ipv4 connection problems

Peter Avalos pavalos at theshell.com
Wed Mar 30 01:12:52 PST 2005

On Sun, Mar 27, 2005 at 12:55:52PM -0800, Matthew Dillon wrote:
> :I upgraded to a kernel dated March 23rd and I have yet to reproduce the
> :problem.  The behavior was so hard to reproduce earlier, I was going to
> :give it a few more days to actually see if it was gone (it's hard to
> :prove a negative).  Would it benefit you more if I upgraded to the
> :latest kernel now, or wait a few more days to see if the bug is already
> :fixed?  I think it'd be better to upgrade now, but wanted to see what
> :you think, since I'm the only one who has seen this problem.
> :
> :--Peter
>     I would upgrade right now so we are all on the same page, just in case
>     the clock fix was also causing the problem you report.
>     Note that crater's clock stopped this morning, and apache stopped
>     accepting connections.  Crater had been up 50+ days so this adds
>     some fuel to the possibility that the clock issue was causing your 
>     problem too.
> 						-Matt

Okay, sources as of March 27th, problem still exists on an SMP kernel.  I'm
going to give a UP kernel a shot.  I'm still trying to get a kernel core,
but it's difficult to do since it's hard to reproduce and be at a console
at the same time.

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