David Eagles (eaglesd@cmpsf.com.au)
Tue, 3 Oct 1995 13:59:40 +-1000

I've just installed v1.3.30, and have been getting an error message on =
the screen every few minutes. The message is:

Cache mismatch on TCP

I had a look in net/ipv4/tcp.c (line 4746), but I'm not 100% sure why =
the cache pointer does not match the get_sock return value, and what's =
causing this.

Could someone please fill me in, and maybe tell me how to eliminate it =
(other than commenting out the cache hit test)?

Oh, the kernel is compiled as elf, with 3c509 driver and aha1522 scsi =
card compiled in, all else as modules, 16Mb RAM using gcc 2.7.0, =
libc.so.5.0.9 and libc.so.4.7.2 (not that any of that's very important).


Oh, one other problem has continued to evade me - which may or may not =
be related to the kernel directly. Every time I try to make/install =
mods, then depmod, module I get the following error for every installed =

I'm using the command /sbin/depmod -a

*** Unresolved symbol in module /lib/modules/1.3.30/misc/lp.o

What's causing this? I've looked in the depmod source and can see the =
mangling it's doing to bypass/conform to elf variable naming, but it =
still doesn't seem to work.