Re: 2.0.31p2 locks up

Jon Lewis (
Wed, 6 Aug 1997 13:05:21 -0400 (EDT)

On Wed, 6 Aug 1997, Doug Ledford wrote:

> I have a web server running 124 aliases not in the segment attached to eth0.
> Although it's rare, I also see the machine lock up in this configuration.
> although I suspect the 128M RAM helps keep those times farther in between
> than they might otherwise be. Running plain 2.0.30-pre-2 on that machine
> (so it uses the same net code, but different buffer code than your setup).

I've got a similar setup...web server running pre-2.0.31-1 with a few
fixes (I haven't touched the buffer code), eth0 is in 205.229.48,
eth0:0-eth0:119 are in 205.229.52, except for one or two of the aliases
which are also in 205.229.48. The system has only 64mb RAM, and also runs
as our primary DNS and DNS cache...named 8.1.1 is using about 24mb.
Uptime is 90 days, and it's been quite stable...only rebooting for kernel

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