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Subjecttcp.d: *** bug

I found this message in my syslog today, about five hours after it
happened, so I don't know what was going on at the time. Seems worth
pointing out to the powers that be, though:

Oct 23 18:47:51 sub-zero kernel: INET: tcp.c: *** bug send_list out of order.

This is in a fairly normal 2.0.21 x86 non-SMP kernel with an SMC Ultra
Ethernet card. Lots of IP options (firewalling, accounting,
multicasting, masquerading, etc.) are turned on, but only firewalling is
being used.

Kevin "Frostbyte" McCormick -
Massachusetts Institute of Technology You should be running Linux!
Q: How many Microsoft engineers does it take to screw in a light bulb?
A: None. They just define darkness as an industry standard.

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