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    SubjectRe: Socket destroy delayed in 1.3.75
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    >>>>> "Gustav" == Gustav Petersson <gustav@public.decam.se> writes:

    Gustav> While I was running X netscape hung and I pressed CTRL-ALT-BACKSPACE i
    Gustav> got a socket destroy delayed.

    I've had one mysterious X crash. It came when I pressed an arrow key
    in the olvwm Virtual Desktop (an operation that I've performed
    many thousands of times previously). No coredump, no oops, no log
    messages, the X Server just froze and disappeared, to be restarted by
    init.

    I'm still getting Socket destroy delayed messages. The first occasion
    was when I was fiddling around with a modem.

    Mar 17 00:50:30 deanna uugetty[2684]: exiting on HANGUP signal
    Mar 17 00:52:09 deanna uugetty[2689]: exiting on HANGUP signal
    Mar 17 00:54:23 deanna uugetty[2700]: exiting on HANGUP signal
    Mar 17 01:02:34 deanna kernel: double lock on device queue!
    Mar 17 01:02:34 deanna kernel: Socket destroy delayed
    Mar 17 01:03:04 deanna last message repeated 3 times
    Mar 17 01:04:04 deanna last message repeated 6 times

    The Socket destroy delayed messages persisted until I rebooted the
    machine. During this period the modem would pick up the phone, but
    would refuse to disconnect when the line was dropped at the other end.

    I got another round of them this morning: (No other error messages
    in the log after boot ~2am).

    Mar 17 05:20:31 deanna kernel: Socket destroy delayed
    Mar 17 05:21:11 deanna last message repeated 4 times
    Mar 17 05:22:11 deanna last message repeated 6 times
    Mar 17 05:23:11 deanna last message repeated 6 times
    Mar 17 05:24:11 deanna last message repeated 6 times
    Mar 17 05:25:11 deanna last message repeated 6 times
    Mar 17 05:25:51 deanna last message repeated 4 times

    There were no further messages after the one at 05:25:51.

    I had a W3 access occur right at the time the first message occurred:
    *.*.* - - [17/Mar/1996:05:20:26 +0800] "HEAD <file> HTTP/1.0" 200 0

    I'm running CERN HTTPD 3.0 (compiled and linked against 1.2.13 kernel
    sources).

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