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SubjectRe: System load never <0.10 on 1.3.82+
Nuno Serrenho said:
> Since upgrading to 1.3.82 (then .83 and now .84) I've been having a strange
> problem. I just joined the list so I don't know if this is an isolated case
> or if it has already been reported, so bear with me...

On Mon, 8 Apr 1996, Jon Tombs wrote:
| check syslog/klogd and where they write messages, it is quite possible
| you have triggered the Socket "destroy delayed", once triggered the kernel
| will write something like:
| Mar 29 21:08:03 bobias kernel: Socket destroy delayed (r=0 w=268)

Ok, grep'ing all my syslogs, I find only two of those messages:

Apr 2 02:40:17 localhost kernel: Socket destroy delayed
Apr 2 02:41:45 localhost kernel: Socket destroy delayed

That's it. And it was like a week ago.

The other thing is, this only started happening with 1.3.82, and I just
patched to 1.3.85 and it's still doing the same thing. :(

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