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Subject2.0.0 tcp socket hung ?
I've got problems with tcp connections under 2.0.0, especially telnet, 
ftp and dns (named seem to hang repeatedly - I have to kill and restart it)

It begins to happen after a few hours of uptime - rebooting to machine
will enable me to send this email :-)

here's a dump of 'netstat -n -a' with a telnet and a ftp session hung:
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techcic:/root#netstat -n
Active Internet connections
Proto Recv-Q Send-Q Local Address Foreign Address (State)
User
tcp 0 28 205.151.116.75:1138 198.168.100.3:21 FIN_WAIT1
root
tcp 0 8 205.151.116.75:1125 198.168.100.5:23 FIN_WAIT1
root
udp 0 0 127.0.0.1:53 0.0.0.0:0
udp 0 0 205.151.116.75:53 0.0.0.0:0
udp 0 0 207.96.176.10:53 0.0.0.0:0
Active UNIX domain sockets
Proto RefCnt Flags Type State Path
unix 2 [ ] SOCK_STREAM UNCONNECTED 1279
unix 2 [ ] SOCK_STREAM UNCONNECTED 3429
unix 1 [ ] SOCK_STREAM UNCONNECTED 3902
unix 1 [ ACC ] SOCK_STREAM LISTENING 3905
Tue Jun 18 00:23:45 EDT 1996
techcic:/root#
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My IP adress is 205.151.116.75

This never happened to me under 1.3...

System is Linux 2.0.0 with libc 5.2.18 & co (no real experimental
lib/software)
I was using Xinside's XAccel server every timeit happened.
System is a P-150, 48 megs RAM,
adaptec 2940W with SCSI hard drive.
I'm suspecting motherboard defect (waiting for the RMA to get a
replacement), but I had no problem with 1.99.14 a few days ago.

Any other information needed ? Oh yeah, net connection is 14.4K PPP
connection using slirp.


Christophe Dupre Universite de Montreal
Internet: duprec@jsp.umontreal.ca Qc, Canada
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