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SubjectRe: proc delays
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On Mon, 8 Jul 1996, System Development wrote:

> I have noticed that several of the network status tools will hang in mid
> report. For instance, route will often pause during its table printout.
> ipfwadm -M -l or ipfwadm -F -l will do the same. The pauses are either
> temporary or indefinite. They occur at random times in the printout.
> There are no error messages from the console or syslog. Whats going on???

At home I have a 386/40, no math copro, 1GB IDE HD.

ifconfig takes a very long time; the only links are loopback and ppp0. I
had assumed that this was due to disk blocking (and/or general slowness),
but it is noteworthy. Count me as a maybe.

I've noticed no such thing at work, Pentium, 3c509, using ifconfig. Our
firewall running 1.3.99 has no noticeable speed problems using ipfwadm.

Hope this helps.

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Todd Graham Lewis Core Engineering Mindspring Enterprises
tlewis@mindspring.com (Standard Disclaimers) (800) 719 4664, x2804



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