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SubjectGack, this shouldn't happen under a stable OS I think
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Alan had me on the look out for dropping bytes regarding my recent
"TCP bug" report. I'm not sure I found that, but this inconsistency
seems "bad" to me. The worse part is the behaviour is
non-deterministic! Note: the system was mostly idle at the time.

root@syntropy # ps aux|grep 27231
root 27231 0.0 2.1 828 324 p7 S 23:28 0:00 /usr/sbin/radiusd
root@syntropy # ps aux|grep 27231
root 27231 0.0 2.1 828 324 p7 S 23:28 0:00 /usr/sbin/radiusd
root@syntropy # ps aux|grep 27231
root 27231 0.0 2.1 828 324 p7 S 23:28 0:00 /usr/sbin/radiusd
root 27239 0.0 2.5 916 376 p7 S 23:28 0:00 grep 27231

Why doesn't the grep process show up each time???

Can others reproduce this?

This is under 2.0.20. It a fairly standard Pentium (no SMP, NE2000
not even ifconfig'd, Adaptac SCSI). Minimal kernel.

root@syntropy # /usr/bin/lsdev
Device DMA IRQ Ports
------------------------------------------------
NE2000 11 0300-031f
aha1542 5 10 0330-0333
cascade 4 2
dma 0080-009f
dma1 0000-001f
dma2 00c0-00df
floppy 03f0-03f5 03f7-03f7
keyboard 1 0060-006f
math 13
npu 00f0-00ff
pic1 0020-003f
pic2 00a0-00bf
serial 3 5 02f8-02ff 03e8-03ef 03f8-03ff
timer 0 0040-005f
vga+ 03c0-03df

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