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SubjectRe: weird messages on boot
On Mon, 17 May 1999, Paolo Galtieri wrote:

> neighbour table overflow
> This repeats every few seconds. A netstat -i shows that the loopback
> interface is not up, it only shows the eth0 interface. If I shutdown
> networking by running /etc/rc.d/init.d/network stop and then start
> the messages no longer appear. The message comes from net/ipv4/route.c,
> so I assume it has to do with setting up routing. Below is my config.

FWIW, I sporadically get these, but my machine is otherwise unaffected.
(2.2.7-ac1 SMP, BusLogic, 2xeepro100) It's been up two weeks now, and lo
has always been up.


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