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SubjectRe: Neighbour table overflow
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Ted Rolle <ted@acacia.datacomm.com> writes:

> I've asked in the suggested places in the FAQ, but no one seems able to
> answer this question.
>
> I'm receiving this message, and want to know what's going on:
>
> May 17 07:59:15 acacia kernel: neighbour table overflow
>
> I apologize if it's off-topic, but I don't know where else to ask...

The usual cause for that is that the loopback device isn't up. This is e.g.
a bug in the RedHat DHCP client. Should be harmless in DHCP and minor load
context.

-Andi


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