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SubjectRe: neighbour table?
"Eric W. Biederman" wrote:

> > Be sure lo is established before eth0 and you won't see this message.
>
> Hmm. How does the interaction work. I've been meaning to track it for
> a while but haven't yet.
>
> >From the cases I have observed it seems to be connected with arp requests
> that aren't answered. (I.e when something is misconfigured and you try to nfsroot off
> of the wrong ip on your subnet)
> And I keep thinking neighbour table underflow would have been a better message.

I'm not sure, I'm repeating what Alexey (iirc) has said in the past. I've been
there/done that and sure enough making sure 'lo' is brought up first prevents that
message. As to the NFS, no idea, I've never messed w/ nfsroot.

-d

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