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SubjectRe: Out of socket memory? (2.4.0-test11)
On Wed, Dec 06, 2000 at 10:56:32PM -0600, Daniel Walton wrote:
>
> Hello,
>
> I've been having a problem with a high volume Linux web server. This
> particular web server used to be a FreeBSD machine and I've been trying to
> successfully make the switch for some time now. I've been trying the 2.4
> development kernels as they come out and I've been tweaking the /proc
> filesystem variables but so far nothing seems to have fixed the
> problem. The problem is that I get "Out of socket memory" errors and the
> networking locks up. Sometimes the server will go for weeks without

You should probably first find out what and why is generating these messages.
It isn't the kernel. When the web server is generating when a send blocks
then it is badly broken.


-Andi
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