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SubjectRe: 2.4.0-pre3+zerocopy: weird messages
On Sun, Jan 14, 2001 at 02:33:26AM -0800, David S. Miller wrote:
> Petru Paler writes:
> > I get messages in syslog looking like:
> >
> > Undo loss 192.147.174.183/59953 c2 l0 ss2/65535 p0
> > Undo loss 63.148.232.53/4423 c2 l0 ss2/2 p0
> > Undo loss 204.253.105.63/25 c2 l0 ss2/2 p0
>
> These are normal, if they annoy you please change FASTRETRANS_DEBUG
> back to "1" in include/net/tcp.h
>
> This is just an increased debugging setting compared to Linus's
> tree, the message you see is harmless.

Ok. Should I keep reporting new syslog messages as they appear ? This
machine has lots of traffic, both TCP (SMTP) and UDP (DNS). Since the
last email I also got (minus the "Undo loss" ones, and I only included one
of each message types, as they repeat):

Undo partial loss 193.230.129.57/33659 c1 l5 ss2/3 p5

udp v4 hw csum failure.

Disorder0 3 5 f0 s1 rr1

Undo Hoe 203.162.5.28/25 c8 l1 ss5/65535 p8

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