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SubjectRe: Equal cost multipath crash
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On Mon, 2002-02-25 at 03:39, Jan Kasprzak wrote:
> Hello network hackers,
>
> I had a strange failure of my Linux router yesterday.
...
> Feb 24 21:26:49 router kernel: impossible 888
> Feb 24 21:39:20 router kernel: ible 888
> Feb 24 21:39:20 router kernel: impossible 888
> Feb 24 21:39:20 router last message repeated 42 times
> Feb 24 21:39:20 router kernel: impossible 888
> Feb 24 21:39:21 router kernel: NET: 344 messages suppressed.
> Feb 24 21:39:21 router kernel: dst cache overflow
> Feb 24 21:39:21 router kernel: impossible 888
> Feb 24 21:39:21 router last message repeated 275 times
> [... and so on ...]
>
> After few minutes, a co-worker of mine pressed the big red button.
>
...


Most code I've seen that prints "impossible" looks like this:


/* This is a disaster if it occurs */
printk("impossible");


I'd say it's a Good Thing(tm) that your co-worker "pressed the big red
button" ;-)

(Sorry, that's the best I could come up with at 3:51am)

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