Subject: netstat bug?
To: NetBSD list <amiga@NetBSD.ORG>
From: Jukka Marin <email@example.com>
Date: 02/22/1995 10:12:39
Haven't looked into the source yet, so I don't know whether this is a bug
in netstat command or the kernel:
15008904 packets sent
4447817 data packets (540003117 bytes)
26293 data packets (1466287 bytes) retransmitted
8832393 ack-only packets (4128011 delayed)
393 URG only packets
2458 window probe packets
1669296 window update packets
30356 control packets
15065090 packets received
4166225 acks (for 540108420 bytes)
394254 duplicate acks
0 acks for unsent data
11744544 packets (-2012120161 bytes) received in-sequence
379719 completely duplicate packets (55707509 bytes)
0 old duplicate packets
-2012120161 bytes? Argh. ;-) What's the talk about NetBSD 1.0 being 64-bit
if fields like these are treated as 32-bit _signed_ numbers?
I wonder what other variables withh start behaving oddly after running for
a while without crashes...
Any comments (other than the famous "fix it yourself")? ;-)
P.S. Uptime 27 days, I guess the uninitialized variables were set to very
good values during the last reboot.. 15 users (w) on the system at the
same time almost every day.