Subject: Re: More PPP questions
To: None <email@example.com>
From: Bruce Albrecht <Bruce.Albrecht@seag.fingerhut.com>
Date: 06/05/1996 14:30:54
> John F. Woods (firstname.lastname@example.org) wrote:
> : > I've upgraded(?) from NetBSD-1.1 to NetBSD-1.2 alpha, running on an
> : > Amiga A3000 with 12 MB fast RAM, A2024 monitor, using the built-in
> : > serial port and a USR sportster 33K modem. When I switched from
> : > NetBSD-1.1 to NetBSD1.2, my PPP performance was seriously degraded.
> : > I'm now losing packets (ping shows 5%-25% losses), rlogin sessions
> : > lock up for minutes at a time, I get VJERRS every couple of seconds
> : > and silo overflows every couple minutes.
> "silo overflow" or "ring buffer overflows"?
It was silo overflows. I'm now running on a kernel that has all of the
options I added except ppp_deflate, and it's working fine. I suspect
the problem may be that I only did a make depend and didn't do a make
clean in my kernel compile directory when I added the options. I
think some modules that should have been recompiled with -DPPP_DEFLATE
didn't, and I haven't taken the time to do one last kernel rebuild.