Subject: fxp0: device timeout
To: None <email@example.com>
From: Brian C. Grayson <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 02/03/1999 11:31:23
Our x86 server (uptime of 117 days, running 1.3F -current from around
June) just started flaking on us. /var/log/messages is full of
"fxp0: device timeout" and "nfsd send error 55" (No buffer
space available). Besides rebooting, is there any other way to
fix this? The machine is still up, so I might be able to do
some debugging. Right now it is responsive, but occasionally
it stops responding for 10 minutes or more.
systat mbufs shows a full line for data mbufs, with the number
"467" or thereabouts. The sockets line is around 5. nfsd has
accumulated 500 mins of CPU, but that might be reasonable for 4
months of heavy use.
We have a Linux NFS file system mounted that won't go away (df
and umount hang, etc.), if that helps any.