Subject: Re: machine rebooting
To: Harry W. Waddell <email@example.com>
From: Dustin Sallings <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 02/23/1999 18:31:46
> On Tue, 23 Feb 1999, Kevin M. Lahey wrote:
> > I'm still not *totally* convinced that it isn't hardware; these are
> > moderately funky SuperMicro Pentium Pro motherboards with I2O and 256MB
> > of RAM. I'll try to reproduce this on some other hardware.
> > Just another "Me, too",
> Yet another "me too". Using ab and apache, using localhost w/o keepalives,
> 10000 transfers with 10 clients, my ASUS Super socket 7 board spontaneously
> reboots as well. The only clue that impending doom was about to occur is
> the occasional "out of socket buffers" message that ab returns when it
> fails. If I then restart the ab, it reboots, bypassing ddb. netstat -m has
> not shown anything out of the ordinary. I haven't filed a bug report yet
> because I've been hoping that you[kml] or I might find something more
> concrete to report.
> In short, I don't think that it's hardware.
I considered hardware, but if other people are seeing it on different
hardware, I don't believe that's what it is. Anyone who wants to test this can
grab a copy of websplat from http://bleu.west.spy.net/~dustin/soft/ and try it
out. If it doesn't work, modify sockets.c to not disable the nagle algorithm
(I'm going to make this a runtime option, just haven't yet). I did not disable
the nagle algorithm when I was doing my tests.
SA, beyond.com My girlfriend asked me which one I like better.
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