Subject: Re: routed eating all the cpu time
To: Christos Zoulas <>
From: Markus Kilbinger <>
List: current-users
Date: 06/11/2000 23:45:07
>>>>> "Christos" == Christos Zoulas <> writes:

    Christos> Can you add in if.c after the if statement which checks
    Christos> errno for EFAULT and ENOMEM, and run routed -d ?

    Christos> 	fprintf(stderr, "needed=%ld error=%s buf=%p\n",
    Christos> 	    (unsigned long)needed, strerror(errno),
    Christos> 	    sysctl_buf);

I did: (i) No change, (ii) no output :-(

Just to describe the problem more particular, it only happens if:

- 'routed' is suppling routing information ('-s' option). In '-q' mode
  everything is fine.

- more than one network/ip segment appears on one network device (eg
  ip aliases, ppp proxy arp).