Subject: Re: pppd "write: No buffer space available"
To: Carl Brewer <email@example.com>
From: Wojciech Puchar <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 06/27/2004 15:13:44
> Every now and then (week or so) they see the following
> on the console :
> Jun 15 11:59:19 fw pppd: write: No buffer space available
> And the link seems to die (I can't confirm link death,
> they normally reboot the box, which isn't the right thing to
> do ....). I haven't been onsite when this has happened,
> so I can't confirm what's going on at the time.
> Has anyone seen this before and have any suggestions? We're about
as a workaround do
ping -c 3 <other side> || (kill -INT `cat /var/run/ppp0.pid`;sleep 30;pppd call <nameoflink>)
but yes it is a but in NetBSD since at least 1.5.1 (oldest i used).
bad news is that com/puc driver or pppd itself is even more broken on 1.6
and 2.0. i use separate machine as router for 12 pppd links with