Subject: Re: netBSD hangs
To: None <email@example.com>
From: PP <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 09/30/2004 11:00:15
At 15:52 9/28/2004 +0200, you wrote:
>On Mon, Sep 27, 2004 at 06:43:03PM +0200, PP wrote:
> > Dear netBSD Gurus,
> > I am new to NetBSD, however experienced in Unix systems.
> > I've installed it (1.6.2) to 2 machines, one of them run flawless.
> > The other (PI 133 MHz, 32MB RAM + ISA NIC) has a problem.
> > I recompiled the kernel according to ISA NIC config.
> > Everything works except the telnetd. (The machine replies
> > to ICMP, I can ftp, http etc.) When an incoming packet arrives
> > to telnetd (which is spawned by inetd) the whole machine hangs,
>Can you test with the old kernel? So that we can exclude config-file errors?
>(if there are any possible pilot errors, what I personnaly doubt)
The original kernel config does not match to my NIC card, so I could not
test it. I will buy a new PCI one and I will.
>What happens if you run telnetd yourself?
>When it hangs, can you ping it then?
If I run manually it accepts the connection but then hangs.
The whole machine hangs or freezes so the ping does not work also.
> > I can not even logon locally. I've tried it with different NICs with same
> > result.
> > When I try the telnet program to connect to itself
> > it works ("telnet mymachine").
>Odd. From my understanding a unix socket is a unix socket, so it is something
>in the nic driver. But you tried two .. Are both ISA?
Yes. The NICs are probably good since in a Linux box they work.