Subject: [1.4.1] sendto: No buffer space available
To: None <firstname.lastname@example.org>
From: Makoto Fujiwara <email@example.com>
Date: 08/28/1999 23:47:08
I have installed 1.4.1 to the StarMax 4000/160, 2GB SCSI drive
48MByte Memory, with EthernetCard (21140).
I was very happy with new sysinst, network setup works fine,
some /etc/* files are set properly, works great.
But when I compiling tcsh-6.08.tar.gz on the file system
mounted NFS, the machine hungs with
hostname ypbind: ping: sendto: No buffer space available
hostname ypbind: broadcast: sendto: No buffer space available
at some point saying,
Yes, I am using amd, ypbind, (nis client) on the machine.
NIS master is NetBSD/sparc-1.4, on the same segment, and network
should be very quiet, we have another NetBSD/sparc-1.4 client
also, which has no such problem while doing the similar thing.
The network is 10Base-T type, but StarMax has 10/100Base-T card
and ifconfig.de0 has autoselect at the last argument.
Does anybody figure out what is wrong ?