Subject: Re: inetd: /usr/pkg/sbin/nmbd: exit signal 0xb
To: John Maier <firstname.lastname@example.org>
From: Jeremy C. Reed <email@example.com>
Date: 04/20/2001 15:50:21
On Fri, 20 Apr 2001, John Maier wrote:
> I have tried reinstalling n times on 3 different 1.5 boxes I get:
> inetd: /usr/pkg/sbin/nmbd: exit signal 0xb
> Apr 20 17:07:22 mfa-ftp last message repeated 38 times
> Apr 20 17:07:22 mfa-ftp inetd: netbios-ns/udp server failing (looping),
> service terminated
> Any ideas?
Maybe try running nmbd as a standalone daemon (-D) instead.
Is signal 0xb the same as Signal 11 -- which is often considered a
hardware or memory problem?
"server failing (looping)" means that inetd is receiving too many requests
for it within one minute. (Read about wait's max suffix in the inetd.conf
Also, I believe this is the wrong mailing list. tech-pkg is for discussing
development of the pkg system. You may want to consider continuing this at
For your info, I succesfully can use nmbd (for samba) under NetbSd 1.5.1
under i386 (samba-2.0.3).
Jeremy C. Reed