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From Mike Whitaker <m...@cricket.org>
Subject Re: os-linux/987: PR 588 not fixed under Linux 2.0.30 kernel
Date Fri, 15 Aug 1997 07:30:02 GMT
The following reply was made to PR os-linux/987; it has been noted by GNATS.

From: Mike Whitaker <mike@cricket.org>
To: "Dean Gaudet" <dgaudet@arctic.org>
Subject: Re: os-linux/987: PR 588 not fixed under Linux 2.0.30 kernel
Date: Fri, 15 Aug 97 08:23:17 +0100

 
 On 15/08/1997 7:54 am, Dean Gaudet said:
 
 >Any chance you want to try out the 2.0.31-pre6 kernel?  Linus is going to
 >roll 2.0.31 final this weekend so you could just wait until next week. 
 
 Not for a week or more: I already upgraded to 2.0.30 in the light of PR 
 588!
 
 BTW - something to note with 2.0.30 under Debian is they chose (curse 
 'em) to make their default kernel with SYN and RST cookies on: great way 
 to make a webserver thrash as it swaps klogd/syslogd in and out to log 
 them.
 
 >Can you reproduce this problem at will?  
 
 If 'fire up Apache, wait a while' counts as 'at will', yes (*wry grin*). 
 It seems to be load related, but that could just be a case of 'more 
 connections, more likelihood of it happening'. 
 
 >If so it would be nice to find
 >out if it's something that's apache's fault or if it's something that's
 >the kernel's fault.  I really suspect the kernel. 
 
 So do I, to be honest: 
 
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