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[Bug 438] Logger causes ripd to stop functioning.

 

 

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bugzilla-daemon at allevil

Jan 30, 2008, 12:24 PM

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[Bug 438] Logger causes ripd to stop functioning.

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------- Additional Comments From ajschorr [at] alumni 2008-01-30 20:23 -------
That's strange. When you say the log file is filling up, do you mean that
the partition in which the log file resides is full? And when you say that
ripd stops functioning, what is actually going on -- can you strace the
ripd process and let us know what it is doing? I would naively expect
the attempts to write log messages to result in I/O errors (which are
probably ignored by the logging subsystem), and then I would expect the
daemon to proceed on its merry way, ignorant of the fact that the log
messages were lost.

Also, version 0.98.3 is fairly old at this point. Is there a reason
not to use a newer version?

Regards,
Andy



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Jan 30, 2008, 1:07 PM

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[Bug 438] Logger causes ripd to stop functioning. [In reply to]

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------- Additional Comments From brad.dameron [at] clearwire 2008-01-30 21:07 -------
It hits the 2GB ext3 file size limit and then slowly stops routing. I would
expect the same as you are saying where it should just move on. But
unfortunately it does not. I can not reproduce the problem at this time as it
is a full production system serving 40 of our markets. We have a work around
for now. But just wanted to note the bug for others.



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