cvsupd : TreeComp failed: Network write failure: Connection
jdp at polstra.com
Sun Jul 13 11:17:54 PDT 2003
In article <3F0EABA5.18694.1A30CE3E at localhost>,
Dan Langille <dan at langille.org> wrote:
> I am seeing this message frequently in /var/log/cvsupd.log on
> cvsup.nz.freebsd.org but I don't know what it causing it:
> Jun 14 00:10:10 cvsup cvsupd: +801 user at example.org
> Jun 14 00:24:44 cvsup cvsupd: =801 [2968Kin+1243Kout] src-
> cvsup cvsupd: -801 [2968Kin+1243Kout] TreeComp failed: Network
> write failure: Connection closed
> It does not occur on all client connections, but regularly enough for
> me to be concerned. Any ideas?
If the user kills his cvsup run, either with the GUI's "stop" button
or with ^C, this is often what you'll see in the server logs.
I have also seen this when there are network problems. It can
sometimes be fixed on the client side by lowering the MTU. I have
seen it especially often in Australia, New Zealand, and parts of Asia.
I think it has something to do with lame DSL ISPs who think it's OK to
break path MTU discovery by filtering ICMP messages.
John D. Polstra & Co., Inc. Seattle, Washington USA
"Two buttocks cannot avoid friction." -- Malawi saying
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