kern/129074: [ppp] [panic] kernel panic with pppoe_server
vwe at freebsd.org
Mon Jan 5 13:46:54 PST 2009
On Mon, 2009-01-05 at 18:39 +0200, KES wrote:
> Здравствуйте, Volker.
> Вы писали 4 января 2009 г., 13:56:21:
> VW> On 01/04/09 10:47, KES wrote:
> >> , Vwe.
> >> 3 2009 ., 17:02:20:
> >> vFo> Synopsis: [ppp] [panic] kernel panic with pppoe_server
> >> vFo> State-Changed-From-To: feedback->closed
> VW> Eugene,
> >> Strange, I have replied to email and provide requested information...
> VW> sorry, but we can't guess where to look for any postings when working on
> VW> a PR. Please understand we cannot use google for an hour just to check
> VW> if somebody has sent an email to the pope or anybody else anywhere in
> VW> the world. We need relevant information being ATTACHED TO THE PR!
> I had reply as usually. Mybe my letter was droped somewhere... =(
> >> kes# pppd --version
> >> pppd version 2.3 patch level 5
> >> /etc/ppp/ppp.conf
> >> default:
> >> set log Phase Chat LCP IPCP CCP tun command
> >> adsl:
> >> set log Phase LCP tun command
> >> set device PPPoE:rl0:ukrtelecom
> >> # enable lqr
> >> # enable dns
> >> disable ipv6cp
> >> set cd 10
> >> set dial
> >> # set login
> >> set redial 0 0
> >> set reconnect random 999
> >> set mtu 1492
> >> set mru 1492
> >> set authname name
> >> set authkey password
> >> # add! default HISADD
> >> ppp: tun0: Phase: Pap Input: FAILURE (insufficient resources available to authenticate user)
> >> or
> >> ppp: tun0: Phase: Pap Output: <name> ********
> >> last message repeated 2 times
> >> ppp: tun0: Phase: Auth: No response from server
> >> As you can see my ISP respond with error. After 10-15 trying to login
> >> to ISP my server will reboot with kernel panic.
> VW> Ok, I don't care if your ISP has resources or not to serve it's
> VW> customers but I would be interested in the actual kernel panic.
> VW> Better, please give us the full backtrace and everything else to
> VW> investigate this.
> VW> Thank you for your understanding.
> VW> Volker
> There were some problem with server of my ISP. Now they fix their
> server. So now pppd works fine.
> If problem will repeat I will send tcpdump of PPPoE traffic.
if you should find a coredump for analysis or if your server will ever
experience the same panic again, please drop us a note (cc bug-followup@
to have the information attached to the GNATS PR) and we'll reopen this
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