pdnsd leaking udp sockets
ashish at freebsd.org
Tue Feb 15 09:23:54 UTC 2011
Marius Nünnerich writes:
> Hi Ashish, all,
> I'm currently using pdnsd as a local dns cache. It seems to leak udp
> sockets. After an uptime of about 7 days it looks like this:
> % sockstat -46 | grep pdnsd
> nobody pdnsd 19655 3 tcp4 127.0.0.1:53 *:*
> nobody pdnsd 19655 4 udp4 127.0.0.1:53 *:*
> nobody pdnsd 19655 6 udp4 *:* *:*
> nobody pdnsd 19655 7 udp4 *:* *:*
> nobody pdnsd 19655 140 udp4 *:* *:*
> nobody pdnsd 19655 141 udp4 *:* *:*
> nobody pdnsd 19655 142 udp4 *:* *:*
> It doesn't seem to do this on linux so I guess there is something
> different how we have to close a udp socket on freebsd?
> Any idea how to debug this? Anybody else seeing this?
Thanks for reporting this. ATM, I'm not sure how to debug this, I've to look
at its code base. Any details about the version of FreeBSD you're using,
related log messages (from dmesg or /var/log/messages) are welcome.
I'll get back to you soon with my findings.
“I think I can safely say that nobody understands quantum mechanics.”
(Richard Feynman, 1965)
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