ping: sendto: No buffer space available
repcsike at gmail.com
Sat Apr 24 20:46:05 UTC 2010
I almost forgot!
And if you find out the reason for shortage you can tweak it with the
appropiate sysctl value.
At the moment I'm not sure which value you should tweak, but if you search
for this issue, maybe you can find the appropiate net. values.
On 24 April 2010 22:35, Balázs Mátéffy <repcsike at gmail.com> wrote:
> I had a similar problem sometimes on one or two of my machines, look up
> netstat -m, usually if you run out of buffer space you have to tweak the
> mbuf memory size.
> You can see the memory usage current / cache / total, if the current or
> cache is the same value as the total, you have memory shortage.
> You can search for it, there are plenty of mail list archives about issue
> like this.
> Hope this helps!
> Best Regards,
> On 24 April 2010 13:06, Erik Norgaard <norgaard at locolomo.org> wrote:
>> I'm running FreeBSD 8.0. Some times my network just go down without
>> leaving any errors behind, now this morning it went down but didn't cut my
>> ssh connection to the box and I got this error:
>> ping: sendto: No buffer space available
>> From what I have found this relates to protocols like udp and icmp, I
>> assume this can occur with p2p but also vpn protocols like l2tp.
>> Is there some way that I can set limits on these protocols such that they
>> will not use up all available buffer space? Or some way to increase buffer?
>> Or is the problem something completely different? I've got two vr
>> interfaces on a VIA Nehemiah ITX.
>> Thanks, Erik
>> Erik Nørgaard
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