freevrrpd

Sebastien Petit spetit at selectbourse.com
Fri Mar 5 01:49:38 PST 2004


Can you send me your freevrrpd.conf file please ?
If you have cvsupped the latest revision, you don"t need to do some change on 
the code (patch is already included on cvs)

Regards,
Sebastien.
-- 
spe at selectbourse.net

On Thursday 04 March 2004 22:42, Brady Klick wrote:
> Here is a log file from my machine. I am running FreeBSD 4.9 and I
> downloaded the latest freevrrpd code from the cvs site. I have dual Intel
> Pro1000 NIC cards so I made the recommended change to the vrrp_moncircuit.c
> file, recompiled and reinstalled. I am still getting the following error. I
> have created 10 bpf devices (in both the kernel and using MAKEDEV). If I
> only have 2 VRIDs setup I don't get any errors. If I have all three I get
> the bpf error after the machine has been up about 4-5 minutes. I thought it
> might be an issue with not enough BPF devices; however, I read that .8.7
> and later uses a single bpf device for all VRIDs. Do you have any
> suggestions?
>
>
> Mar  2 18:29:59 EDIFW1 freevrrpd[141]: initializing threads and all VRID
> Mar  2 18:29:59 EDIFW1 freevrrpd[141]: reading configuration file
> /usr/local/etc/freevrrpd.conf Mar  2 18:30:00 EDIFW1 freevrrpd[141]: send
> ip = 216.250.78.114, eth = 0:4:23:9f:1:26 Mar  2 18:30:00 EDIFW1
> freevrrpd[141]: server state vrid 1: backup Mar  2 18:30:02 EDIFW1
> freevrrpd[141]: send ip = 192.168.50.2, eth = 0:4:23:9f:1:27 Mar  2
> 18:30:02 EDIFW1 freevrrpd[141]: send ip = 192.168.50.1, eth =
> 0:4:23:9f:1:27 Mar  2 18:30:02 EDIFW1 freevrrpd[141]: server state vrid 2:
> backup Mar  2 18:30:03 EDIFW1 freevrrpd[141]: send ip = 192.168.100.2, eth
> = 0:4:23:78:61:64 Mar  2 18:30:03 EDIFW1 freevrrpd[141]: send ip =
> 192.168.100.1, eth = 0:4:23:78:61:64 Mar  2 18:30:03 EDIFW1 freevrrpd[141]:
> server state vrid 3: backup Mar  2 18:30:05 EDIFW1 freevrrpd[141]: send ip
> = 216.250.78.114, eth = 0:0:5e:0:1:1 Mar  2 18:30:05 EDIFW1 freevrrpd[141]:
> send ip = 216.250.78.116, eth = 0:0:5e:0:1:1 Mar  2 18:30:05 EDIFW1
> freevrrpd[141]: server state vrid 1: master Mar  2 18:30:06 EDIFW1
> freevrrpd[141]: send ip = 192.168.50.2, eth = 0:0:5e:0:1:2 Mar  2 18:30:06
> EDIFW1 freevrrpd[141]: send ip = 192.168.50.1, eth = 0:0:5e:0:1:2 Mar  2
> 18:30:06 EDIFW1 freevrrpd[141]: server state vrid 2: master Mar  2 18:30:08
> EDIFW1 freevrrpd[141]: send ip = 192.168.100.2, eth = 0:0:5e:0:1:3 Mar  2
> 18:30:08 EDIFW1 freevrrpd[141]: send ip = 192.168.100.1, eth = 0:0:5e:0:1:3
> Mar  2 18:30:08 EDIFW1 freevrrpd[141]: server state vrid 3: master Mar  2
> 18:34:24 EDIFW1 freevrrpd[141]: can't write to bpf socket descriptor
> (pseudo_device bpf not activated in kernel ?)
>
> Mar  2 18:34:24 EDIFW1 freevrrpd[141]: There is a big problem here !
> Mar  2 18:34:27 EDIFW1 freevrrpd[141]: send ip = 192.168.100.2, eth =
> 0:4:23:78:61:64 Mar  2 18:34:27 EDIFW1 freevrrpd[141]: send ip =
> 192.168.100.1, eth = 0:4:23:78:61:64 Mar  2 18:34:27 EDIFW1 freevrrpd[141]:
> server state vrid 3: backup
>
>
>
> Thanks,
>
> Brady



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