SMP and networking under FreeBSD 5.3
josepha48 at yahoo.com
Fri Jun 24 16:16:52 GMT 2005
root 542 0.0 0.7 1320 812 ?? Ss Tue09AM 2:22.10
/sbin/natd -dynamic -d -log_ipfw_denied -log_denied -dynamic -n
ifconfig_xl0="inet 192.168.0.15 netmask 255.255.255.0"
So FreeBSD 5.3 isn't production? I had read somewhere that
5.2.1 wasn't production and that 5.3 was supposed to be
I'll look into upgrading to 5.4, it will take a bit of time to
do that though.
--- Alex Zbyslaw <xfb52 at dial.pipex.com> wrote:
> Joe wrote:
> >Okay, I've been looking and looking for duplicate natd's.
> >I have the /etc/rc.conf which has natd stuff below, and the
> >other place I see it is in ipfw.
> >I was able to change my rc and use /etc/rc.d/natd start and
> >works. Which is better as it does not require me to reload
> >firewall rules.
> >I still don't know why natd refuses to start the first time
> >called from ipfw.
> If I understand the boot procedure correctly, natd ought to be
> as part of the /etc/rc.d/ipfw and that just calls
> "/etc/rc.d/natd start"
> which is what you are typing later from the command line with
> so why it fails at boot, I really don't know at this point.
> The "cannot bind to divert socket" error I thought could
> happen if a)
> you weren't root (seems unlikely from bootup) or b) something
> already bound the socket. After your machine boots, what does
> ps uagxww | egrep natd
> Google also found this:
> >- In FreeBSD, IPDIVERT must be enabled at compile time.
> I guess your kernel has this option, or natd would never have
> what ifconfig lines do you have in /etc.rc.conf
> egrep ifconfig /etc/rc.conf
> >I have no rc.conf.local
> Not too surprising. It could be used under 4.X as a second
> level to
> rc.conf, but exists nowadays for backwards compatibility and
> AFAIK isn't
> created by anything.
> As a more drastic attempt at a solution, could you try
> upgrading to
> 5.4? It has numerous improvements over 5.3, which was never a
> production release. Maybe some ordering problems was fixed.
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