connect() returns EADDRINUSE during massive host->host conn rate
julian at elischer.org
Wed Nov 28 10:43:04 PST 2007
Jan Srzednicki wrote:
> On Wed, Nov 28, 2007 at 10:22:08AM -0800, Julian Elischer wrote:
>> Jan Srzednicki wrote:
>>> I have a pair of hosts. One of them performs a massive amount of
>>> TCP connections to the other one, all to the same port. This setup
>>> mostly works fine, but from time to time (that varies, from once a
>>> minute to one a half an hour), the connect(2) syscall fails with
>>> EADDRINUSE. The connection rate tops to 50 connection
>> so, what does netstat -aAn show?
> How can I get any usable information from netstat? It shows a bunch of
> connections, of course, but since connect(2) failed, I have no idea what
> local port I was trying to use.
but you can get an idea of the local socket distribution, and what state all
the sockets are in (TIME_WAIT etc).
> And, what I forgot to mention, it's a SMP box, which could matter in
> case of some race condition.
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