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Named Errors !!

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by meweb, Oct 3, 2005.

  1. meweb

    meweb Well-Known Member

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    Hi

    We are running CentOS 4.1 , CPanel server and named service is getting failed repeatively.. I checked the /var/log/messages and found the following messages.

    Oct 3 11:02:57 server kernel: Neighbour table overflow.
    Oct 3 11:02:57 server named[27904]: client 62.26.73.221#56005: error sending response: not enough free resources
    Oct 3 11:02:57 server named[27904]: client 12.120.120.181#48378: error sending response: not enough free resources
    Oct 3 11:02:57 server named[27904]: client 156.98.1.1#53: error sending response: not enough free resources
    Oct 3 11:02:58 server named[27904]: client 134.29.200.6#55788: error sending response: not enough free resources
    Oct 3 11:02:58 server named[27904]: client 209.247.1.175#39386: error sending response: not enough free resources
    Oct 3 11:02:58 server named[27904]: client 209.247.1.175#39386: error sending response: not enough free resources
    Oct 3 11:02:58 server named[27904]: client 209.247.1.176#32769: error sending response: not enough free resources
    Oct 3 11:02:58 server named[27904]: client 134.29.200.6#31187: error sending response: not enough free resources

    is this is a bug or a kernel problem ?. The kernel version is 2.6.9-11.ELsmp #1 ..

    Please help if anyone came across this problem before.

    Thanks
     
  2. ramprage

    ramprage Well-Known Member

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    I googled it and found this:

    I have a linux 2.4 box running zebra and acting as a default
    > gateway for
    > a number of machines. I am concerned about "Neighbour table overflow"
    > output in my dmesg. From some articles I've read on usenet, this is
    > related to the arp table becoming full. Most of the posters solved
    > their problems by configuring a previously unused loopback
    > interface, or
    > realizing that they had a /8 configured on one IP interface
    > and a router
    > on their subnet that was using proxy-arp to fulfill the arp requests.


    http://lists.debian.org/debian-isp/2003/03/msg00096.html
     
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