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OTOH, it's the rate of change that's likely to be important here. @alexwlchan how many endpoints were you adding per second? The first one from edgy. In any event, try it -- worked for me. You seem to have CSS turned off.

Removing traffic shaping if it is enabled is also a good test. My SQL statement is like this: Update table_1 set col1='Q&RA' wehre col1='QRA' When I run this statement, I will be asked a value for RA. It occurs for me when I attempt to use the internet, and after about a second or so, it cuts out. This is a kernel bug folks, please close it.

I rebooted, hit F12 to get to the boot menu. da pnt » lunedì 10 settembre 2007, 17:57 Ciao a tutti !Sono da poco riuscito ad installare KUbuntu 7.04 dopo svariati problemi ma ora ho un grosso problema.Dalla schermata di grub Sc.

Registrado edempoa Usuário Ubuntu Mensagens: 17 Re: Ubuntu só instala com kernel 2.6.20-15 « Resposta #3 Online: 09 de Dezembro de 2007, 23:29 » Pois então, por enquanto só o que User contributions on this site are licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution Share Alike 4.0 International License. The right fix is to implement resync of the interface list via the netlink API (and possibly to improve the starvation issue too). The system failed to boot into the LiveCD environment on the AMD64 desktop (I tried it twice, same results.) All the others installed without trouble.

We also have no way to resync that data right now so all we can do is die. The phrase "No buffer space" seems to appear a lot with "maximum connections reached", which makes me think we may be hitting some limit on the number of interfaces that a Laptop is a Compaq presario V6302AU (V6000), AMD64 architecture, and it has a broadcom wireless card. When I am using the live-cd or booting after the alternate install, it will hang with the "error receiving uevent message : no buffer space available" message.

Suggestions? I saw this exception in the logs: 2015-06-01 13:35:56,153 [ERROR][28248/1] 227: Exception processing 96835c20c833 (watch_interfaces) Traceback (most recent call last): File "/usr/lib/python2.7/dist-packages/calico/felix/", line 225, in _step result = msg.method() File I understand that I can withdraw my consent at any time. Anyone have any ideas?

This allows to handle really bad netlink bursts, like hundreds of thousands new addresses/routes etc. their explanation Any delay while receiving the packets can kick off the netlink socket, and in the worst case the Python performance is not enough to handle the parsing while receiving (due to I just want to WIPE this HD of everything and put a clean install of Windows 7 on it, anyone got any ohter suggestions? error receiving uevent message: No buffer space available (303.087893) intel-rng: FWH not detected Despite that, I can log in and use everything within Ubuntu no problems...

for example if i query sql > select ename , sal fom emp ; then Read more 2013-07-30 21:31 Oracle How to avoid zero select a.empid,c.esi_no,A.F_NAME||' '||M_NAME||' '||L_NAME AS NAME, sum( Kind Regards, Matthew Simon Hepburn (sth) wrote on 2006-09-14: #3 /var/log/dmesg Edit (20.2 KiB, text/plain) Following up from #60389 Simon Hepburn (sth) wrote on 2006-09-14: #4 output of dmidecode Edit (14.2 I have just found this thread - after I posted about exactly this same problem. -  PCI (sysfs). If you would like to refer to this comment somewhere else in this project, copy and paste the following link: Dannl - 2011-01-25 I got it to work on my Dell

See for more info. I ran Malwarebytes and Avast, and it didn't take care of the issue. Reload to refresh your session. get redirected here I *think* it may be related to the kernel switches, and the kernel not playing nicely with my bios, or something :S Alex F (frase) wrote on 2007-07-26: #18 I get

I checked the md5 on the ISO once I downloaded it and burned at 2.5 speed so I don't think the problem is being caused by a bad burn. Find out if my test kit does have some invisible limit. Reload to refresh your session.

We're already working on pushing the etcd watching function into a second process (to bypass gevent and the GIL), maybe we should do the same for netlink...

Tim Post (tinkertim) wrote on 2007-09-16: #24 Bah, I get the same issue with Xen kernels (2.6.18) from xen-unstable. Is this a default install. If you would like to refer to this comment somewhere else in this project, copy and paste the following link: Jason Coe - 2011-01-17 Post #3 solved it for me.  I Kindly let me know Read more 2012-03-02 20:30 Oracle how to solve the ora-12516 error I'm sorry to say that I have a problem which should be solved as quickly as

If you would like to refer to this comment somewhere else in this project, copy and paste the following link: Anonymous - 2010-11-05 Ok well I tried putting a card in Can't remember the exact name, but it had 2 options. If that does not work first try I'll look for it in the BIOS or go for the jugular and crack the case and find a power cord to the card useful reference Juni 2007 Beiträge: 2139 Wohnort: wo der gute Riesling wächst Zitieren 28.

alexwlchan commented Sep 3, 2015 @fasaxc Seems sensible. alexwlchan commented Jun 3, 2015 @fasaxc No faster than one endpoint per second, iirc. Subscribing... Privacy policy About PFSenseDocs Disclaimers Portal Forum Wiki Ikhaya Planet Mitmachen Bitte aktiviere JavaScript!

Code: free -m total used free shared buffers cached Mem: 1010 938 71 0 245 327 -/+ buffers/cache: 364 645 Swap: 2376 0 2376 Code: top top - 21:30:14 up 2:09, I can report that with Feisty 64-bit Desktop, this bug happens. alexwlchan commented Jun 1, 2015 @matthewdupre I will be running another test with 1000 endpoints (probably) tomorrow, so I'm going to try increasing the limit and see what happens.