On Wednesday 09 March 2005 21:34, Patrick McHardy wrote:
> Michal Vanco wrote:
> > On Wednesday 09 March 2005 20:45, Patrick McHardy wrote:
> >>This patch should fix it. The crash is caused by stale pointers,
> >>the pointers in fib_iter_state are not reloaded after seq->stop()
> >>followed by seq->start(pos > 0).
> > Well. Trap vanished after applying this patch, but another weird thing
> > occurs:
> > # ip route show | wc -l
> > 156033
> > # date; time ip route show > /dev/null; date; time netstat -rn >
> > /dev/null Wed Mar 9 22:15:21 CET 2005
> > real 0m0.656s
> > user 0m0.415s
> > sys 0m0.242s
> > Wed Mar 9 22:15:22 CET 2005
> > real 6m41.472s
> > user 0m1.261s
> > sys 6m40.143s
> Yes, I know it is totally inefficient. Just use ip route, which doesn't
> suffer from this problem.
Sure. Can (or will) this ever be fixed to any usable state also with netstat?
Is this problem related only to AMD64?
Ing. Michal Vančo
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