> In case Dima didn't get this off to you, there's a bug in
> netinet/tcp_usrreq.c: tcp_connect()... the ifaddr is left
> uninitialized in the case where in_pcbladdr() fails. The fix
> is to check the error code from in_pcbladdr() and to return
> it rather then fall through to the remaining code if it comes
> back non-zero.
> I stuck a printf() in there to catch the condition as well just to
> see how often it occured... got about a hit every 10 minutes
> on our (very busy) FTP/WWW server from ftpd.
Interesting...I'll have a look. Want to send me a diff for how you think it
should be fixed?
> Gotta quick question for you guys too: Is it safe to create
> UFS partitions greater then 2GB ?
Yes. Walnut Creek's news server has a 9GB drive (w/single partition) for
it's spool/news, and has been working fine for a month or more.