Unstable netatalk

Unstable netatalk

Post by Hiro Sugawa » Thu, 16 Nov 1995 04:00:00



I've installed and started using netatalk on my Linux box. Besides its
relative slowness, the biggest problem is my Mac once in every while
loses connection to the Linux server. Once the connection is lost,
neither afpd nor papd is visible from Mac's Chooser. Killing all netatalk
processes and re-invoking them is no help and the only way to recover
connection seems to reboot the Linux box (thus netatalk starts before
IP starts), which is, of course, very unacceptable.

Has anyone had the same experience and hopefully solved it?

Regards,
hiro
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1. netatalk instable

Hi,

I have installed SUSE 7.0 Prof. Netatalk was running stable for several
weeks. Since I've installed a new Network-card (with 10/100 Mbit,
Via-rhine) and a new SCSI-card (Advance 2911u), netatalk is instable.

The file "messages" shows this:

Nov 14 15:27:14 hitchcock kernel: eth0: Oversized Ethernet frame spanned
multiple buffers, entry 0x4444 length 0 status 0000!
Nov 14 15:27:14 hitchcock kernel: eth0: Oversized Ethernet frame
c15c5440 vs c15c5440.
Nov 14 15:29:18 hitchcock afpd[597]: afp_alarm: child timed out
Nov 14 15:29:18 hitchcock afpd[597]: 309.19KB read, 537.08KB written
Nov 14 15:29:18 hitchcock PAM-warn[597]: service: netatalk [on terminal:
afpd]
Nov 14 15:29:18 hitchcock PAM-warn[597]: user: (uid=0) -> mueller

Nov 14 15:29:18 server PAM-unix2[597]: session finished for user,mueller
service netatalk
Nov 14 15:29:18 hitchcock afpd[349]: server_child[1] 597 exited 1
Nov 14 15:29:44 hitchcock afpd[595]: afp_alarm: child timed out
Nov 14 15:29:44 hitchcock afpd[595]: 4413.19KB read, 3114.42KB written
Nov 14 15:29:44 hitchcock PAM-warn[595]: service: netatalk [on terminal:
afpd]
Nov 14 15:29:44 hitchcock PAM-warn[595]: user: (uid=0) ->

Nov 14 15:29:44 hitchcock PAM-unix2[595]: session finished for user
mueller, service netatalk
Nov 14 15:29:44 hitchcock afpd[349]: hitchcock_child[1] 595 exited 1

Can someone help me? Where's the problem?

Jrgen

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