[DRBD-user] drbd0: [kjournald/1476] sock_sendmsg time expired, ko = 4294967295

Sim simvirus at gmail.com
Sat Oct 21 14:14:34 CEST 2006


Hi!

Today I have see this and the server was been locked:

Oct 21 11:28:51 mx kernel: drbd0: [kjournald/1476] sock_sendmsg time
expired, ko = 4294967295
Oct 21 11:28:54 mx kernel: drbd0: [kjournald/1476] sock_sendmsg time
expired, ko = 4294967294
Oct 21 11:28:57 mx kernel: drbd0: [kjournald/1476] sock_sendmsg time
expired, ko = 4294967293
Oct 21 11:29:14 mx kernel: drbd0: [kjournald/1476] sock_sendmsg time
expired, ko = 4294967295
Oct 21 11:29:17 mx kernel: drbd0: [kjournald/1476] sock_sendmsg time
expired, ko = 4294967294
Oct 21 11:29:20 mx kernel: drbd0: [kjournald/1476] sock_sendmsg time
expired, ko = 4294967293
Oct 21 11:29:23 mx kernel: drbd0: [kjournald/1476] sock_sendmsg time
expired, ko = 4294967292
Oct 21 11:29:26 mx kernel: drbd0: [kjournald/1476] sock_sendmsg time
expired, ko = 4294967291
Oct 21 11:29:29 mx kernel: drbd0: [kjournald/1476] sock_sendmsg time
expired, ko = 4294967290
Oct 21 11:29:32 mx kernel: drbd0: [kjournald/1476] sock_sendmsg time
expired, ko = 4294967289
Oct 21 11:29:35 mx kernel: drbd0: [kjournald/1476] sock_sendmsg time
expired, ko = 4294967288
Oct 21 11:29:38 mx kernel: drbd0: [kjournald/1476] sock_sendmsg time
expired, ko = 4294967287
Oct 21 11:29:41 mx kernel: drbd0: [kjournald/1476] sock_sendmsg time
expired, ko = 4294967286
Oct 21 11:29:44 mx kernel: drbd0: [kjournald/1476] sock_sendmsg time
expired, ko = 4294967285
Oct 21 11:29:47 mx kernel: drbd0: [kjournald/1476] sock_sendmsg time
expired, ko = 4294967284
Oct 21 11:29:50 mx kernel: drbd0: [kjournald/1476] sock_sendmsg time
expired, ko = 4294967283


# cat /proc/drbd
version: 0.7.21 (api:79/proto:74)
SVN Revision: 2326 build by root at web.local, 2006-09-15 13:17:13
 0: cs:Connected st:Primary/Secondary ld:Consistent
    ns:150422580 nr:0 dw:149374628 dr:47082873 al:1753054 bm:507 lo:0
pe:0 ua:0 ap:0

# uname -a
Linux web.local 2.4.33.3-1trsmp #1 SMP Tue Sep 12 19:29:10 GMT 2006
i686 i686 i386 GNU/Linux

# cat /etc/trustix-release
Trustix Secure Linux release 2.2 (Sunchild)

What is happened?

Thanks



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