Sorry for my ESL .



On 28-Oct-08, at 9:03 AM, Sujit Karataparambil wrote:

> Sorry Just donot understand what you are saying.
>
> On 10/28/08, Jose Amengual wrote:
>> Hi Guys.
>>
>> I will describe de steps that I did to solve this problem that I
>> still don't
>> understand.
>>
>> Like my first post, I installed FreeBSD with the install cd
>> 7.0-STABLE-200807-i386-disc1.iso , then I update using
>> cvsup and the stable supfile and I got the 7.1-PREREALEASE ( I
>> don't know
>> why I got 7.1 has a stable using the stablesupfile using RELENG_7 ).
>>
>> After make world and stuff, I installed ezjail and I start creating
>> my
>> jails, then I configure my pf script and I give my jails and user
>> nat and
>> etc.
>> Then I start installing packages to my jails and I start seeing the
>> TCP
>> kernel messages that at the first time I ignored.
>>
>> After I had all the jails working , I realize that my postfix jail
>> was
>> leaving almost all the emails in the defer queue with reasons like
>> "Connection time out", then I realize that the tcp_do_segment
>> messages were
>> talking about port 25 connections and not only ftp connections, and
>> that was
>> exactly one message per mail in the queue.
>>
>> After reading some post I decide to Update my machine again to
>> RELENG_7_0
>> and I got 7.0-p5 and the problem persist, after that I start
>> changing sysctl
>> variables like sack etc.
>>
>> Today I reinstall the same machine with the 7.0-RELEASE-i386-
>> disc1.iso and
>> update to 7.0-p5 and using ezjail I start creating the jails and I
>> realize
>> that I was getting the same TCP messages per ftp connections but
>> seems to be
>> working ok. After some research and reading I decide to REMOVE the
>> SCTP
>> option from the kernel and recompile.
>>
>> After that I didn't receive any message and today the server is up
>> and
>> running with 300 users behind and tons of email with NONE in the
>> defer
>> queue.
>>
>> The configurations of the jails were copy and paste to the new
>> installation
>> of the server, the only thing that I change was the install CD.
>>
>> Is that possible ?, could be the reason ?
>> SCTP is generating this problem ?
>>
>>
>>
>> Thanks to all.
>>
>>
>> On 27-Oct-08, at 9:09 AM, Bjoern A. Zeeb wrote:
>>
>>> On Sun, 26 Oct 2008, Jose Amengual wrote:
>>>
>>> Hi,
>>>
>>>
>>>> The problem persist even in stable 7.0, 7.1-PRERELEASE and 7.0-
>>>> P5 , the

>> postfix jail is living all the email in defer queue saying
>> "Connection Time
>> Out"
>>>>
>>>> This server give service to 300 clients and the network load os
>>>> high.
>>>>
>>>> is there any clue how to resolve this ?
>>>>
>>>
>>> sorry if I am not reading back various links which include mails I
>>> had
>>> sent which are entirely unrelated.
>>>
>>> So you are seeing TCP problems. And you are running with a firewall
>>> enabled?
>>>
>>> Have you tried tcpdumping and seeing what exactly goes wrong?
>>>
>>> do you have any offload stuff enabled (as the subject suggests)?
>>> If so
>>> what happens if you disable this?
>>>
>>> /bz
>>>
>>> --
>>> Bjoern A. Zeeb Stop bit received. Insert coin for new
>>> game.
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