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#1 IOError (TCP/IP) hangs system

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2004-11-30
2004-02-11
Martin Bokman
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Hi,

I have installed the latest kernel (http://nubus-
pmac.sourceforge.net/nubus-pmac/test/MachKernel-2.4.23
-031215.gz) on my Powermac 7100/80av running YDL 3.0.

However when I run "yum update" I ultimately get an error as
follows:

...
getting /var/cache/yum/base/headers/xdelta-0-1.1.3-7.ppc.hdr
IOError: [Errno 104] Connection reset by peer
URL: http://ftp.yellowdoglinux.com/pub/yellowdog/yum/3.0/
RPMS.main/headers/xdelta-0-1.1.3-7.ppc.hdr
...

It does not always give an error on the xdelta header (this is just
the output of my last attempt) but the moment yum stops with an
IOError: [Errno 104], the system gets unstable.

Normal procedure would be to start yum again to continue, but
each time I do that the system dies on me. Either by becoming
completely "frozen" or by displaying some sort of panic but I have
not been unable to capture the exact text in that circumstance.

Until now I reboot each time I get the "Connection reset" to
continue.

Let me know if I can do anything to help in solving this problem.

Regards,

Martin Bokman

Discussion

  • Martin Bokman
    Martin Bokman
    2004-02-12

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    I was able to capture some of the text when the system "panics":

    'esp0: !BSERV after data, probably to msgout'

    is the message that is kept being output to the console, the system does
    nothing else but repeating this message.

     
  • Raylynn Knight
    Raylynn Knight
    2004-11-28

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    esp0 is the SCSI driver. What do you have in your SCSI
    chain? Is your SCSI chain properly terminated? Are you
    stilling having the problem?

     
  • Martin Bokman
    Martin Bokman
    2004-11-28

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    Hello Rayknight,

    I have tried from time to time (up to and including kernel 2.4.26
    ) but I finally gave up as the time never was stable and I never had an
    uptime of more than 1 day. I did upgrade my system to max. 136 MB
    internal memory and a 2GB SCSI hard disk but that was to no avail.

    I never had anything attached to my external SCSI chain, I only had the
    internal SCSI drive. Both these chains would be automatically
    terminated in that scenario, if I recall correctly.

    Now the system is happily back to running Mac OS 9 :)

     
  • Raylynn Knight
    Raylynn Knight
    2004-11-30

    • status: open --> open-out-of-date
     
  • Raylynn Knight
    Raylynn Knight
    2004-11-30

    • status: open-out-of-date --> closed-out-of-date