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leraly Absent Member.
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prune_queue kernel message

After applying the latest updates on our OES2 SP2 (64bit)machine we often see these kind of messages in the log file of the machine

Jul 19 11:20:16 oes2 kernel: prune_queue: c=a4c46aa6

I think it's caused by the cifs daemon but I'm not sure about it. We did not make any modifications to the configuration

Based on an old e-mail thread I found what is causing this kernel message
Linux-Kernel Archive: prune_queue: c=6bd28573,6bd35573,6bd35773

...
This means that some program enabled SO_DEBUG on its socket and received
too much data for the socket input buffer. Fix.: don't use SO_DEBUG unless
you're really debugging.
...

Anyone else seeing this message also after applying the latest patches?
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HvdHeuvel Absent Member.
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Re: prune_queue kernel message

On Mon, 19 Jul 2010 09:36:02 +0000, leraly wrote:

> After applying the latest updates on our OES2 SP2 (64bit)machine we
> often see these kind of messages in the log file of the machine
>
> Jul 19 11:20:16 oes2 kernel: prune_queue: c=a4c46aa6


Hi leraly

> Anyone else seeing this message also after applying the latest patches?


I'm seeing the same on my oes2sp2 (32bit) cluster and don't have an
answer for you but am investigating where this comes from.

Thanks
Hans

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HvdHeuvel Absent Member.
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Re: prune_queue kernel message

On Mon, 19 Jul 2010 09:36:02 +0000, leraly wrote:

> After applying the latest updates on our OES2 SP2 (64bit)machine we
> often see these kind of messages in the log file of the machine
>
> Jul 19 11:20:16 oes2 kernel: prune_queue: c=a4c46aa6



Root cause for this to be logged was found in a piece of eDir code that
was erroneously setting a debug option.

A test module with the fix for this has resolved the problem on my box.
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leraly Absent Member.
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Re: prune_queue kernel message

Hans,

Thank you very much for digging into this. If only eDir would be open source 😉

Will this fix be available via the update channel?
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