I am running cflowd 1.41 on a Solaris 2.6 box. I have what seems to be a
well-known problem that cflowd stops accepting connections on port 2056
after a spate of network trouble. A while back someone posted to the list
how to ipcs -a and ipcrm the shared memory and get the thing going again
without a reboot. This works fine, but it happens every 30-60 days and I'd
like to fix it.
- Would upgrading to a later release fix it? If so, I'll do that.
- Would running it under Linux help? I could move the install to another
- Failing either of those, does someone have an automated script to check
the port and do all the stop/ipcrm/start to get cflowd going again? Hate to
reinvent the wheel.
-- Paul Keck firstname.lastname@example.org http://www.arches.uga.edu/~pkeck University of Georgia http://www.uga.edu/ucns/telecom UCNS Telecommunications mailto:email@example.com --Opinions mine.-- Go fighting anomalocaridids!!! -- cflowd mailing list firstname.lastname@example.org
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