AW: AW: network problems

Chris Buxton cbuxton at
Wed Feb 6 09:59:05 PST 2008


Thanks for the info. With iproute2 version 2.6.19, I don't get any  
"RTNetlink ..." errors with this kernel, so again, it seems to me like  
the versions are meant to be kept in sync.

However, if I can get /dev/{e,f}random with a later kernel, plus  
grsec, pax, etc., I'm all for it. Can you confirm that you have the  
frandom patch working with the later kernel?

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On Feb 6, 2008, at 1:50 AM, marty wrote:

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>> I downgraded to iproute 2.6.19 and everything works correctly now.  
>> I'm using kernel,
> I don't think there is any problem with the IProute package.
> I have seen a lot of problems with the patched kernel. I  
> have used it
> in production for about 6 months and some of the grsec options do  
> cause network
> problems, instability and annoying errors. "RTNetlink Answers:  
> invalid ...."
> I got past all that but a grsec patched works way better  
> anyway.
> Marty B.
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