Re: DNS replies not RELATED/ESTABLISHED?
martin f krafft wrote:
also sprach Blair L Strang <firstname.lastname@example.org> [2005.03.15.2256 +0100]:
Sorry I didn't understand from your original post that this was
only happening occasionally. Duh!
It does only happen occassionally...
Perhaps look into ip_conntrack_max?
I don't have such a file. ip_conntrack_expect is the only other
It /is/ a bit of a long shot because you probably would have noticed messages
saying "ip_conntrack: maximum limit of <n> entries exceeded" from your kernel. But
worth a look anyway.
ip_conntrack_max is a sysctl which determines how many conntrack entries are kept.
Comparing this with "wc -l /proc/net/ip_conntrack" will tell you how close to the
limit you are at a given point in time. The numbers can change pretty dramatically
depending on use or abuse; a single nmap -sU -T Insane will chew through a lot of
conntracks (1600 or so at peak when I tried it).
Well, O.K. I'll compromise with my principles because of EXISTENTIAL DESPAIR!