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Old 06-02-2010, 11:36 PM   #1
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Server Hung Error


Hi All,
I have some server running & my server was having problem so it got hanged and the error i got is

Code:
 Invalid tcplen in packet followed by some ip
So it seems their is something is got to do with tcpdump service i guess,because of that i had to reboot my server manually and had to restore all the service and it took me some time ,so is their anything that i can do to prevent this,this error happening for most of my server which went to hung status.
 
Old 06-03-2010, 03:54 PM   #2
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Sorry, but your description of the problem doesn't make
any sense to me (and, judging by the fact that there were
70 views but no responses since yesterday, not to anyone
else, either).

tcpdump is an executable, not a service. Where and how
do you get the error message? In what way is your server
hung, what did you do to restart it? Is the machine on a
public or private network? The IP you're mentioning, what
is it? A machine you look after?



Cheers,
Tink
 
Old 06-04-2010, 01:30 AM   #3
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Sorry, but your description of the problem doesn't make
any sense to me (and, judging by the fact that there were
70 views but no responses since yesterday, not to anyone
else, either).
That' what i'm also wondering , i guess i didn't put my question in right direction
Quote:
tcpdump is an executable, not a service. Where and how
do you get the error message? In what way is your server
hung, what did you do to restart it? Is the machine on a
public or private network? The IP you're mentioning, what
is it? A machine you look after?
The message i got from the server screen,when i got server down alert i connect the console to that server to check the status it was in hung status,so i'll paste the screen shot here.i hope this will clear my situation
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