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Re: pf/bridge instability problems

On Sat, May 31, 2003 at 05:12:52PM +0200, Dieter Kasielke wrote:
> 45:00:00:3a:b6:28
> 45:00:00:41:b6:52 ...
> This looks like the first bytes of the IP header.
> Any ideas? Forgotten to reset the pointer to the start of L2 again?
> But why only rarely and then, why for so many packets? Or is it not
> pf at all? Of course, without the pf bridge in between the 2 routers,
> there was  never such a overflow condition in months of operation.
Yes, sounds like a reasonable explanation, though it's not clear
where/why it occurs. Can you get a full hexdump of such packets with
tcpdump -X, maybe there's a pattern of what packets get truncated like
> There was also a kernel crash: 
> kernel: page fault trap  code=0
> Stopped at  _pf_normalize_ip+0x43c:testb $0x4,0x21(%ecx)
Can you try to find out which source code line this is (by following
http://www.benzedrine.cx/crashreport.html, rebuild pf_norm.c with debug
information), especially since it's a non-GENERIC kernel?