Re: [Networker] No response from client
> sin_addr=inet_addr("##.##.###.###")}}, 16
> It hangs right at the ", 16"
> I substituted '#' for the actual ip address that was shown. I should
> note that this is the ONLY ip address listed in the output, AND it's not
> the client's ip, the storage node or the primary server's ip. Oddly,
> it's some other machine that has no connection with backups whatsoever
> and is currently unreachable by ping. In fact, I think it's powered off.
> When I run 'strace -o /tmp/foo savefs -p' on another host (one that's
> acting normally), I see three different ip addresses listed: primary
> server (many times), client (once), and the machine that the client is
> ypbound to (many times). Not sure if that's any relation to why it shows
> up in the output since it has no direct affiliation with the backups
> (it's not a storage node server or anything), but from what I can
> observe, the only IP address that's showing up in the output that I get
> on this weird host is an ip for a host that's not even alive.
Is the IP in /etc/hosts? Does that IP or name exist anywhere within the
files in /nsr/res on the client?
It's obviously doing something with the address and then timing out.
Darren Dunham ddunham AT taos DOT com
Senior Technical Consultant TAOS http://www.taos.com/
Got some Dr Pepper? San Francisco, CA bay area
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