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To: CIPE <cipe-l,AT,inka,DOT,de>
Subject: Re: Tunnel collapses with "Bad file descriptor"
From: James Knott <james.knott,AT,rogers,DOT,com>
Date: Fri, 16 Apr 2004 18:00:58 -0400
In-reply-to: <41eb01c423d2$41b87b10$b5d501cc@dragonfly>
References: <41eb01c423d2$41b87b10$b5d501cc@dragonfly>

Mark wrote:
Hi,

I have a cipe (v.1.4.5) tunnel running between a Redhat9 and a Fedora core 1
machine. The tunnel gets established successfully and works fine until at
some point - sometimes after a few hours, sometimes after a few days - it
collapses with this error message:

Apr 14 19:22:50 lvd1 ciped-cb[2658]: kxchg: read(r): Bad file descriptor
Apr 14 19:22:50 lvd1 ciped-cb[2658]: Interface stats 22552096  201358    4
0    0     1          0         0        0
       0    0    0    0     0       0          0
Apr 14 19:22:50 lvd1 ciped-cb[2658]: KX stats: rreq=0, req=335, ind=336,
indb=0, ack=328, ackb=0, unknown=0 Apr 14 19:22:50 lvd1 ciped-cb[2658]:
cipcb1: daemon exiting

Any idea where this might come from?
The machines are sitting locally within a LAN - it's just a test setup for
now...

I have noticed the same thing here. I wrote a short script, so that I could use ssh from my notebook, to restart CIPE, when I'm away from home and find I can't connect my VPN.



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