On  2 Mai, Jens Schweikhardt wrote:

[Ruslan: I CCed you because of the second part of the mail]

> I've seen some recent mails related to rtprio oddity which seemed
> to also affect the isdnd. My -current is cvsupped May 1st (and

Yes, it didn't started with the broken version of rtprio (I had to
remove the rtprio keyword).

> survived; I've still got a fully populated root fs :-)

I got a kernel panic with no coredump, I hope the npx commit fixed this,
will test later.

> However, as soon as I do a find / or buildworld or some other
> commands increasing the load significantly (about 1 or more),
> isdnd seems to take a nap. No more packets transmitted. If I
> suspend the running programs, isdnd awakes and continues.
> Is anybody else observing the same behavior?

Not with my Apr 29 kernel (no rtprio keyword in isdnd.rc), at least I
didn't noticed it.

BTW: What about dial-on-demand? I need this patch from Ruslan
(attention, will not apply because of tab->space conversation by 
Index: raw_ip.c
RCS file: /home/ncvs/src/sys/netinet/raw_ip.c,v
retrieving revision 1.75
diff -u -p -r1.75 raw_ip.c
--- raw_ip.c    2001/03/16 20:00:53     1.75
+++ raw_ip.c    2001/03/30 14:09:20
@@ -398,7 +398,9 @@ rip_ctlinput(cmd, sa, vip)
                                 * thing to do, but at least if we are running
                                 * a routing process they will come back.
+#if 0
to get a working dial-on-demand (the defaultroute vanishes after the
first "ifconfig down", but stays after readding the defaultroute).


            0 and 1. Now what could be so hard about that?

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