On 11 Jul, Josef Karthauser wrote:
> On Thu, Jul 11, 2002 at 11:35:46AM +0100, Josef Karthauser wrote:
>> > I tracked it down to tcp_getcred() calling SYSCTL_OUT(), which can
>> > potentially block, before releasing the locks tcp_getcred() is holding.
>> > This routine is used by the net.inet.tcp.getcred sysctl, and the only
>> > user of that seems to be the builtin ident code in inetd. I'm not
>> > seeing this error because I'm not running inetd on my -current box.
>> I get it whenever cron kicks of a cvsup also.
> Oh, and also when postfix sends or recives an email.
I would expect this if you are running inetd and have its builtin ident
service enabled. When you are sending email and your MTA connects to a
remote MTA, it is quite common for the remote MTA to connect to the
ident port on your host to get more information about the user who
initiated the connection request. The cvsup server may also be making
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