On Sun, 2002-12-29 at 21:20, Gene Bomgardner wrote: > On 29 Dec 2002 at 18:04, Stacey Roberts wrote: > > > > > Run an sdiff on both kernels and post the output so that members can > > take a look at the actual differences between the two kernels. > > sdiff only reports that the two binary files are different. I don't see > any options to force a display. Did you mean to run a diff on the > conf files? If so, they are attached as an rtf file. > > Thanks.
Hi Gene, Sorry, I did mean just "diff". I had a look at the attachment, but could see anything (to my eyes) that look untoward in there, except the fact that you've got "maxusers" set to 0. This value tells the kernel how many "new file / processes can be opened. This definitely should be higher, probably somewhere around 132. What does /var/log/messages & /var/log/security say whenever you try to access a remote host, or ping the local machine. If it were a firewall issue the attempts would have been logged there. Bump maxuers to 132 asap, and try seeing if anything gets logged when testing later. Regards, Stacey But remem > > God's Blessings, > Gene > > To everything there is a season, and a time to every > purpose under heaven. Ecl 3:1 - > and more recently, The Byrds > > > ______________________________________________________________________ > > The following section of this message contains a file attachment > prepared for transmission using the Internet MIME message format. > If you are using Pegasus Mail, or any another MIME-compliant system, > you should be able to save it or view it from within your mailer. > If you cannot, please ask your system administrator for assistance. > > ---- File information ----------- > File: comp.rtf > Date: 29 Dec 2002, 15:19 > Size: 52412 bytes. > Type: MS-Richtext -- Stacey Roberts B.Sc (HONS) Computer Science Web: www.vickiandstacey.com To Unsubscribe: send mail to [EMAIL PROTECTED] with "unsubscribe freebsd-questions" in the body of the message