try to assign sysctl vars like mine...
check if you netcard works in full duplex (though i think is's a stupid
remark of mine... ;)),
try to rebuild the kernel and add extra network buffering. with extra
buffering it all might work much better.
sorry if I was of no help...
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> I have a DNS server with a lot of traffic. After just a couple of
> minutes of resetting the netstat -s counters, I get the following output:
> 130670 datagrams received
> 0 with incomplete header
> 0 with bad data length field
> 1 with bad checksum
> 30 with no checksum
> 0 dropped due to no socket
> 12 broadcast/multicast datagrams dropped due to no socket
> 4226 dropped due to full socket buffers
> 0 not for hashed pcb
> 126431 delivered
> 136753 datagrams output
> As time goes by, the "dropped due to full socket buffers" number goes up.
> I have increased the sysctl variable net.inet.udp.recvspace to 100000,
I don't think I might solve the problem...
> up from about 40000. This did not make any difference, the number goes
> up with time.
> The server is running FreeBSD 4.6 RELEASE with Bind 9.2.2.
> I went through the newsgroups and did not find any solutions to this
> Any help will be greatly appreciated.
> Arie Kachler
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