> I think the patch from the arp SA has broken routing for a few people.
>          ---Mike

Any suggestions?  This is my backup server.  I would like to resolve this
as soon as possible.  I don't want to have to re-install to 4.8-RELEASE.

The machine was running 4.8-RELEASE-p3 fine last week (and not 4.8-RELEASE
as I indicated below).  Is it possible to blow away /usr/src and cvsup to
4.8-RELEASE-p3 rather than 4.8-RELEASE-p8?


 - Michael Hogsett

> At 02:11 PM 24/09/2003, Mike Hogsett wrote:
> >I have a machine that has been running 4.8-RELEASE for months flawlessly.
> >I recently CVSup'd to RELENG_4_8 (now running 4.8-RELEASE-p8).
> >
> >The machine is losing routes.  Specifically its default route and a route
> >to the lan of one of its own interfaces.  I can manually add the default
> >route back, but it only lasts about 20 seconds until it mysteriously
> >disappears.
> >
> >The machine has an Intel 1000baseSX card that is sub-interfaced using
> >VLANs.  There are 9 vlan interfaces in use (vlan0 through vlan8).
> >
> >It consistently loses its default route and the route to the lan
> >`connected' to vlan8.
> >
> >Any suggestions how I can diagnose what is happening?
> >
> >Thanks!
> >
> >  - Michael Hogsett
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