In the last episode (Oct 14), Mark said: > From: "Dan Nelson" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> > > In the last episode (Oct 13), Mark said: > > > I just installed Sendmail::Milter, which I believe uses the > > > ithreads model for Perl. I created my own Milter (Perl-threaded > > > 5.8.0), and everything runs fine... Except that now, when the > > > Milter is running, tinyproxy 1.5.0 goes haywire, filling up its > > > log like crazy with this message: > > > > > > "Accept returned an error (Resource temporarily unavailable)... > > > retrying." > > > > They shouldn't conflict. That sounds like a libc_r bug; I think the > > wrapper for accept() should retry the accept() call for the user. > > > > You might want to try updating to 4.8; there were a couple of > > important commits to libc_r that fixed bugs that usually affected > > threaded daemons: > > Upgrading to 4.8 is not directly possible on this production server. > But can I not just recompile the kernel with a patch?
You don't even need to rebuild the kernel. Just updating libc and libc_r should do it (don't forget to reinstall /usr/include too). I'm actually runing a 4.8 libc on a 4.4 kernel with no problems on one machine here (don't want to lose the 400-day uptime :) > This may be the one affecting me. After your hinting me to the > problem, I did some further googling; but it sounds as if 5.1 still > suffers from the same malady; for instance: > > http://blade.nagaokaut.ac.jp/cgi-bin/scat.rb/ruby/ruby-core/1588 That's not the same error that you were talking about, so chances are it's a different issue. -- Dan Nelson [EMAIL PROTECTED] _______________________________________________ [EMAIL PROTECTED] mailing list http://lists.freebsd.org/mailman/listinfo/freebsd-questions To unsubscribe, send any mail to "[EMAIL PROTECTED]"