Hello all
I saw these strange messages in cache.log

2004/01/06 18:44:59| httpAccept: FD 10: accept failure: (53) Software caused 
connection abort
2004/01/06 18:46:25| comm_accept: FD 10: (53) Software caused connection abort
2004/01/06 18:46:25| httpAccept: FD 10: accept failure: (53) Software caused 
connection abort

After some googling i tried decided to make some changes:

kern.maxusers="0"
kern.maxproc=6164
kern.maxfiles=65536
kern.maxprocperuid=9999
kern.maxfilesperproc=32768
kern.argmax=65536
kern.maxproc=12000
kern.maxprocperuid=13000
kern.ipc.maxsockbuf=262144

perl# netstat -m
gives me :
1890/8560/30624 mbufs in use (current/peak/max):
1749 mbufs allocated to data
141 mbufs allocated to packet headers
1502/7842/14656 mbuf clusters in use (current/peak/max)
17824 Kbytes allocated to network (48% of mb_map in use)
0 requests for memory denied
0 requests for memory delayed
0 calls to protocol drain routines


after makeing changes to kernel, i tried recompiling squid too. but still no luck..

could anyone help me?
<B>(53) Software caused connection abort</b>
maybe 53 means that smth is wrong with my bind9 options ?

ps. server keeps giving same messages every 15min... (plus minus)
2004/01/08 01:08:25| comm_accept: FD 10: (53) Software caused connection abort
2004/01/08 01:08:25| httpAccept: FD 10: accept failure: (53) Software caused 
connection abort
2004/01/08 01:32:00| comm_accept: FD 10: (53) Software caused connection abort
2004/01/08 01:32:00| httpAccept: FD 10: accept failure: (53) Software caused 
connection abort
2004/01/08 01:46:24| comm_accept: FD 10: (53) Software caused connection abort
2004/01/08 01:46:24| httpAccept: FD 10: accept failure: (53) Software caused 
connection abort
then it could crash with :
FATAL: xcalloc: Unable to allocate 1 blocks of 4104 bytes!
Squid Cache (Version 2.5.STABLE4): Terminated abnormally.

At hight load: 2004/01/08 01:46:24| comm_accept: FD 10: (53) Software caused 
connection abort
2004/01/08 01:46:24| httpAccept: FD 10: accept failure: (53) Software caused 
connection abort
these messages could appear about every 1 min!

Any help appreciated
thx


-- 
Best regards,Hugle

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