Válasz: Re: Válasz: RE: [Openswan Users] sadb_add error message with kernel 2.4.32 & 2.6.15 / openswan 2.4.5rcX

gabor.horvath at konicaminolta.hu gabor.horvath at konicaminolta.hu
Mon Mar 20 15:05:35 CET 2006

Absolutely not many. Approximately 25 roadwarriors and 3 remote offices.
At remote offices I haven't changed openswan yet. There versions are: 
'Linux Openswan U2.2.1/K2.2.0 (klips)'
This version is the one I used before the change without any problems with 
the above connections. 
I changed "compress=yes" to "no" as you requested. I inform you 
immidiately if it dies. What information do you need if it dies? What 
should I check? 

Thank you very much for your time !

Üdvözlettel / Kind regards,

Horváth Gábor
hálózati és rendszeradminisztrátor / IT specialist

Konica Minolta Magyarország / Hungary

mailto:gabor.horvath at konicaminolta.hu

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Paul Wouters <paul at xelerance.com>
2006.03.20 14:54
       Címzett:         gabor.horvath at konicaminolta.hu
         Másolat:       users at openswan.org, Sherman Chan 
<Sherman.Chan at world.net>
             Tárgy:     Re: Válasz: RE: [Openswan Users] sadb_add error 
message with kernel 2.4.32 & 2.6.15 / openswan 2.4.5rcX

On Mon, 20 Mar 2006, gabor.horvath at konicaminolta.hu wrote:

> I forgot to mention: with 768 MB memory it runs without any problems for 
> days and with 256 MB mem it does it for 1 day only before it goes crazy. 
> checked it twice.

How many connections does that server have? That's a lot of memory to 

There are a few fixes for memory leaks that I just commited to CVS. They
should be in 2.4.5 when we release it later today.

Though these memory leak fixes are for userland, not kernel space. Can you
try adding compress=no to your conn definitions and see if the problem
becomes less?


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