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>>>>> "Andi" == Andi Kleen <ak@xxxxxxx> writes:
Andi> On Thu, Feb 07, 2002 at 05:59:45PM -0500, Michael Richardson wrote:
>> We think that /proc/net/rt_cache might have info, but we don't
>> see it. Is there another place that we should look?
Andi> /proc/net/rt_cache has a MTU column. You can also get it via
Andi> ip route get <ip address>
Andi> route --cache unfortunately doesn't show it.
Do they expire very quickly? Can we extend it? Is there some debugging we
can enable to log the MTU changes? Does it get deleted when the TCP
connection gets closed?
We did see the MTU column, but we never see something to our specific
address. We know that the ICMP is being received, because the packet sizes go
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Comment: Finger me for keys
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