Originator added to Cc..
Bart De Schuymer <bdschuym@xxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> > Date: Mon, 15 Nov 2004 04:33:51 -0800
> > From: bugme-daemon@xxxxxxxx
> > To: bugme-new@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx
> > Subject: [Bugme-new] [Bug 3746] New: Bridge causes machine lockups
> > -s SO:ME:MA:CA:DD:R0 -j DROP
> > -d SO:ME:MA:CA:DD:R0 -j DROP
> > [... about 50 of them ...]
> > -j RETURN
> > It works fine. About twenty or thirty times a day, a script does 'iptables
> > -F BLOCKED' and writes new entries into chain BLOCKED. Problem is that
> > machine dies from time to time (under heavy network load it happens once a
> > day). It just locks, nothing happenes, no oopses, or entries in logs. Then
> > after 60 seconds, watchdog from Intel motherboard resets machine.
> > Also I was doing some changes manually into chains and noticed that machine
> > died after I have issued 'ebtables -F BLOCKED' (clearing the chain). Once
> > again after 60 seconds watchdog reset machine.
> > Problem is present in 18.104.22.168 and 2.6.9 kernels. There was no such problem
> > on 2.4.26.
> Can you do something similar with iptables rules to see if it's specific to
> ebtables (which I doubt)?
> > The only weird thing I noticed is when I initalise my bridge, is something
> > about that it can't get speed of some interfaces (guessing it is about
> > e1000). I can't give you full error message at the moment, because those
> > have been rotated by logrotate.
> I don't know what that is about...