[Bug 823] IPv6 NAT memory leaking

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Thu Jun 13 08:06:20 CEST 2013


--- Comment #4 from lex.weishun at gmail.com 2013-06-13 08:06:20 CEST ---
(In reply to comment #2)
> Lex - please respond to request for additional information.

Sorry. I didn't back in last 2 weeks.

I tried my Arch linux (kernel 3.9.5, x86_64, 64mb RAM) again this morning, and
it still crashed due to out-of-memory.

These are my test scripts:
(server)# ip link set dev eth2 up
(server)# ip addr add fd00:1234::b/64 dev eth2
(server)# ip6tables -t nat -A OUTPUT -s abcd::1 -j LOG

(client)# ip link set dev eth2 up
(client)# ip addr add fd00:1234::a/64 dev eth2
(client)# for i in {1..5000}; do ping6 -s 2000 -c 1 fd00:1234::b; done

Output of lsmod is uploaded.

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