strange logs (0.1.8)

Paul Rusty Russell
Tue, 21 Sep 1999 01:04:00 +0930

In message <> you write:
> On Sat, Sep 18, 1999 at 02:47:03PM +0930, Paul Rusty Russell wrote:
> > It's a very large UDP packet going from port 1031 to 1027; I'd say
> > maybe NFS, except the ports are a bit wierd.
> >
> I just checked and found some leftouts of the
> testsuite (btw, it failed -- I'll check again and let you know what
> exactly was the problem later today) -- tap0, tap1 and ip_conntrack.
> Maybe it produced some unwanted udp? I don't use NAT in that moment at
> all, and, as for NFS, I have the kernel server installed (with userspace
> support), but I don't use it (/etc/exports is empty).
> Strange thing is that all of these 32 appearances of "LOCAL_OUT..." in
> my logs (except the first two) happend just after (in a matter of
> several seconds) after the connection appeared. And, to support the
> theory of testsuite leftouts, I checked that the first two logs happened
> just after starting the testsuite (many nf_register... before).

The testsuite actually inserts the conntrack module, which will
currently trigger this on fragmentation.  I have this fixed in

Hacking time.