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cflowd and HPUX

  • From: Brad Roldan
  • Date: Fri May 22 10:57:03 1998

*** This is a programming specific question.

   I recently tried porting cflowd over to HPUX (10.20). Surprisingly, I
only needed to change two lines of code in the daemon to get everything
working. The problem is that cflowd core dumps after a few minutes of
running. The following messages appear in my syslog:

May 15 19:02:11 netflow cflowd[1287]: [E] ports.c:327 mmap() failed for
     /opt/Data/cflow/15.1.200.36.port.cur: Not enough space
May 15 19:02:12 netflow cflowd[1288]: [E] cflowd.c:851 manager (proc 1287)
     exited.  Exiting.

   mmap() returns ENOMEM (no more memory) even though I have plenty of
memory left! If anyone has encountered this problem, I'd like to know how
you got around it. (and no, I can't go out and buy a Sun box :)


Thanks for 'da help

Brad

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Brad Roldan						Hewlett Packard
Network Engineer					Palo Alto, Ca
broldan@corp.hp.com					650-236-3005