[quagga-users 10067] 0.99.10 ospf neighbor stuck in state loading

Steve Clark sclark at netwolves.com
Tue Oct 28 14:18:23 GMT 2008


Is there some way to determine what is left in the "Link state request list" when quagga
hangs in the Loading state? 

We have a number, greater than 50, remote sites connected back to a two cisco systems on
different ds3 from different providers
that are running ospf over gre/vpn. We are having trouble with one site where quagga
is getting stuck in :
    Neighbor ID Pri State           Dead Time Address         Interface            RXmtL RqstL DBsmL      1 Loading/DROther   30.524s   gre1:       0     2     0      1 Loading/DROther   34.442s   gre2:       0     2     0

The cisco systems show the adjacency as full. My question is how to I go about debugging this problem?

I understand that the quagga side is missing some part of its database that is suppose to be sent
from the cisco, if I do a 'sh ip os database' I see a lot of the database, how do I tell what quagga is
waiting for?

We were first using 0.99.6 and had the same problem.

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