[quagga-users 12453] Re: ospfd stuck in Loading/DROther

Steve Clark sclark at netwolves.com
Thu Sep 8 02:31:42 IST 2011


On 09/07/2011 08:55 PM, Adrian Terranova wrote:
> The  DROther thing is no fun :(
>
> Bad cables or l2 potentially? How about if you set it up with smaller
> vm's vs physical boxes - any difference in behavior? It seems
> suspicious that only a few are having issues.
>
> --Adrian
>
You are right! It is a mystery today it went to Full for about an hour then went back to Loading.
We just replaced the hardware using linux instead of freebsd and exactly the same result.
The carrier ran an intrusive test and said the circuit is good. I don't think it is directly
related to quagga. I am just looking for possibilities.

> On Wed, Sep 7, 2011 at 12:20 PM, Steve Clark<sclark at netwolves.com>  wrote:
>> Magically neighbors formed this morning!
>>
>> 2011/09/07 09:56:26 OSPF: nsm_change_state(172.16.10.45, Loading ->  Full):
>> scheduling new router-LSA origination
>> 2011/09/07 09:56:26 OSPF: nsm_change_state(172.16.10.47, Loading ->  Full):
>> scheduling new router-LSA origination
>>
>>
>> On 09/07/2011 06:31 AM, Steve Clark wrote:
>>
>> On 09/07/2011 06:21 AM, Paul Jakma wrote:
>>
>> On Tue, 6 Sep 2011, Steve Clark wrote:
>>
>> This is with FreeBSD port quagga_0.99.17_9
>>
>> I guess I should have been more explicit, by recent I mean 0.99.18.
>> There's a good few important ospfd bug fixes in that release.
>>
>> regards,
>>
>> I managed to get .18 compiled - same thing:
>> 2011/09/06 21:12:00 OSPF: OSPFd 0.99.18 starting: vty at 2604
>> 2011/09/06 21:12:00 OSPF: interface 10.255.13.174 [9] join AllSPFRouters
>> Multicast group.
>> 2011/09/06 21:12:00 OSPF: interface 10.255.14.174 [10] join AllSPFRouters
>> Multicast group.
>> 2011/09/06 21:12:00 OSPF: interface 10.254.43.97 [1] join AllSPFRouters
>> Multicast group.
>> 2011/09/06 21:12:00 OSPF: setsockopt_multicast_ipv4 attempting to drop and
>> re-add (fd 8, ifaddr 10.254.99.129, mcast 224.0.0.5, ifindex 1)
>> 2011/09/06 21:12:00 OSPF: interface 10.254.99.129 [1] join AllSPFRouters
>> Multicast group.
>> 2011/09/06 21:12:00 OSPF: Packet[DD]: Neighbor 172.16.10.45 Negotiation done
>> (Slave).
>> 2011/09/06 21:12:00 OSPF: Packet[DD]: Neighbor 172.16.10.47 Negotiation done
>> (Slave).
>>
>> ^C
>> H101103:/smb
>> $ sudo vtysh -c 'sh ip os ne'
>>
>>      Neighbor ID Pri State           Dead Time Address
>> Interface            RXmtL RqstL DBsmL
>> 172.16.10.45      1 Loading/DROther   31.870s 10.255.13.173
>> gre1:10.255.13.174       1    67     0
>> 172.16.10.47      1 Loading/DROther   36.862s 10.255.14.173
>> gre2:10.255.14.174       1    67     0
>>
>>

-- 
Stephen Clark
*NetWolves*
Sr. Software Engineer III
Phone: 813-579-3200
Fax: 813-882-0209
Email: steve.clark at netwolves.com
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