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[Unbound-users] Unbound on NetBSD

Wouter Wijngaards
Fri Jul 25 14:11:09 CEST 2008


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SeaCat schreef:
| Hello Unbound-users,
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|   I'm trying run Unbound 1.0.1 on NetBSD, and have some trouble all time.
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Since you have a dual core machine, two threads should be enough.

Your first problem seems to be that you cannot connect (with) TCP to the
internet, the tcp connects failed.  Could this be a NetBSD firewall problem?

The second problem (accept failed: resource unavail) seems to be like
you are running out of file descriptors. What is your ulimit? Did you
compile with libevent or not? And a more general, what is your
configuration file?

The third problem is that you are running out of memory, even though you
have 3 Gb. Is this due to threads forking? What configuration do you
use? Did you compile with or without pthreads?

Best regards,
~   Wouter
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