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Re: pppd: write: No buffer space available
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- Subject: Re: pppd: write: No buffer space available
- From: Toni Mueller <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- Date: Mon, 16 Feb 2004 10:50:45 +0100
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[ seeing the same problem on ADSL ]
On Sun, 01.02.2004 at 00:15:10 +0100, Alexander Topolanek <email@example.com> wrote:
> Note to myself and for the records
> > "pppd: write: No buffer space available" quite often.
when this happens, the connection actually goes down (and stalls).
> Seems that pppd recieves more packet than it can actually transmit,
> which is understandable in the case of a filesharing application and an
> asymetric DSL line.
Why this should not be transparently handled by the IP stack is
unclear to me.
Anyone with a lightbulb, please?