[CentOS] Re: PF_RING crashed the CentOS5 - BUG: soft lockup - CPU#7

Scott Silva ssilva at sgvwater.com
Mon Jul 28 18:33:00 UTC 2008

on 7-27-2008 10:19 PM Ian jonhson spake the following:
> Hi all,
> The PF_RING seems not to work smoothly in CentOS 5.
> Several day before, I patched the kernel and
> installed the PF_RING-patched kernel in my CentOS5.
> Based on the PF_RING, I developed my program to capture
> the network packages. I wished it can work until the
> machine power is off. Unforturnately, no matter how to
> adjust my program, whole system can not run more than
> 48 hours. Finally, whole system crashed and syslogd said
> it found the following kernel output.
PF_RING seems to be used for the newest version of ntop for faster packet 
capture and analysis. Is that what you are trying to accomplish?
Or did I just get a bad google?

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