eth hanging on shutdown

Christopher Twigg cdtwigg at u.washington.edu
Thu May 18 01:12:20 PDT 2000


If you poke around on deja.com for a while you'll find that a lot of
people have trouble with pump, and the recommended solution is to get the
reference DHCP from ISC.

Christopher Twigg
cdtwigg at u.washington.edu

On Thu, 18 May 2000, Richard Lotz wrote:


> Adam, is this the laptop? If so you may want to scrap RH's netcfg scripts

> and using the latest from the pcmcia package. I know for fact that the

> DHCP pump interface works.

>

> -richard

>

> --------------------------------------------------------------

> Richard Lotz rlotz at u.washington.edu

> http://students.washington.edu/rlotz ICQ: 12348088

>

>

> On Thu, 18 May 2000, Adam Stenseth wrote:

>

> >

> > Not really; pump, it seems, is essential for DHCP(as could be

> > surmised from the entry in ifcfg-eth0). I have a static IP I could use

> > instead, but given the nature of the machine I'm using, being able to read

> > DHCP would be rather helpful.

> > So Pump needs to be run at startup, just to get the network

> > information from the DHCP servers; but is not essential after that. Would

> > it be better to try to get it to behave normally, or find a way to kill it

> > after it's completed it's appointed task?

> >

> > -Adam

> >

> >

> > Why did the Lord give us so much quickness of movement unless it was to

> > avoid responsibility with?

> >

> > On Wed, 17 May 2000, Christopher Twigg wrote:

> > > Subject: Re: eth hanging on shutdown

> > >

> > > Are you trying to keep it from calling pump on startup? It's in

> > > /etc/sysconfig/network-scripts/ifcfg-eth0 if it's RedHat; change it from:

> > > BOOTPROTO=dhcp

> > > to

> > > BOOTPROTO=none

> > > .

> > >

> > > Christopher Twigg

> > > cdtwigg at u.washington.edu

> > >

> > > On Wed, 17 May 2000, Adam Stenseth wrote:

> > >

> > > >

> > > > Actually, got it figured out(more or less...).

> > > >

> > > > Apparently Pump(DHCP/BOOTP manager) was jumping up at startup(called from

> > > > ifup, as usual) and sucking up rather ridiculous amounts of system

> > > > resources(98%+ CPU). Whenever I killed it, shutdown wouldn't hang on

> > > > eth0. It still seems to startup consuming an obscene amount of CPU, but

> > > > killing it does the trick without affecting anything else on the

> > > > system. In the mean time, I've just been mucking with ifconfig trying to

> > > > figure out if something's set funky with the card.

> > > >

> > > > -Adam

> > > >

> > > > How many Zen masters does it take to screw in a light bulb?

> > > >

> > > > None. The Universe spins the bulb, and the Zen master stays out of

> > > > the way.

> > > >

> > > > On Wed, 17 May 2000, Mike Hornung wrote:

> > > >

> > > > > Date: Wed, 17 May 2000 23:37:27 -0700 (PDT)

> > > > > From: Mike Hornung <mike at boobaz.net>

> > > > > Reply-To: linux at u.washington.edu

> > > > > To: UW Linux Group <linux at u.washington.edu>

> > > > > Subject: Re: eth hanging on shutdown

> > > > >

> > > > > Guess it's time to start looking at the script(s) to see at which point it

> > > > > hangs. What distro is this? What is the last thing you see on the screen

> > > > > before it appears to hang? Does it respond to anything? How long have

> > > > > you waited before you considered it to be "hung?" Any other details that

> > > > > may be useful?

> > > > >

> > > > > ---------------------------

> > > > > -=<(| mike at boobaz.net |)>=-

> > > > >

> > > > > On Wed, 17 May 2000, Adam Stenseth wrote:

> > > > >

> > > > > |

> > > > > |Hey, for the last couple days, whenever I've run shutdown, it hangs

> > > > > |whenever it tries to shutdown the eth0 interface. Anyone ever seen that

> > > > > |before?

> > > > > |

> > > > > | -Adam

> > > > > |

> > > > > |WHERE CAN THE MATTER BE

> > > > > |

> > > > > | Oh, dear, where can the matter be

> > > > > | When it's converted to energy?

> > > > > | There is a slight loss of parity.

> > > > > | Johnny's so long at the fair.

> > > > > |

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