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Re: [Pan-users] Re: Starting Pan?

From: kevlinux
Subject: Re: [Pan-users] Re: Starting Pan?
Date: Mon, 20 Jun 2005 20:04:14 -1000

On 6/15/05, Duncan <address@hidden> wrote:
> Ahh...!  That's usually caused by a bad connection, and one side or the
> other still thinking a previous connection is open.  That doesn't happen
> here often, but when it does, often even quiting and restarting PAN won't
> work.  I think it's system TCP socket handling that's causing the issue
> here, but it only happens once or twice in a row, perhaps every 3-6
> months, on average (IIRC, the last time it happened was late last year),
> so it has been fairly low priority. In any case, when it happens here,
> I've sometimes had to reboot, to get the thing to clear and start working
> again.  As I said, restarting PAN doesn't help. That's why I think it's a
> system socket state thing, since the reboot would naturally erase any
> existing socket states.
> --

I'm seeing something like this almost every day. Say I download new
headers then go get something to eat.  When I come back and try to
read some articles, everything just queues up. I have to restart PAN
to get it going again.  This seems to have start just within the past
couple of CVS updates.

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