-bash: /bin/ls: Input/output error
cpbarton at uiuc.edu
Fri Jan 3 10:36:01 CST 2003
Netstat listed 7 connections. Other than forwarding traffic (routing),
the kernel wasn't doing anything at all.
The xinetd errata package was applied, and running. Ultimately I killed
xinetd, but that didn't help.
On Fri, 3 Jan 2003, Michael Redinger wrote:
> > After running without incident for 10 days or so, my system now enters a
> > strange state each day where new processes cannot be created. Every
> > command results in the error message "Input/output error".
> Any chance this is RHAT Linux and you didn't apply the latest xinetd
> Update? See:
> Even if you did, is xinetd allowing "time" connections?
> Check netstat -an output and check if there are lots of
> connections in CLOSE_WAIT state.
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