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Old 03-03-2010, 08:32 PM
"Peter Shulkin"
 
Default racoon segmentation fault

I finally got IPSec working between one linux server and 2 windows
servers, but about every 8 hours, I get a

segmentation fault and racoon goes away. The error is always:



Mar 3 14:20:31 STORE191 racoon: NOTIFY: the packet is retransmitted by
128.xx.xx.xxx[500].

Mar 3 14:20:31 STORE191 racoon: WARNING: the packet retransmitted in a
short time from 128.xx.xx.xx[500]

Mar 3 14:20:31 STORE191 racoon: NOTIFY: the packet is retransmitted by
128.xx.xx.xx[500].

Mar 3 14:20:31 STORE191 racoon: ERROR: wrong state 8.

Mar 3 14:20:31 STORE191 racoon: ERROR: failed to pre-process packet.

Mar 3 14:20:31 STORE191 racoon: INFO: IPsec-SA established:
ESP/Transport 128.xx.xx.xx[0]->128.yy.yy.yy[0] spi=58532716(0x37d236c)

Mar 3 14:20:31 STORE191 kernel: racoon[18824]: segfault at
0000000000000018 rip 00000000004068a7 rsp 00007fff8fb715f0 error 4



where xx is one of the 2 windows servers, and yy is the linux server.
This is a test setup, so not very heavy traffic right now, but there is
one

NFS mounted drive from the linux server to both windows servers. Racoon
restarts easily, and I just have to log onto each windows server when

I restart, and ping the linux, to re-establish connection.



I have a ping from the linux server to each of the windows server every
5-10 minutes to keep the tunnel alive, otherwise it drops the
connection.



Any ideas would be appreciated.



Thanks,

Peter Shulkin

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Old 03-03-2010, 10:10 PM
"Dustin Larmeir"
 
Default racoon segmentation fault

Do you have any logs of other segmentation faults/ecc or edac errors in
/var/log/messages? This could be a bad RAM issue. - Dustin

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Subject: racoon segmentation fault

I finally got IPSec working between one linux server and 2 windows
servers, but about every 8 hours, I get a

segmentation fault and racoon goes away. The error is always:



Mar 3 14:20:31 STORE191 racoon: NOTIFY: the packet is retransmitted by
128.xx.xx.xxx[500].

Mar 3 14:20:31 STORE191 racoon: WARNING: the packet retransmitted in a
short time from 128.xx.xx.xx[500]

Mar 3 14:20:31 STORE191 racoon: NOTIFY: the packet is retransmitted by
128.xx.xx.xx[500].

Mar 3 14:20:31 STORE191 racoon: ERROR: wrong state 8.

Mar 3 14:20:31 STORE191 racoon: ERROR: failed to pre-process packet.

Mar 3 14:20:31 STORE191 racoon: INFO: IPsec-SA established:
ESP/Transport 128.xx.xx.xx[0]->128.yy.yy.yy[0] spi=58532716(0x37d236c)

Mar 3 14:20:31 STORE191 kernel: racoon[18824]: segfault at
0000000000000018 rip 00000000004068a7 rsp 00007fff8fb715f0 error 4



where xx is one of the 2 windows servers, and yy is the linux server.
This is a test setup, so not very heavy traffic right now, but there is
one

NFS mounted drive from the linux server to both windows servers. Racoon
restarts easily, and I just have to log onto each windows server when

I restart, and ping the linux, to re-establish connection.



I have a ping from the linux server to each of the windows server every
5-10 minutes to keep the tunnel alive, otherwise it drops the
connection.



Any ideas would be appreciated.



Thanks,

Peter Shulkin

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