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Re: sendto: No buffer space available
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- Subject: Re: sendto: No buffer space available
- From: "Arvid Grøtting" <arvidg_(_at_)_netfonds_(_dot_)_no>
- Date: Wed, 24 Apr 2002 11:27:35 +0200
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Vagner Sacramento <vagner_(_at_)_natalnet_(_dot_)_br> writes:
> My program is attached in this message. Unfortunately i continue with the
> same problem, when i running it sending more or less 1500 packets.
> sendto: No buffer space available
To ask some obvious questions:
- is there a (configured) network attached where this is being sent?
- is there anything listening, and if so does the listener see the
- does a tcpdump of the network where this is sent show any data being
sent? If so, how much?
I've seen the same error message in a completely different setting,
where data was being sent on an interface that simply had no network
attached, i.e. configured "UP" but with no carrier.