Re: [PATCH] net: compute a more reasonable default ip6_rt_max_size
On 5/25/12 5:11 PM, David Miller wrote:
These were not admin configured routes. They were discovered via ipv6 neighbor discovery.Then such default routes should either be: 1) Passed over by GC 2) Trigger neighbour discovery when GC'd
It's possible that there is a bug somewhere - we didn't get a chance to dig deeper. What we observed is that as we got close to the 4096 limit, some hosts were becoming unreachable. A modest increase in the routing table size made things better.
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