Re: nmap no buffer space
From: John Leach (john_at_johnleach.co.uk)
To: firstname.lastname@example.org Date: 02 Aug 2003 01:52:28 +0100
The output queue for a network interface was full. This generally
indicates that the interface has stopped sending, but may be caused by
transient congestion. (This cannot occur in Linux, packets are just
silently dropped when a device queue overflows.)"
Try changing the timing policy to slow things down a bit (e.g: -T
Polite) Although, as the message says it *will* retry after 60 seconds.
Assuming the output queue has decreased by then it should continue with
On Thu, 2003-07-31 at 23:42, email@example.com wrote:
> Anyone know how to fix this? anything larger than
> (ex. nmap -sP 10.1.1-5.1- ) outputs this information.
> sendto in send_ip_raw: sendto(4, packet, 28, 0, xx.xx.xx.xx/24, 16) => No
> buffer space available Sleeping 60 seconds then retrying
> I upgraded to nmap v3.30 but this did not fix problem.
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