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SubjectRe: BUG: IPv4: Attempt to release TCP socket in state 1
On Mon, 2013-03-04 at 21:44 -0800, dormando wrote:

> No 3rd party modules. There's a tiny patch for controlling initcwnd from
> userspace and another one for the extra_free_kbytes tunable that I brought
> up in another thread. We've had the initcwnd patch in for a long time
> without trouble. The extra_free_kbytes tunable isn't even being used yet,
> so all that's doing is adding a 0 somewhere.
> Only two iptables rules loaded: global NOTRACK rules for PREROUTING/OUTPUT
> in raw.
> Kernel's as close to pristine as I can make it. We had the 10g patch in
> but I've dropped it.
> --

Hmm, I spent time on this bug report but found nothing.

Please post as much information as you can on your setup.

I see you use macvlan, bridge, so maybe there is a configuration issue
(and a kernel bug of course)

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