Wow - you know how to pick 'em don't you...
> ssh: connect to host xxxx port 22: No buffer space available
This can me there really is no memory when it's trying to create the
socket, but of course we know there is.
So it's more likely someone has screwed with the sysctls and/or security
& you are being denied the space.
Maybe back out all those OpenSSL patches which were recently needed, when
they discovered it could be compromised - hehehehe *grin*
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