On Fri, 10 Oct 2008, Kenn Humborg wrote:
> In fact, it's actually worse than I initially thought. Sometimes,
> all the OSPF routes disappear and never come back when I bring up
> eth0:1 or do the ip addr add, but restarting ospfd gets them back.
> I'm not in a position to look at the logs right now, but ospfd
> moans something about not being able to find an ASBR for certain
First off, 0.98 is ancient. I've no idea whether it would fix your
problem, but we could at least discount a raft of bugs if you could
install the latest release (0.99.11 - you can build an rpm straight
from the tarball with 'rpmbuild -tb ...').
Next, presuming the problem continues, is to figure out where things
are going wrong:
- is zebra losing track of the interface somehow?
'sh interface' in the zebra CLI (or vtysh)
- is ospfd?
'sh ip ospf interface' (ospfd cli)
- are the OSPF adjacencies being affected somehow?
'sh ip ospf neighbor'
- what about the OSPF routes?
'sh ip ospf route'
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