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vortex named # ip tunnel add sit0 mode sit ttl 64 remote 206.123.31.115 ioctl: No buffer space available Anyone get that error before?...
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    ioctl: No buffer space available


    vortex named # ip tunnel add sit0 mode sit ttl 64 remote 206.123.31.115
    ioctl: No buffer space available


    Anyone get that error before?

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    Certainly not. Are you sure that you actually have memory available?

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    There is plenty of unused swap so yes I do.

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    Hmmm... I wonder. I checked the kernel source yesterday, but I don't really remember everything that I checked exactly. Due to lazy programming, this ioctl will return ENOBUFS even if it is register_netdevice() that fails. I guess that could happen if sit0 already exists. Did you check with ifconfig -a?

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