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I have a little problem. Every now and again the CPU maxes out and my Internet (network) connection becomes temporarily crippled! I can't make out which processes it maxing out ...
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    100% CPU and no network


    I have a little problem.

    Every now and again the CPU maxes out and my Internet (network) connection becomes temporarily crippled! I can't make out which processes it maxing out the CPU either, it just doesn't show up...?

    My Internet connection comes in through Ethernet, I'm using Debian Unstable and Kernel 2.6.5.

    I have another Debian unstable installation, both are similar but not exactly the same, yet the other has no problems.

    Any ideas?
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    update

    Ok, some more information.

    dmesg my friend has given me something to work with.

    It seems that each time the CPU maxes out this line:

    eth1: no IPv6 routers present
    appears in dmesg.

    The reason I have no network is that it's going nuts transmitting packets.

    Anyone know how I can solve this?
    \"One World, One Web, One Program.\" -- Advertisement for Internet Explorer.
    \"Ein Volk, Ein Reich, Ein Fuehrer.\" -- Adolf Hitler.

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