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ORBTree Error

ORBTree Error

ORBTree Error

Has anyone ever seen or heard of the following error message from System Monitor:

Warning!  ORBTree: (01f6faa8) is full

I think it is linked to DHCP, but don't have a solution, or a place to start.


S. Mick

RE: ORBTree Error

I have seen the following over and over again just before the Blaster virus took down the system I was looking at:-

   45247mS PRN: WARNING:
   45248mS PRN: OSBTree: (013b5cc0) is FULL

RE: ORBTree Error

Basically, this message indicates a broadcast storm on the network and the IPO is receiving too many pings that it can handle, hence it reboots. This could be caused by a virus or hardware fault on the network etc etc.

RE: ORBTree Error

This has happened more recently due to the Blaster virus, this causes the PC on teh network to start sending loads of ip broadcasts, the IPO and Alch's can put up with so much then there buffer becomes full and thus rebooting occurs..

godd old Network Storming..

Come IPGuru you missed this one!

RE: ORBTree Error

Didnt miss it jedi - too busy trying to sort out a pillock of a cust who will not accept that there problem is due to thier own dirty network!

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