As sugggested by Noc, I have build a new boot image with a maximum of 2048 file descripters/process ( Proc32 -f 16 2048 8000) and tried. But no effect.
Our Bandwidth Manager is showing around 20 times the error message
“vp_freepkt: Bad file descriptor.” while transfering a 5MB file at a
bandwidth regulation of 1Mbits/sec, irespective of the available no.of
file descripters/process.(even I have tied with Proc32 -f 16 10240 20480,
then too I got around 20 error messages.).
We have implemented a queueing discipline (CBQ) in the application space, where we are getting network packets using the VPI (Virtual Packet
Interface) as a IP FILTER. These queueing disciplines keeps the netwoks
packets for a while and send them back in a random order(not in the
sequeuece in which packets are received). Will this make any problem in VPI (keeping packets for a while in memory and send them back in a random order)?
Or is there any way to configure the Virtual Packet Interface?
Please give us some solution/suggestion/comments.
Thanks in advance