dhcrelay prints these logs and doesn't live normally. [Can't initialize context: not enough free resources.]

glenn.satchell at uniq.com.au glenn.satchell at uniq.com.au
Mon May 31 06:38:36 UTC 2021

hi pkd,

So you're saying this only happens sometimes and it is not predictable 
when it may or may not work?

Instead of "kill -9 <pid>" use "kill <pid>" where <pid> is replaced by 
the process id number. The default is usually -15 (Terminate)


On 2021-05-31 15:59, 박기당 wrote:
> hi, Glenn.
> How do I terminate to clean up without killi -9?
> It compiles dhcp-4.2.6 and operates on embedded target systems.
> dhcrelay is being restarted when the address of the interface
> associated with dhcrelay is added or deleted.
> And I've never seen such an error before, and it's not reproduced
> afterwards, so I don't know if it's meaningful to apply strace.
> I always kill dhcrelay and run it again two seconds later.
> regards,
> pkd.
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