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UDP Packet receive errors on oracle linux

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Hi I am receiving UDP packet receive errors on my oracle linux server.
The packet size error remains constant.
Udp:
    64640074 packets received
    17614 packets to unknown port received.
    1731 packet receive errors
    48670578 packets sent

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Question by:NeelSeshan
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run tcpdump and figure out what's coming in that's extraneous.

What do you mean "packet size error remains constant"? The UDP packet is always the same number of bytes that causes the error? If that's the case it should be easy to capture the offending packet with tcpdump.

Good luck,
Steve
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