On Fri, 16 Mar 2012 16:46:46 CDT, rader@... said:
> Can someone/anyone replicate? Test with the msg from Ken to this list today,
> March 16 2012 at 11:35:44 -0400?
Wow. So I'm not hallucinating (at least not this time :)
Been seeing this, haven't had a chance to track it down. Looking at exmh's
.xmhcache files, I have 145,141 total messages listed in .xmhcache entries, and
the bug is affecting 3,266 of them. So there's an anectodal value for the frequency.
A few random samplings from my NANOG folder:
45498 * Fri 17Feb 5442 Sven Olaf Kamphui RE: Colo Vending Machine <<On Fri,
45533 * Fri 17Feb 4658 Owen DeLong Re: Common operational misconceptions <<On Feb 17, 2012, at 11:04 A
45536 * Sat 18Feb 5813 Masataka Ohta Re: Common operational misconceptions <<David Ba
45588 * Mon 20Feb 4990 Lamar Owen Re: WW: Colo Vending Machine <<On Friday, February 17, 201
45814 R* Wed 7Mar 5746 Jack Bates Re: Huawei edge routers.. <<On 3/7/2012 9
45927 * Tue 13Mar 4564 Joel jaeggli Re: shared address space... a reality! <<On
45964 21:10 EDT 4403 To:nanog@... Clueful security contact at humana.com? <<An
A quick test shows it's stable - several different scan patterns consistently
failed the same messages in my NANOG folder (scan last:100, scan 45498 45533,
Interestingly enough, Ken's 11:35 message did *not* trip over the bug, so
there's some state that's different between your machine and mine. My first
guess is number/length of Received: headers?