The Question is:
I am looking at some NIC interface statistics given to me (network MGR) by MIS.
I have a couple of questions on them.
What is meant by UDP full sockets?
What are mbufs allocated and mbufs in use?
The Answer is :
Somebody has been looking at the netstat tool, eh?
"Full sockets" indicates UDP messages that are dropped because the
socket was unable to recieve additional packages; because the socket
As for mbufs, those are the message buffers -- those that are allocated,
and those that are used.
Details on netstat and related tools are in the TCP/IP Services tuning
and troubleshooting manual.