This message occurs when the number of connection requests for a socket reaches the maximum. These connection requests include partially completed connections and connections that are ready to be accepted.
- Corrective Action
Network misconfigurations can cause connectivity issues such as asymmetric routing, which causes loss of ACKs. Check the network for any such misconfigurations. A Denial of Service attack and an overloaded system can also be reasons for such an event. Contact NetApp technical support.
- Syslog Message
Number of connection requests for the socket bound to port %d having the IP address %s has reached the limit of %d connections. The socket uses %s protocol. This event has occurred %llu times since the last warning.
port (INT): Local port bound to the socket.
ipAddress (STRING): IP address of the socket.
limit (INT): Maximum number of connection requests per socket.
protocol (STRING): Protocol used by the socket.
count (LONGINT): Number of occurrences for this event since the last warning.