I'm experiencing poor performance on an old FreeBSD system and the only anomaly I see so far are syslog messages of the form:
Jul 1 12:10:50 myserverXXX kernel: 16.0ccdd219377c0d80 too long Jul 1 12:11:06 myserverXXX kernel: 15.eb6402ce33a49600 too short Jul 1 12:11:23 myserverXXX kernel: 16.23e50a5d764d9b80 too long Jul 1 12:11:38 myserverXXX kernel: 15.ea4694f5f1d81d00 too short
These seem to be pretty close to four per minute but not precisely at 15 second intervals.
This sort of message should win a special prize for being uniquely useless as a search phrase.
What does it mean? Is it likely related to the source of my performance issues? What should I do to mitigate this?
(Can we create a "mysterious-messages" tag for, umm, mysterious syslog messages, error or warning messages etc?)