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SubjectRe: 2.2.1 and Tulip weirdness
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"Guenter L. Wolf" <i243@stio1.fh-wuerzburg.de> writes:

> I just had something weird going on here. When I came here the machine
> (Dual PPro, 128MB RAM, running an unpatched 2.2.1SMP) was writing to the
> logs like theres no tomorrow. System response was normal, but one of the
> network-interfaces was down, and I was unable to bring it back up. The
> logs showed about 30000 lines of:
>
> Feb 25 09:38:49 xpc29 kernel: eth0: Somethinffffff.
> Feb 25 09:38:49 xpc29 kernel: eth0: Something Wicked happeffffff.

I got something like this when I accidentally removed the card from
the slot and tried inserting it again, without restarting system.
No problems after power off/on.
--
Krzysztof Halasa
Network Administrator of The Palace of Youth in Warsaw

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