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SubjectRe: 2.2.x NFS service causing routing/networking failures?
David Woodhouse wrote:
>
> joseph@5sigma.com said:
> > Okay, twice this evening I've seen my 2.2.16-kernel based i586 (K6-2)
> > machine become ignorant of the utility of eth0. Both times I'd been
> > playing mp3 audio on another linux box from an NFS volume served by
> > the machine that went nuts.
>
> Let me guess - eth0 is a tulip card? Try a different driver. There are
> three in the kernel sources - de4x5, tulip and old_tulip.
>
> You're probably using 'tulip'. Switch to 'old_tulip'.

Hello, I'm using a realtek 8029 (ne2k-pci) that sometimes hungs, it
stops working, nothing in the logs, no more interrupts, no respond to
either ip or arp.

ifdown & ifup don't solve it, neither rmmod insmod (ne2k-pci, 8390), and
BTW a 3c503 in the same machine continues to work ok (8390 based also).

So, a silent drop off the net and no other solution than a reboot.

>
> --
> dwmw2

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Jorge Nerin
<comandante@zaralinux.com>
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