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SubjectRe: eepro100: card reports no resources [was VM-global...]

On Tue, Oct 31, 2000 at 02:32:44PM -0500, Michael O'Donnell wrote:
> Also, here's a possibly useless personal note WRT the
> eepro100 resource msgs, FWIW: I was recently using remote
> KGDB to work on an unrelated problem on an MP Pentium
> box with integrated eepro100. Whenever I'd leave one CPU
> stopped in the kernel debugger for a very long time I'd
> get those "no resource" messages from (I believe it was)
> the Enet driver when I finally allowed that CPU to continue
> running. I never noticed any other ill effects though
> I wasn't looking too hard for them at the time. I don't

It may be a legitimate case of "no resource" messages: the receive ring
is full because interrupts aren't served for a long time.
The problem is spurious "no resource" conditions, when there are plenty of
ready buffers.

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