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SubjectRe: test12: eth0 trasmit timed out after one hour uptime
On Wed, Dec 13, 2000 at 03:01:29PM -0800, Joseph Cheek wrote:
> Dec 13 14:51:46 sanfrancisco kernel: NETDEV WATCHDOG: eth0: transmit
> timed out
> Dec 13 14:51:46 sanfrancisco kernel: eth0: transmit timed out, tx_status
> 00 status e680.
> Dec 13 14:51:46 sanfrancisco kernel: Flags; bus-master 1, full 1;
> dirty 3306(10) current 3322(10).
> Dec 13 14:51:46 sanfrancisco kernel: Transmit list 00000000 vs.
> c7c732a0.
> Dec 13 14:51:46 sanfrancisco kernel: 0: @c7c73200 length 8000002a
> status 0001002a
> Dec 13 14:51:46 sanfrancisco kernel: 1: @c7c73210 length 8000002a
> status 0001002a
> Dec 13 14:51:46 sanfrancisco kernel: 2: @c7c73220 length 8000002a
> status 0001002a
> Dec 13 14:51:46 sanfrancisco kernel: 3: @c7c73230 length 8000002a
> status 0001002a
> Dec 13 14:51:46 sanfrancisco kernel: 4: @c7c73240 length 8000002a
> status 0001002a
> Dec 13 14:51:46 sanfrancisco kernel: 5: @c7c73250 length 8000002a
> status 0001002a
> Dec 13 14:51:46 sanfrancisco kernel: 6: @c7c73260 length 8000002a
> status 0001002a
> Dec 13 14:51:46 sanfrancisco kernel: 7: @c7c73270 length 8000002a
> status 0001002a
> Dec 13 14:51:46 sanfrancisco kernel: 8: @c7c73280 length 8000002a
> status 8001002a
> Dec 13 14:51:46 sanfrancisco kernel: 9: @c7c73290 length 8000002a
> status 8001002a
> Dec 13 14:51:46 sanfrancisco kernel: 10: @c7c732a0 length 8000004b
> status 0001004b
> Dec 13 14:51:46 sanfrancisco kernel: 11: @c7c732b0 length 8000004b
> status 0001004b
> Dec 13 14:51:46 sanfrancisco kernel: 12: @c7c732c0 length 8000002a
> status 0001002a
> Dec 13 14:51:46 sanfrancisco kernel: 13: @c7c732d0 length 8000002a
> status 0001002a
> Dec 13 14:51:46 sanfrancisco kernel: 14: @c7c732e0 length 8000002a
> status 0001002a
> Dec 13 14:51:46 sanfrancisco kernel: 15: @c7c732f0 length 8000002a
> status 0001002a

I have this too since testX-Kernels are released.

I use a "3Com Corporation 3c905B 100BaseTX [Cyclone] (rev 24)"
(actually two of them ;-)).

> after reboot it works fine again [i'll give it an hour...] test12-pre8
> and before worked fine. any ideas?

This seems to be code to debug these timeouts.

It didn't cause any harm AFICS, but I CC'ed the Author of this
code anyway.

Regards

Ingo Oeser
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