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SubjectRe: eepro100 status?
On Mon, Aug 21, 2000 at 01:32:46PM +0100, Tony Hoyle wrote:
> Andrey Savochkin wrote:
> > There are different reasons for "no resource" reports.
> > The first possible is a big traffic bursts exhausting the whole RX ring.
> > This cases are rare.
> This is on a home 100MB network with 4 machines on it. Pretty hard to
> saturate
> without going to a lot of effort.
> > Some people see "no resource" messages immediately after initialization.
> > It's a bug in the initialization sequence, not completely solved yet.
> This must be what I'm seeing. It generally happens after booting.
> > But there are known workarounds.
> What are they? (editing the network startup to init the device twice?)

Slowdown of the initialization.
I recommend to insert udelay(1) before each wait_for_cmd_done() call from

Best regards
Andrey V.
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