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On Wed, Aug 16 2000, Michael Westermann wrote:
> Hi,
>
> we've some problems with the integrated tlan-cards in our Compaq ProLiant
> 1600 Server. I've tried several kernels (2.2.13..2.2.16)
> and switched the configuration to a second maschine.
> Always the same problems. System hangs after some days
> I've tried different IRQs for the tlan-card and the other integrated
> cards as well. Kernel is patched with ext3
> The second Card is a rtl8139.
> The TLAN work on a 10 Mbit Lan.
>

This is a PCI parity error.


> The Servers Crashes with NMI-Mem Error's, we have tested with two
> differend mashines.
>
> Aug 14 15:14:24 d1006k kernel: TLAN: eth1 irq= 5 io=2460, Compaq
> Netelligent Integrated 10/100 TX UTP, Rev. 16
> Aug 14 15:14:24 d1006k kernel: TLAN: eth1: Starting autonegotiation.
> Aug 14 15:14:27 d1006k kernel: TLAN: eth1: Autonegotiation complete.
> Aug 14 15:14:27 d1006k kernel: TLAN: eth1: Link active.
> Aug 14 16:41:32 d1006k kernel: TLAN driver, v1.0, (C) 1997-8 Caldera, Inc.
> Aug 14 16:41:32 d1006k kernel: TLAN: eth1 irq= 5 io=2460, Compaq
> Netelligent Integrated 10/100 TX UTP, Rev. 16
> Aug 14 16:41:32 d1006k kernel: TLAN: eth1: Starting autonegotiation.
> Aug 14 16:41:35 d1006k kernel: TLAN: eth1: Autonegotiation complete.
> Aug 14 16:41:35 d1006k kernel: TLAN: eth1: Link active.
> Aug 14 17:49:26 d1006k kernel: TLAN: eth1: Adaptor Error = 0x180002
> Aug 14 17:49:28 d1006k kernel: TLAN: eth1: Starting autonegotiation.
> Aug 14 17:49:32 d1006k kernel: TLAN: eth1: Autonegotiation complete.
> Aug 14 17:49:32 d1006k kernel: TLAN: eth1: Link active.

This is probaly hardware related, but could you try out tlan v1.3b from
http://tlan.kernel.dk.

The tlan driver is trying to recover from this error by doing a full adapter
reset, and renegotiating link speed/duplex.
How many times do these message appear before your system hangs? and by "hang"
do you mean completely system lockup?

--
Torben Mathiasen <torben.mathiasen@compaq.com>
Linux ThunderLAN maintainer
http://tlan.kernel.dk
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