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    SubjectRe: Intel EEPro 100 with kernel drivers
    Juergen Hasch:
    > If you use the e100 driver, you can look at
    > /proc/net/PRO_LAN_ADAPTERS/eth0.info
    > If the "Tx_TCO_Packets" entry isn't zero after NFS times out,
    > this may be your problem.
    > With the eepro100 driver you will only see overruns with ifconfig.

    Here's the full /proc/net/PRO_LAN_Adapters/eth0.info output (after NFS
    timeouts):

    gekko:~# cat /proc/net/PRO_LAN_Adapters/eth0.info
    Description Intel(R) 8255x-based Ethernet Adapter
    Driver_Name e100
    Driver_Version 1.6.22
    PCI_Vendor 0x8086
    PCI_Device_ID 0x1229
    PCI_Subsystem_Vendor 0x1028
    PCI_Subsystem_ID 0x009b
    PCI_Revision_ID 0x0008
    PCI_Bus 2
    PCI_Slot 4
    IRQ 16
    System_Device_Name eth0
    Current_HWaddr 00:B0:D0:F0:8B:65
    Permanent_HWaddr 00:B0:D0:F0:8B:65
    Part_Number 07195d-000

    Link up
    Speed 100
    Duplex full
    State up

    Rx_Packets 27747043
    Tx_Packets 25999146
    Rx_Bytes 1730389022
    Tx_Bytes 21884644
    Rx_Errors 0
    Tx_Errors 0
    Rx_Dropped 0
    Tx_Dropped 0
    Multicast 0
    Collisions 0
    Rx_Length_Errors 0
    Rx_Over_Errors 0
    Rx_CRC_Errors 0
    Rx_Frame_Errors 0
    Rx_FIFO_Errors 0
    Rx_Missed_Errors 0
    Tx_Aborted_Errors 0
    Tx_Carrier_Errors 0
    Tx_FIFO_Errors 0
    Tx_Heartbeat_Errors 0
    Tx_Window_Errors 0

    Rx_TCP_Checksum_Good 0
    Rx_TCP_Checksum_Bad 0
    Tx_TCP_Checksum_Good 0
    Tx_TCP_Checksum_Bad 0

    Tx_Abort_Late_Coll 0
    Tx_Deferred_Ok 0
    Tx_Single_Coll_Ok 0
    Tx_Multi_Coll_Ok 0
    Rx_Long_Length_Errors 0
    Rx_Align_Errors 0

    Tx_Flow_Control_Pause 0
    Rx_Flow_Control_Pause 0
    Rx_Flow_Control_Unsup 0

    Tx_TCO_Packets 0
    Rx_TCO_Packets 1
    scbp = 0xf89da000 bddp = 0xf77568c0


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