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SubjectRe: Intel EEPro 100 with kernel drivers
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Am Donnerstag, 1. November 2001 10:06 schrieb Thomas Langås:
> Juergen Hasch:
>
> I'm testing now, however, running eepro100-diag gave me some interessting
> output:
>
> Sleep mode is enabled. This is not recommended. Under high load the card
> may not respond to PCI requests, and thus cause a master abort.
>
> How do I disable sleepmode? I've never even enabled it.

The sleep bit is sometimes enabled by default (it was for me).
You can clear it with eepro100-diag (I think it was the -Gww option).

The documentation for eepro100-diag is somehow sparse, but
clearing the sleep bit was discussed on the eepro100 mailing list at
scyld.com in great detail. You might want to browse the archives there.

...Juergen
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