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SubjectRe: Intel EEPro 100 with kernel drivers
Juergen Hasch:
> But your Rx_TCO_Packets counter is 1, so this may be related
> (I also got Rx overrun errors). It may be that your BMC receives the packet
> and simply chooses to ignore it because it is no valid server management
> packet.
> Could you make another test and take a look at the ?
> I could reproduce the problem when copying a large file over NFS, but not
> when transferring it via ftp. Try this a few times.
> If you can reproduce you network card being stuck only when using NFS and
> having Rx_TCO_Packets > 0 after it is stuck, this is it.
> Then you either need tu upgrade your BMC firmware or add another network card,
> which doesn't eat NFS packets.

I'm testing now, however, running eepro100-diag gave me some interessting

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.

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