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SubjectRe: 2.4.16 freezed up with eepro100 module
Nathan Poznick writes:
> Thus spake Sven Heinicke:
> >
> > The 2.4.16 kernel finally makes my clients happy with memory
> > management. The systems that froz up is a Dell of some sort or other
> > with two 1Ghz Pentium IIIs and 4G of memory. But, now I seems to be
> > having ethernet problems. With and eepro100 card:
>
> I've encountered the same problem, with the same hardware setup (I
> believe it's a Dell 2400, or something like that), on 2.4.14+xfs. For
> me it didn't lock up the entire machine however, it only seemed to
> kill the network - I was able to reboot the machine cleanly once I got
> to the console. (message from yesterday with the subject 'failed
> assertion in tcp.c') I too, am open to suggestions :-)
>

I suspect that I would of been able to reboot it if I was at work in
the middle of the night. I am unable to try older kernels as until
2.4.16 I had memory issues. The process that was doing so much eth0
is ran for like 3 days before the freeze.

Sven
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