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SubjectRe: 21041 transmit timed out
On Mon, 12 Mar 2001, Geert Uytterhoeven wrote:
> I made a list of driver versions that showed the problem so far:
>
> | Tulip driver version 0.9.14 (February 20, 2001)

Wow! 0.9.14 in my 2.4.3-pre2 kernel just seem to have recovered from the
problem:

| NETDEV WATCHDOG: eth0: transmit timed out
| eth0: 21041 transmit timed out, status fc660000, CSR12 000001c8, CSR13 ffffef05, CSR14 ffffff3f, resetting...
| eth0: 21143 100baseTx sensed media.
| NETDEV WATCHDOG: eth0: transmit timed out
| eth0: 21041 transmit timed out, status fc260010, CSR12 000002c8, CSR13 ffffef0d, CSR14 fffff73d, resetting...
| NETDEV WATCHDOG: eth0: transmit timed out
| eth0: 21041 transmit timed out, status fc260010, CSR12 000002c8, CSR13 ffffef0d, CSR14 fffff73d, resetting...
| eth0: Out-of-sync dirty pointer, 243506 vs. 243524.

And eth0 is back online.

The next few lines in the syslog do look suspicious, though:

| release_dev: driver.table[1] not tty for ()
| release_dev: driver.table[7] not tty for (FikXZdoGQcCWQFGjV5evDzG+mv
| Q1jmH5buYh7LWpmXr8mfjykOCoR2Ry+NmzL3sE49mLozzdT22tUJKu6ztÄPÂÜð)
| Warning: dev (04:08) tty->count(2) != #fd's(1) in release_dev
| release_dev: driver.table[7] not tty for ()
| Warning: dev (04:41) tty->count(2) != #fd's(1) in tty_open
| Warning: dev (04:08) tty->count(3) != #fd's(1) in tty_open
| Warning: dev (04:41) tty->count(3) != #fd's(2) in tty_open
| Warning: dev (04:41) tty->count(3) != #fd's(2) in release_dev
| Warning: dev (04:41) tty->count(3) != #fd's(2) in tty_open

Gr{oetje,eeting}s,

Geert

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