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SubjectLocked up 2.4.10-pre11 on Tyan 815t motherboard.

I was running a network stress test (sending lots of 64 byte packets
on the DLINK 4-port NIC and two EEPRO-100 NICs. This ran for 5 minutes,
and all was good (about 12Mbps of 64byte packets)..

Then, I re-started the test with 128 byte packets. As soon as traffic
started, the whole machine locked up. Couldn't even ping it from another
machine. I had to hold down the power-switch for about 5 seconds before
it reset (ie it wasn't even listening to the power-down??)

I'm using the eepro100 driver that is included in the kernel, btw. This
used to have a lockup problem, but I thought it was fixed...

I'm going to see if I can re-produce this. If so, can someone suggest
a way to get more/better debugging information??

Thanks,
Ben

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