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SubjectRe: Locked up 2.4.10-pre11 on Tyan 815t motherboard.
Bruce Harada wrote:
>
> On Wed, 19 Sep 2001 11:09:29 -0700
> Ben Greear <greearb@candelatech.com> wrote:
> >
> > When I opened the machine the first time (before I powered it up),
> > I noticed that the CPU fan's wires were tangled in the fan such that
> > it couldn't move.. I fixed that, but it could have been run before
> > I received the machine... Could that cause this problem you think??
>
> Doubtful. Since it's an 815, I presume you're running a PIII (correct me if
> I'm wrong) - newish PIIIs have reasonable overheating cutout features, and
> if overheating had damaged the CPU, I'd be very surprised if it worked at
> all, rather than just locking up on certain sizes of network packets.

Yes, it's a PIII 1Ghz. I'm not sure how important the packet sizes
are: I can lock it with 64 byte and 128 byte packets, with the commonality
being that the CPU is maxed out and there are a massive number of little
packets all over the place.

Also, the traffic I'm running is raw packets sent straight to the
driver, not IP....

I took out the 4-port Tulip NIC and I haven't locked it up yet, though
I'm getting really sorry performance out of the sketchy machine for
some reason or another. Still, the problem definately seems related
to the DLINK 4-port NIC at this point...

Ben

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