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SubjectRe: [NFS] General network slowness on SIS 530 with eepro100
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>>>>> " " == Christian Reis <kiko@async.com.br> writes:

> Helle there,
> I've been, for the past days, setting up a fairly big diskless
> network based on Linux. I've chosen to use 2.4.19 as the kernel
> because there were some hardware requirements, and for most of
> the newer boxes, it runs fine. However, for three of the older
> boxes, we have had some pretty odd performance and stability
> issues. This message is about the latest one, which is an ASUS
> P5S-B (has the infamous SIS 530 chipset) on an intel eepro100
> card. Details:
Is all this NFS over UDP? If so, numbers should not really have
changed in 2.4.19 ( - yes my patchset changes things, but stock 2.4.19
should not be too different w.r.t 2.4.18)

Are you able to determine where in the 2.4.19-pre series the
performance dies?

Cheers,
Trond
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