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SubjectRe: hard lockup on 2.4.20 w/ nfs over frees/wan
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moved from the netfinity's onboard pcnet32 adapter to an IBM branded
Intel epro/100 w/ the intel driver in 2.4.20 and it appears very
stable. Is it possible the pcnet/32 adapter is broken or the driver is
buggy?

On Wed, 2003-02-19 at 15:36, Shaya Potter wrote:
> didn't get any responses on this, but its crashes again a few times
> again today, the status code it printed out was ffff.
>
> On Wed, 2003-02-19 at 00:56, Shaya Potter wrote:
> > I'm trying to use frees/wan 1.99 w/ NFSv3. I've been testing it w/
> > large r and wsize's (32k each). When used w/o ipsec, it seems to work
> > fine. When used w/ ipsec, make dep on a kernel source tree has
> > consistently frozen up these IBM Netfinity boxes (2*933mhz P3s w/ smp
> > kernel). One time the last thing the kernel printk'd was
> >
> > pcnet32.c: printk(KERN_ERR "%s: Bus master arbitration failure,
> > status %4.4x.\n",
> >
> > but didn't record the status number (well it was eth0: Bus master....,
> > and it's using a pcnet32 controller, so assume that's the line).
> > Usually it's locked up w/o printk'ing anything, last things I see on
> > console are the normal ipsec printk's
> >
> > Is it possible that the r/w size's are causing issues when used in
> > conjuction w/ ipsec? Am I triggering some sort of race condition? The
> > NFS client is running the exact same kernel on the same exact hardware
> > and hasn't had an issue yet.
> >
> > any ideas on what I can do to debug it?
> >
> > thanks,
> >
> > shaya
> >
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