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SubjectRe: hard lockup on 2.4.20 w/ nfs over frees/wan
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On Thu, 2003-02-20 at 11:44, Jeff Garzik wrote:
> On Thu, Feb 20, 2003 at 11:16:13AM -0500, Shaya Potter wrote:
> > 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?
>
> I have gotten reports the 2.4.20 pcnet32 is buggy.
>
> Can you test 2.4.20 with 2.4.19 version of pcnet32.c?

I'll do it at the beg. of next week, as I'm not going into the Lab
tomorrow.

I'm using 2 basically (as in have gotten serviced and parts replaced)
netfinity's. 1 seems to work perfectly well w/ the pcnet32 driver/card,
while the other one was having serious issue. Strangely enough, I took
about a 10% hit in performance when I went from the "broken" pcnet32
card to the intel eepro 100 on my informal nfs benchmarks (at least for
the ones that would complete w/o hanging the computer)

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