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SubjectRe: 3c59x very slow with 2.6.X
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Frank Steiner <fsteiner-mail@bio.ifi.lmu.de> writes:

> Bernd Schubert wrote:
>> Hello,
>> somehow the network speed is reduced to 14MBit with 2.6.X on my
>> system, with 2.4.X it has full 100MBit.
>> As all our systems boot diskless this is really annoying and I will
>> reboot 2.4.27 soon.
>> euklid:~# nttcp -T hamilton2
>> Bytes Real s CPU s Real-MBit/s CPU-MBit/s Calls Real-C/s CPU-C/s
>> l 8388608 4.73 4.60 14.2004 14.5911 2048 433.36 445.3
>> 1 8388608 4.73 0.03 14.1984 2236.9621 6145 1300.12 204833.3
>
> No problem here: both machines have a 3com 3c905CX-TX and run kernel 2.6.7.
>
> zassenhaus /root# nttcp -T riemann
> Bytes Real s CPU s Real-MBit/s CPU-MBit/s Calls Real-C/s CPU-C/s
> l 8388608 0.71 0.01 94.9903 7457.3690 2048 2898.87 227580.8
> 1 8388608 0.71 0.04 93.9984 1598.0964 5794 8115.57 137975.4
>
> The driver is compiled into the kernel, not as module. Could that make a
> difference for you?

FWIW, I'm using a 3c905C-TX with kernel 2.6.6 and 3c59x as a module,
without any problems at all.

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Måns Rullgård
mru@kth.se

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