Re: Network problem on Proliant w/Debian
The only problem I've had with my eepro100 is transmitter lockup's
(kernel driver says so and then fixes it). I personally wouldn't buy
On Fri, Feb 02, 2001 at 08:58:57PM -0800, Duane Powers wrote:
> um, I'm sorry, I wasn't following the whole thread, but I am using
> eepro100 cards almost exclusively on debian and redhat boxen... they
> work great, even with 2.4 (starting at 2.4pre8) for about 5 months
> now... I previously was using the boomerang/vortex 3com nic's, but had
> reliability problems with them....
> I would conclude (forgive my presumptions...) that for everyone who has
> had problems with brand A, there is someone who swears by it, and vice
> versa... Just my twocents.
> Vasil Kolev wrote:
> > I had a lot of problems with eepro100 cards, and wouldn't recommend it to
> > anybody using linux....as Andrey Savochkin (the current maintainer of
> > the driver) said once , " I'm working on the next generation workaround"
> > .... And , yes, under 2.4 it refuses to work..... My advice is - get
> > 3com 3C905B , modify max_interrupt_work in linux/drivers/net/3c59x.c to
> > something like 1024, and live happily ever after....
> > On Fri, 2 Feb 2001, Alexander Reelsen wrote:
> >> Hi
> >> I am having heavy problems with getting eepro100 cards to run on Compaq
> >> Proliant DL 360.
> >> The nics just work fine on a 2.2 Kernel, so a physical error can be ruled
> >> out. I already tried to get the card working with all stable 2.4 kernels,
> >> some AC and some pre-ones.
> >> Here's the error message I get, when trying to do a ping:
> >> eth1: Transmit timed out: status a090 0c00 at 28/58 command 0001a0000
> >> I looked at the source in 2.2.18 and 2.4.1, when this message is printed
> >> out and I couldn't find any significant difference (there also aren't any
> >> changing #defines).
> >> What makes wondering some more is, that the same card works in any other
> >> computer around here, so it must have something todo with 2.4 and
> >> Proliants.
> >> Does anyone suffer from similar experiences or am I the only one?
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