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Re: Debian 9.2, VSphere 6.5.0, "TCP performance may be compromised"

On Wed, Oct 18, 2017 at 11:34 AM, Sven Hartge <sven@svenhartge.de> wrote:

You will get the "suspect GRO implementation" with 5.5 as well, but it
is harmless. I have not yet found any performance problems.

Yes, still receive that message, even with the VM option set.

It's an ugly story, but a Win 7 update Monday broke Flash, so the VSphere
client stopped working (was OK on Win10). Unfortunately the flash and pepper
plugins were total failures on Debian 8.9 too (yes, I upgraded, downgraded, tried every
permutation). And unfortunately the HTML5 version of the VSphere app doesn't permit
editing of, for example, that vmxnet3 parameter for mitigation of

So, cursing like a Viking, I installed Ubuntu 17.04 (it's Debian-based he said sheepishly....).
And lo and behold, if you upgrade Flash and firefox to the most recent levels
(but nothing older than that...) VSphere web client works again.

Flash has been annoying me for years now. Glad it's on the way out.....Nick G

Sigmentation fault. Core dumped.

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