watchdog network card
shih at math.jussieu.fr
Mon Mar 27 10:37:25 UTC 2006
Le 27/03/2006 à 12:02:08+0200, Michel Le Cocq a écrit
> I Jas
> I have the same type of trouble on a gigabythe motherboard with an
> onboard ethernet card.
> I run FreeBSD 6.0 but after 20 seconds ~ the card go Up again.
> Before I was under 5.4 and I don't remember a such trouble.
> The only thing I sugest before the correction is to add a PCI card :-(
I can't add another PCI card because all my PCI slot is in use.
On my server I need 5 network Interface, and I've 2 bi-dual-gigabits PCI
card and one on mothercard.
And it's more complicate because the other card have same trouble...
Of course I can remove all card ;-) but on nfs server it's little
> cat /var/log/messages
> Mar 25 21:49:29 rapace kernel: re0: 2 link states coalesced
> Mar 25 21:49:29 rapace kernel: re0: link state changed to DOWN
> Mar 25 21:49:31 rapace kernel: re0: 2 link states coalesced
> Mar 25 21:49:31 rapace kernel: re0: link state changed to DOWN
> Mar 25 21:49:45 rapace kernel: re0: link state changed to DOWN
> Mar 25 21:49:46 rapace kernel: re0: link state changed to UP
I don't have exactly same problem because when my bge0 going down he never
comme back. I just stay in down and I just have lots of message like
bge0 watchdog timeout problems
fxp1 watchdog timeout problems
Any idea ?
> >and all my network card is down. Nothing can make the network card work
> >again (only reboot working).
> >There are only one service I need on this server and it'is nfsd (and rpc.*
> >It's dual-pro ML350G4 proliant.
> >What kind problem is it ? Software problem ? Hardward problem ?
> >What kind of solution you think ?
> >Do yo think if I go to no-SMP kernel the problem can be ... bypass ?
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