nfe: can not cvs sources anymore!
ohartman at mail.zedat.fu-berlin.de
Sun Nov 19 13:09:47 PST 2006
Kris Kennaway wrote:
> On Sun, Nov 19, 2006 at 07:25:41PM +0100, O. Hartmann wrote:
>> Ruslan Ermilov wrote:
>>> On Sun, Nov 19, 2006 at 03:08:58PM +0100, O. Hartmann wrote:
>>>> Using these two sources for getting nfe() driver support for my FreeBSD
>>>> 6.2-BETA/AMD64 box was pretty convenient in the past weeks due to my big
>>>> interrupt problems using the nve() driver.
>>>> But with yesterday, I can't get the sources anymore. nfe() isn't yet a
>>>> part of the 6.2 BETA, that's what I looked first for, so can anybody
>>>> help me out? Is nfe() a part of 6.2-REL in the near future or are there
>>>> other reasons stop spreading the sources via that cvs source?
>>>> Thanks for your help in advance,
>>> Did you try the version at
>>> ? I use it and except for some peer-to-peer gigabit problems I
>>> didn't notice any other bad signs. It's far more stable that
>>> what we have now in the CVS tree.
>> Thank you for the link.
>> No, I did not try this link since I thought the CVS tree's version was
>> the stabelst version we have. I find it convenient by pushing it via net
>> using cvs just after I upgraded my CVS tree of the sources for the
>> operating system. I will keep this link in mind.
>> Is there a date we can this driver expect in FreeBSD 6.2? Or is the
>> driver more subject to be merged in 6.2-STABLE and for 6.3? nve() isn't
>> suitable, neither with SCHED_ULE (which I use now again) and with
>> SCHED_4BSD, because on my hardware platform the interrupt generation is
>> much higher than that of the nfe() driver - and due to this massive
>> interrupts useless for me.
> Please remember to turn off SCHED_ULE before submitting any and all
> future bug reports, thanks :-)
Well, yes, I do this, and as I wrote above, the problem ist even worse with SCHED_4BSD. And SCHED_ULE is now my defaukt, beacause FreeBSD 6.2-PRE/AMD64 ADN i386 is as freezing for short periods of times as never seen before ...
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