Sparc slowdown - problem identified...

Marcel Moolenaar marcel at xcllnt.net
Fri Aug 15 22:14:26 PDT 2003


On Fri, Aug 15, 2003 at 10:31:59PM -0600, Tillman wrote:
> 
> hme0: <Sun HME 10/100 Ethernet> mem 0xe0000000-0xe0007fff at device 1.1 on pci1
> hme0: Ethernet address: 08:00:20:c6:7f:c7
> 
> hme1: <Sun HME 10/100 Ethernet> mem 0x2800000-0x2807fff at device 0.1 on pci3
> hme1: Ethernet address: 08:00:20:c6:7f:c7
> 
> arp: 192.168.23.3 is on hme0 but got reply from 00:10:4b:69:2a:86 on hme1
> arp: 192.168.23.3 is on hme0 but got reply from 00:10:4b:69:2a:86 on hme1
> arp: 192.168.23.3 is on hme0 but got reply from 00:10:4b:69:2a:86 on hme1
> 
> Any ideas?

Both hme0 and hme1 have the same MAC address. Suspicious...

> Is it possible that the hme interfaces are numbered in a
> different order with the new kernel, similar to how the disk devices
> could have been renumbered (but that wasn't an issue for me)?

Yes, definitely. When you enable OFW_NEWPCI, compare the old dmesg(8)
with the new one to see what has changed and correct your setup
accordingly.

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