twa breakage onAMD64with18.104.22.168wareversionand2005-01-1103:00:49
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vkashyap at amcc.com
Thu Mar 3 21:22:59 GMT 2005
> can't wait to test..
> I'm just about to revert to FreeBSD i386 this week-end as i can't put
> up with the constant amd64 crashes anymore...
> It's not just the twa driver ; the NFS server often start to
Just FYI, the patch Scott's talking about will be in busdma and not twa.
> take 100%
> of CPU time and various network utilities crashes once a week.
> I didn't notice much speed increase when I moved from i386 to
> amd64 so
> it's not going to be too much of an issue to revert back (except
> Subversion server: for some reasons it's much faster on amd64)
> On 04/03/2005, at 7:50 AM, Scott Long wrote:
> > Jean-Yves Avenard wrote:
> >> Well, it may work for you, but not for me.
> >> Still hangs exactly in the same spot.
> >> Jean-Yves
> >> On 21/01/2005, at 12:24 AM, Michael Meltzer wrote:
> >>> looks like patch3 worked, good job! I had to turn off
> TWA_DEBUG to
> >>> get the boot going, the debug was starving the boot on a
> 9600 baud
> >>> terminal. I can increase the speed and caputer the output
> on monday
> >>> if it will help(it on the large side, bigger than the 10,000 line
> >>> capture buffer in am using). I incude 2 iozone reports,
> the first
> >>> one the new driver the second one the old driver, Is
> thier a way to
> >>> increase the "read ahead" in freebsd?? -mjm
> >> ---
> > I have a patch that I'll be posting for review tonight that
> > will put all of this to rest. Stay tuned, and harass me if
> you don't
> > see it by tomorrow.
> > Scott
> Jean-Yves Avenard
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