rl0: watchdog timeout + 40,
000 ms ping with 7.1-BETA-i386-disc1.iso
jhs at berklix.org
Sun Sep 28 09:21:50 UTC 2008
> From: "Julian Stacey" <jhs at berklix.org>
> Date: Fri, 26 Sep 2008 19:54:04 +0200
> Message-id: <200809261754.m8QHs41D011762 at fire.js.berklix.net>
"Julian Stacey" wrote:
> > From: "Julian Stacey" <jhs at berklix.org>
> > Date: Fri, 26 Sep 2008 19:16:57 +0200
> > Message-id: <200809261717.m8QHGvmx011312 at fire.js.berklix.net>
> "Julian Stacey" wrote:
> > > > I'm remaking binaries,
> > New generic kernel built & installed, & install of all src/ done too.
> > No improvement.
> > > Is there reliable way to reproduce the issue?
> > Its continuous, the machine virtually never does a ping in less
> > than 10 seconds.
> > > Anyway, would you try attached patch and let me know result?
> > Thanks
> > Done, doesnt help.
> > Seeing a new message now too:
> > ping: sendto: No buffer space available.
> > Output of vmstat -i and pciconf -lv look the same as before
> > It's a small card. Weighs 46 gram. I was going to write
> > I could simply post it to you, & you could keep it if you
> > want. As I had quessed it might be some new kind of card
> > unexperienced before,
> > RTL8139D, card just says made in China
> > But I just grabbed another card
> > card says Level One.
> > chip 8139B
> > & with both patched kernel & original no improvement.
> > So I tried a totaly different card xl0 fails too,
> > I think that 3com xl0 card was OK before in another box,
> > so I'd guess not an rl problem, Sorry.
> > Probably not 7.1 either, but probably a BIOS config problem of some sort.
> > IRQ 12 was listed in Award BIOS as Primary, options were also secondary or disabled, so Ive set it disabled.
> > PNP OS Yes
> > Resources: Auto
> > "Reset config data" to Enabled (I forgot before after card changes)
> > Did another restore BIOS factory defaults, no help.
> > Moved xl0 to another slot (all other 3 slots never use I guess, as
> > chassis plates not torn off on what I guess is original chassis.
> > No luck with xl0
> > I'm out of ideas.
> Got it working on xl
> interrupt problem, I turned off lpt com2 & something else
> in bios.
> Got to go out now
> Ill go back to rl0 too & report back soon
> thanks for help both !
I'm wrong it is Not working.
(I typed my own own card address of 192.168.x.x by mistake,
not the 192.168.x.x of another host on net. )
Ive fiddled more with BIOS IRQ to no good effect
(not suprsing, dont understand some options in BIOS & no
MOtherboard manual for this Award BIOS 2A6LGB09, on box:
fujitsu siemens t-bird
I was wondering if setting anything to polling might help a bit
I went looking with syctl -a -d | grep hw.pci
hw.pci.do_power_nodriver: Place a function into D3 state when no driver attaches to it. 0 means
hw.pci.do_power_resume: Transition from D3 -> D0 on resume.
hw.pci.enable_io_modes: Enable I/O and memory bits in the config register. Some BIOSes do not
hw.pci.enable_msi: Enable support for MSI interrupts
hw.pci.enable_msix: Enable support for MSI-X interrupts
hw.pci.honor_msi_blacklist: Honor chipset blacklist for MSI
hw.pci.host_mem_start: Limit the host bridge memory to being above this address. Must be
hw.pci.irq_override_mask: Mask of allowed irqs to try to route when it has no good clue about
hw.pcic.intr_mask: Mask of allowable interrupts for this laptop. The default is generally
hw.pcic.pd6722_vsense: Select CL-PD6722's VSENSE method. VSENSE is used to determine the
> Do you have poll enabled for rl0 ?
I didnt understand question but after "man 4 polling" & eg
ifconfig xl0 192.168.100.64 polling
I dont see ifconfig -a showing polling
Still stuck not working, with
BSD showing: xl0 on irq10
BIOS showing irq10 disabled
Changed bios irq10 to "Secondary" rebooted.
PC Manufacturer has no manual on line (to describe BIOS options)
Ideas & comments welcome !
Julian Stacey: BSDUnixLinux C Prog Admin SysEng Consult Munich www.berklix.com
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