Horrific performance and stability problems
Wed Nov 3 11:56:28 1999
Don Becker's v0.11 driver has been the only one that I've used that has
worked reliably... you might want to try it:
Gary Jackson wrote:
> I'm having a lot of problems with the v0.14 driver for the GNIC-II
> card. With nttcp, I'm getting 4-6Mbits accross the network (both
> accross a PowerRail 2200 and back to back). These errors appear on
> the console, and in /var/log/messages:
> kmem_free: Either bad obj addr or double free (objp=cf27a000, name=size-2048)
> The nodes eventually crash (but have been pretty stable when I haven't
> been pushing the NICs).
> The nodes are dual processor running Redhat 6.0 with SMP kernel
> I've tried increasing the value of max_interrupt_work, but that hasn't
> alleviated the problem. For now, I'm going to try with kernel
> v2.2.13, and with the normal ethernet interface (3COM 3c980) driver
> loaded as a module.
> Any help rendered is greatly appreciated.
> Gary Jackson
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