I have a Dell 1U Server with Intel(R) Xeon(R) CPU L5420 @ 2.50GHz, 8 cores running Ubuntu Server Kernel Version 3.13.0-32-generic on x86_64. It has dual 1000baseT networking cards. I have it set up to forward packets from eth0 to eth1.
I have noticed that in my kern.log file it keeps hanging then resting. This is happening often.
@pigiron - Thanks for the diligent response. I should add that this only happens when I use netctl with the following line; if I comment it out, and set the mtu size manually, no errors.ExecUpPost='/usr/bin/ip link set eno1 mtu 2000'As to your comment on flow control...
I have a problem with my ethernet wired connection that doesn't work on ubuntu 13.10, using Intel 82579LM controller. On the same pc, windows 7 works perfectly, so I guess that it's a driver issue.
The "lshw" command says that installed driver is 2.3.2-k version, quite an old one.
I downloaded the last intel driver version e1000e-2.5.4.tar.gz, but...
I'm a new android user. I just rooted my phone using CF auto root. After that i tried to install CF 3D Pro driver, but my phone hang and i pulled the battery because it stated there to do so if the phone is hang or freeze aftter 2 mins. My phone hang ever since i pulled the battery. I've tried reset to factory setting and clear cache but the phone still hang.
skunktrader wrote:In my experience it doesn't actually "hang" if the nfs server is down. There is a long (2 minute?) timeout, after which the shutdown completes sucessfullySorry for the slow response - bad couple of weeks....In this instance, it really is a hang - I've waited for more than 30 minutes on a couple of occasions.I've also discovered a few other things.
I'm having issues with my new motherboard's (ASRock z87m Extreme 4) integrated Intel network card (Giga PHY Intel I217V), where I'm trying to instal the e1000e driver on a Debian USB bootable drive (kernel version 2.6.32-5) but having no luck.