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.