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You can subscribe to this list. Attachments: On Wed, 2014-12-31 at 17:48 +0100, Rickard Strandqvist wrote: > Remove the function i40e_rx_is_fip() that is not used anywhere. > > This was partially found by using a static code analysis program > called cppcheck. > > Signed-off-by: Rickard Strandqvist > > --- > drivers/net/ethernet/intel/i40e/i40e_fcoe.c 9 --------- > 1 file changed, 9 deletions(-) Thanks Rickard! I thought I had some patches in my queue that started to make use of that function, but come to find out, I don't.:-) I will add your patch to my queue, thanks!
Sorry about that. The arch I'm on is AMD64, thus it should be cache coherent.
I haven't done a PCI bus trace. I put the 82574L NIC into the same machine which has the 82576 and it worked there as well. Original new for machines. The 82576 works for both PXE as well as under Linux, so it's not a problem with the card. I'm assuming it's probably a DMA problem or something.
I can add extra code to check stats registers or something if there are registers which would be a dead giveaway of that packets are coming in but not being DMAed or something. On Mon, Dec 29, 2014 at 11:06 AM, Ronciak, John wrote: > HI Brandon, > > You haven't given us much to go on here. Is this on x86 (Intel) > architecture or something else?
Is the system cache coherent? Is it set > up of big or little end-in? If the DD bit is never getting set it could be > a cache coherency problem of some kind. Have you done a PCI bus trace to > see what's happening on bus? Did the 82574 fetch the receive descriptors? > Is the device writing the packets into host memory and just never setting > the DD bit?
> > Let us know. We may have other ideas if you tell us more?
Also, does > running Linux and the Linux driver on that same HW work? > > Cheers, > John > > > -----Original Message----- > > From: Brandon Falk [mailto:bfalk@.] > > Sent: Saturday, December 27, 2014 7:40 PM > > To: e1000-devel@.
> > Subject: [E1000-devel] Porting 82574L driver to 82576 RX problems > > > > I hope this mailing list is not specifically just for UNIX dev. > > > > I have a custom OS (not based on any existing OS) that has a 82574L > driver. Autocad 2017 mac student. > > It's very minimal but it's capable of RX and TX at gigabit speeds with > UDP. > > > > I got a new box with an 82576 NIC and booted up my OS on it.
TX worked > out > > of the box but RX is having problems. Basically I poll for RX descriptor > flags > > until DD is set. Descriptor done simply is never getting set on the > > 82576 machine. > > > > Anyone have an idea of what problem I may be having?
Is there some > > filtering that is done by default? I run with unicast promiscuous and > multicast > > promiscuous as well as accept broadcast packets. I'm only doing a single > > queue, and I reset the device fully in my OS. I would check with the netconsole people on this one.
/getting-started-with-quickbooks-for-mac/. I'm not sure netconsole is well supported and some of the things it does to queue up data before the interface is ready can cause issues with our driver. We tried fixing our driver but the kernel community, IIRC, said netconsole should be fixed instead. At the time there wasn't anyone who wanted to fix netconsole. Todd Fujinaka Software Application Engineer Networking Division (ND) Intel Corporation todd.fujinaka@.
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(503) 712-4565 -----Original Message----- From: Kevin Newman [mailto:knewman@.] Sent: Friday, December 26, 2014 2:00 PM To: 'e1000-devel@.' Subject: [E1000-devel] ixgbe Driver Crashing with netconsole Enabled on Boot Hi, I'm seeing the following Call Trace when using netconsole with an Intel X540-AT2 and ixgbe. This could be a BIOS issue as well. If you can't track this down to a specific software bug, you'll have to file the issue with Supermicro and they'll contact us if they need our help. Todd Fujinaka Software Application Engineer Networking Division (ND) Intel Corporation todd.fujinaka@. (503) 712-4565 -----Original Message----- From: Steffen Persvold [mailto:sp@.] Sent: Friday, December 26, 2014 11:14 AM To: Fujinaka, Todd Cc: e1000-devel@.; Daniel J Blueman Subject: Re: [E1000-devel] Sporadic packet loss observed with newer in-kernel drivers (5.2.15-k) Hi Todd, I don’t think it’s related to queues/settings in the OS per se. These machines use shared-mode PHY for BMC (IPMI) access also, and when we get packet loss in the OS driver, we also see packet loss on the BMC side.