PCI-64: how to find
David.Geldreich at sophia.inria.fr
Mon Feb 25 10:47:46 EST 2002
I am currently evaluating an Intel Pro/1000 fiber in a PCI 64/66
The information about PCI 64/66 is found in the driver info:
Description Intel(R) PRO/1000 Network Connection
I have tested bandwidth with ttcp talking to 19 100Mb/s machine and
got 930 Mbit/s bandwidth in either direction.
I am currently having problem with fullduplex; the driver and my
switch are telling fullduplex, but doing ttcp in both direction
simultaneously gives only 520Mbit/s in both direction (a total of
1040Mbit were I expect 1800Mbit).
Is there (objective) comparison chart (bandwidth + latency) of
Gigabit ethernet vs Myrinet vs Dolphin ?
Thanks in advance.
Mikhail Kuzminsky wrote:
> Dear netters.
> I want to find some confirmation that my installed
> RH 7.2 "understand" that it works with PCI-64.
> (We are using some dual mobos from Tyan which supports
> 64-bit PCI slots). We have Intel Pro1000T NICs installed
> in PCI-64 slots, but I didn't find any information
> that Linux works in "PCI-64" mode.
> May be this information must be presented somewhere
> (/proc/pci, /var/log/messages etc ) ?
> Thanks for help !
> Mikhail Kuzminsky
> Zelinsky Institute of Organic Chemistry
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