Intel Pro/1000T frames dropping&overruns
David.Geldreich at sophia.inria.fr
Wed Feb 27 06:52:30 EST 2002
yes you should install the latest Intel PRO/1000 driver. I am
currently using the 4.0.7 and its release notes states:
Driver Hangs Under Heavy Traffic Loads
Intel is aware that previously released e1000 drivers may hang under
specific types of heavy traffic loads. This version includes a
that resets the adapter automatically if a hang condition is detected.
This workaround ensures network traffic flow is not affected when a
occurs. Additional workarounds or a fix will be added as they become
Hope this helps.
Mikhail Kuzminsky wrote:
> we are testing connection of 2 dual nodes w/Pentium III Tualatin
> 1266 Mhz CPUs (Tyan Thunder S2518 mobos). Both nodes uses
> Intel Pro/1000T NIC installed on PCI-64/66 Mhz slots.
> (They are "old" cards: we buy them in begin of 2001;
> if I'm correct, Intel produce now new modification).
> RH 7.2 (kernel 2.4.7-10enterprise, driver e1000 from RH
> distribution) is installed on both nodes.
> We found that ping -s 2048 or TCP_STREAM tests of netperf-2.2alpha
> leads to "hang up" of connection.
> Ifconfig says that there is Rx errors: for something
> about 300 packets received we have about 30 dropped and overrruns.
> options e1000 RxIntDelay=nn
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