[Beowulf] tcp error: Need ideas!
gerry.creager at tamu.edu
Sun Jan 25 15:29:07 EST 2009
Joe Landman wrote:
> Gerry Creager wrote:
>> Joe Landman wrote:
>>> I wonder if the switch could be implicated. We have seen some
>>> (cheap) GbE switches not support (in practice) jumbo frames
>>> (irrespective of literature).
>> Been there, done that. HP claims to be able to handle packets up to
>> 9000 bytes of payload. (9122 total, IIRC)
> Ok, modern Procurves are good. Its unlikely to be this.
>> But here's the one I love:
>> -bash-3.2# ethtool -K tso off
>> no offload settings changed
Patrick Geoffray reminded me that typing in the whole command including
the port might have helped. I've got to retry this, but I think I
actually have done this correctly (with all appropriate params) and it
> Hmmm... driver sounds borked if it advertises being able to turn tso
> on/off and then doesn't let you.
>> I apparently can't control things with ethtool...
> ... smells like the driver.
>>>>> I'll go snag the new driver and compile it. After all: What can it
> Any luck with this? I pulled down the tarball and built it here on a
> 2.6.9 based machine without incident. Not RPM format (no .spec file),
> but fairly painless to build.
Now a task for "later tonight" since I've got a deadline breathing down
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