Subject: Re: ex0 weird error
To: Andrew Brown <email@example.com>
From: Peter Seebach <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 12/14/2000 13:54:55
In message <20001214132821.A20424@noc.untraceable.net>, Andrew Brown writes:
>yep. looking back, i can see that you asked about this before. 5 Sep
>1999 to be exact. funny...but that message (and the actual patch) are
>not in the mailing list archives on netbsd.org.
I *am* getting old.
>>Okay, now that it's known, I'll just ignore it. Whatever the fix was,
>>though, it did work for me, so maybe it should get pulled into the tree -
>>unless it's ugly, in which case, maybe it's time to analyze what's wrong
>>with it. :)
>i don't think it did. the first of the two line changes seems to have
>gone in in a slightly altered form. the second one-liner doesn't look
>like it went in. here it is again.
I'll apply this, and I bet it'll work.
While I'm at it:
I'm doing NFS testing. With ex0, I was getting about 7MB/sec writes to
the NFS server. With an fxp0, I was getting no more than 5. Anyone know
of a reason why an fxp0 should be slower than an ex0, detectably, on a 500Mhz