Subject: Re: 3c940 problem
To: None <Krejcik@dkv.hkr.cd.cz>
From: Klaus Klein <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 02/03/2004 18:23:12
On Tue, Feb 03, 2004 at 07:36:23AM +0100, Krejcik@dkv.hkr.cd.cz wrote:
> I tried netbsd-current on ASUS A7V600 (VIA KT600 chipset). Everything
> works fine except the integrated gigabit ethernet.
> It prints
> skc0 at pci0 dev 9 function 0skc0: can't find mem space
> during start up.
> In mailing list I found this post:
> What does it mean interrupt mitigation? Could it solve my problem? Where can
> I set this?
Interrupt mitigation inserts a (configurable) delay between the
processing of a packet by the interface and the delivery of the
associated interrupt, optimizing for the case of the interface
being able to receiving a few more quick packets from the wire
which the driver then could dispatch in a single interrupt.
(See around line 990 of if_sk.c.)
Your problem is not related to this. For some reason the
control/status registers cannot be mapped into memory space;
the chip apparently supports mapping those into I/O space
using a different base address register in its PCI config
space, but at a glance at least the mapping part of that
code path (look for SK_USEIOSPACE) seems incomplete.