Subject: Re: pci/fxp performance quirks
To: None <email@example.com>
From: Hal Murray <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 08/13/1999 03:13:11
[Sorry for all the clutter tonight.]
I found a way to make the fxp timeouts happen on Intel boxes too.
This is a full duplex point-point link. (no hubs or switches) (The
machines are right next to eachother. It's just a short crossover
I'm trying to fill up both directions on that link. I'm getting
a total of ~190 megabits.
Aug 13 01:29:29 hgm96b /netbsd: fxp1: device timeout
Aug 13 01:30:00 hgm96b last message repeated 6 times
Aug 13 01:32:04 hgm96b last message repeated 20 times
Aug 13 01:42:07 hgm96b last message repeated 100 times
Aug 13 01:52:10 hgm96b last message repeated 102 times
Aug 13 01:58:23 hgm96b last message repeated 61 times
Nothing on the other end. That's slightly surprising. The test
is almost symetric. It's using UDP. The "server" side does recvfrom
and sendto. The "client" side does a bind then send/recv.