Subject: Re: TLP 21143 support?
To: Stephen M Jones <>
From: Matt Thomas <>
List: port-alpha
Date: 12/29/2001 12:08:32
At 11:56 AM 12/29/2001 -0600, Stephen M Jones wrote:
>Hi! I've got a DEC DE500-BA 21143:
>de0 at pci0 dev 2 function 0
>de0: interrupting at kn300 irq 40
>de0: DEC DE500-BA 21143 [10-100Mb/s] pass 3.0
>de0: address 00:00:f8:09:a8:0f
>de0: enabling 10baseT port
>I'm wanting to try the 'tlp' device driver because I have a
>strange NFS issue while (apparently) using the 'de' driver.
>I've set:
>options TLP_MATCH_21143
>But then I realised after looking at:
>$ grep MATCH /sys/netbsd/dev/pci/if_tlp_pci.c
>#ifdef TLP_MATCH_21040
>#ifdef TLP_MATCH_21041
>#ifdef TLP_MATCH_21140
>#ifdef TLP_MATCH_21142
>I wouldn't have a match.  However, there are references to the
>21143 and I'm just curious how I should proceed.  Should I
>try defining 'TLP_MATCH_21142' ?  Would the 21143 be supported?

Yes you should.

You probably should bump up NMBCLUSTERS to 4096 or higher.

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