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Re: wm(4) problems
The dmesg output might be a good idea. We're running a number of
wm(4) devices in our network, and we have virtually no trouble with them.
We have both copper and fiber-based wm(4) devices, and all work great.
This is with a mix of 3.0 and 3.1 kernels in production environments, so
they run for months and years at a time.
On Jan 12, 3:46am, Sridhar Ayengar wrote:
} Subject: Re: wm(4) problems
} Matthias Scheler wrote:
} > On 11 Jan 2008, at 22:48, Sridhar Ayengar wrote:
} >> The machine is currently running NetBSD/i386 3.0, but I've been
} >> thinking about upgrading to amd64 4.0. Will that help?
} > Yes, the wm(4) driver has been substantially improved since NetBSD 3.0
} > was released.
} > Even NetBSD 3.1_STABLE ("netbsd-3" branch) contains a lot of improvements.
} Hi Matthias.
} I didn't feel like running a full upgrade right at the moment, so I just
} got the 3.1.1 GENERIC kernel and booted it. Unfortunately, I'm still
} getting the same errors, as well as the interface flapping. Any other
} ideas? BTW, I checked, and the card is a PRO/1000 Desktop Adapter.
} Do you think the card might be bad or something? Do you need to see my
} Peace... Sridhar
>-- End of excerpt from Sridhar Ayengar
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