Subject: NetBSD-2.0.2 and rtk0 at 100BaseTX?
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From: Josh Tolbert <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 06/06/2005 21:33:05
It's been a long time, but I dusted off my trusty old Dreamcast and decided to
get 2.0.2 working on it. It took me a little under an hour, but I'm in shape
now using the NetBSD-built base, etc, comp and kern-GENERIC sets. I'm going to
be writing up something on how to get all of this working in the near future,
but I still have one nagging question...
Does the rtk0 interface still choke under high NFS load at 100BaseTX? I'd love
to run the thing at 100BaseTX; I'm thinking the machine would be a lot more
responsive, etc. Has anyone else bothered trying this? I have no problems
giving it a shot on my own setup, but if someone else has already pounded on
it I'd be interested to hear about their findings.
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