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Re: Potential re(4) / netbsd-4 / i386 problem?
> I've managed to reproduce this now in netbsd-5 too (source is about 3
> months old, not sure if there have been any changes since):
> re0: discarding oversize frame (len=9041)
> re0: discarding oversize frame (len=16158)
> panic: kernel diagnostic assertion "pcg->pcg_avail == 0" failed: file
> "../../../../kern_subr_pool.c", line 2580
> As I think I've said before, the actual crash point is different
> every time but the panic is always preceded by the discarding
> oversize frame. Sometimes the len in the oversize frame message
> is len=-1.
I'm afraid it's memory corruption caused by hardware or PCI BIOS problem.
What happens if you change
> cfg = RE_CPLUSCMD_PCI_MRW;
> cfg = 0;
in re_init()? Or can you have newer BIOS for your hardware?
That's the only change that affects xfers in rev 220.127.116.11 and 18.104.22.168.
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