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**To**:**Kengo NAKAHARA <k-nakahara%iij.ad.jp@localhost>****Subject**:**Re: Possible regression in wm(4)?****From**:**Bert Kiers <kiers%original.xs4all.nl@localhost>**- Date: Wed, 15 Nov 2017 13:49:52 +0100

On Wed, Nov 15, 2017 at 11:54:56AM +0100, Bert Kiers wrote: > On Wed, Nov 15, 2017 at 11:31:59AM +0900, Kengo NAKAHARA wrote: > > Hi, > > Hi, > > > > But still no traffic. > > > > Oh...., the dmesg is as expected, but the behavior is not. > > Hmm, sorry, could you give me the following information? > > + "intrctl list" result on NetBSD-8 > > - before trying traffic and after it > > - full dmesg on NetBSD-8 which boot with "-xv" option > > - full dmesg on NetBSD-7 (which boot -xv if you can) > > - "acpidump -dt" result > > Most of this you can find in http://netbsd.itsx.net/kern52717/ > The n8 directory contains the output of the original NetBSD-8 > kernel, not with any of the patches. If that was not your plan, > please tell me. > > Not the intrctl output yet, since I only have NetBSD-7 userland. > Building that userland now, so that too will be there in a little > while. The ouput of intrctl list is now there. By the way, ifconfig -v shows an increasing number of queue drops. What are those? root@yvresse:~# uptime 1:44PM up 2:04, 1 user, load averages: 0.00, 0.12, 2.49 root@yvresse:~# while true ; do ifconfig -v wm1 |grep drops ; sleep 10 ; done input: 50 packets, 7200 bytes, 20062 queue drops input: 50 packets, 7200 bytes, 20079 queue drops input: 50 packets, 7200 bytes, 20101 queue drops input: 50 packets, 7200 bytes, 20111 queue drops input: 50 packets, 7200 bytes, 20136 queue drops input: 50 packets, 7200 bytes, 20165 queue drops input: 50 packets, 7200 bytes, 20192 queue drops input: 50 packets, 7200 bytes, 20201 queue drops input: 50 packets, 7200 bytes, 20219 queue drops input: 50 packets, 7200 bytes, 20235 queue drops input: 50 packets, 7200 bytes, 20246 queue drops input: 50 packets, 7200 bytes, 20252 queue drops input: 50 packets, 7200 bytes, 20273 queue drops Tcpdump -i wm1 -n does not show them. I think that is about the number of incoming packets I would expect. I double verified ipf is disabled. Grtnx, -- B*E*R*T

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