Subject: Re: strange NFS behavior
To: None <firstname.lastname@example.org>
From: William Bardwell <email@example.com>
Date: 12/09/1994 21:20:28
In article <+cmu.andrew.internet.computing.netbsd.port-i386+MiuApni00UfA40z8Zp@andrew.cmu.edu>,
Jason Thorpe <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
>The i486 is using the if_ed driver with a 3c503, BTW (in case it makes
This is probably the problem, the 3c503 is crap (I have dealt with them under
a zillion different un*x's them...) it will hang if it gets too many packets
right in a row... (due to running out of on card buffers...)
The ussual solution is to run nfs with lower transfer sizes...
(ie 4k instead of 8k(do rsize=4096,wszie=4096)) but someone seems to have
broken/turned the nfs options off on NetBSD 1.0...