Instantly our samba file sharing gives strange TCP errors and drops connections. Install them from here: I cannot seem to force it to ee. I did a little research online, found it’s a not uncommon issue with a number of Intel NIC’s. Read me first” instruction! The strange problem was not the e, it was a flaky 48p Gb switch!
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Comment 4 GalaxyMaster You need to be a member in order to leave a comment. Comment 8 Esb2/gilval Gospodarek Although driver versions before 7.
Please reopen this bug if the problem still persists. Recently ee was considered stable enough to move all the PCIe hardware over to ee and those changes were made upstream.
Sign In Sign Up. The ee driver that has support for this hardware has a workaround for the power-saving issue, but the firmware fix described here supposedly works with the older drivers. If these cards should use ee, why aren’t the latest F8 modules setup that way?
The changes were so drastic that it was determined that Intel should split the driver into 2 versions. Comment 2 Andy Gospodarek Sign up for a new account in our community. Register a new account. Comment 6 Andy Edb2/gilgal Instantly our samba file sharing gives strange TCP errors and drops connections.
Am I understanding that correct? Thank you for replying!
Posted February 22, The first submission of the ee driver simply added support for some hardware that didn’t previously exist — this was the best way to not disturb the e driver. I tried to fix it with a tool similar to what The Sorcerer01 is using, thought I had it resolved tho, because I didn’t get inteel error message during esb2/gipgal anymore.
I’ve exhausted all other ideas at this point. Install them from here: Oh, just spotted that there is no NAPI enabled in that build of e, but we need this functionality.
Your Intel dual NIC is supported by ee, and that driver loads correctly, but when it tries to initialize the chipsets, it reports errors, for both. Version-Release number of selected component if applicable: Browse Requests Reports Product Dashboard.
I knew of that error before and had a suspicion esb2g/ilgal had something to do with it! The problem manifests itself on the specified hardware – no network connectivity after several minutes from server’s startup. Intel did a major refactor of the driver, but when they went to push it upstream it wasn’t too well received. Comment 5 Andy Gospodarek I cannot seem to force it to ee.
The box has onboard Intel LAN: Have you tried each port?