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Old 09-27-2008, 03:20 PM
Reiner Schmid
 
Default Network traffic bugs in Hardy caused by r8169 driver/Kernel 2.6.24 ?

Hello,

I think the most network traffic bugs/problems in Hardy-ltsp-server are
caused by the r8169 module of kernel 2.6.24.

My two servers with realtek gigabit networkcard have problems. Network
traffic sleeps for some time.

I tried a new complete installation with hardy, But I had no success to
build a sufficient network speed to boot and work with the clients.

Today I upgraded from aGutsy to Hardy. It seems to work ( I will test it
with 9 clients next week)

So I think Hardy is ok.

Reiner





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Old 09-27-2008, 03:20 PM
Reiner Schmid
 
Default Network traffic bugs in Hardy caused by r8169 driver/Kernel 2.6.24 ?

Hello,

I think the most network traffic bugs/problems in Hardy-ltsp-server are
caused by the r8169 module of kernel 2.6.24.

My two servers with realtek gigabit networkcard have problems. Network
traffic sleeps for some time.

I tried a new complete installation with hardy, But I had no success to
build a sufficient network speed to boot and work with the clients.

Today I upgraded from aGutsy to Hardy. It seems to work ( I will test it
with 9 clients next week)

So I think Hardy is ok.

Reiner





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