On Tue, Aug 3, 2010 at 21:23, Michael Cronenworth <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> *On 08/03/2010 04:00 PM, Mark W. Jeanmougin wrote:
>> To fix it, I went into the BIOS, set things back to default, then
>> changed the ACPI version to 3.0. *Now things work OK.
> Actually, that's not the fix. I thought this 'fixed' it too, but you'll
> have a broken network in a few hours.
> The fix is to disable PCI-E ASPM. In the BIOS there is an option for
> Active State Power Management, and you need to set it to disabled.
That didn't work for me.
> There is a hardware flaw in the 82574L that prevents ASPM from working.
> Reference this thread:
> https://sourceforge.net/tracker/?func=detail&aid=2908463&group_id=42302&atid=44744 9
Thanks for the link!
I was able to add "pcie_aspm=off" as a kernel parameter. Now, things
seem to work again. We'll see how long this lasts before something
As a side note, the NIC doesn't properly activate on boot. I get a
message saying that there is no link present, check cable. A simple
"ifup eth0" gets packets moving again. This NIC seems to leave much
to be desired.
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