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The driver provided by Dell does not have MSI-X enabled so it has not been found to fail, if your bug is the same bug as the one that Dell and I are persuing. But often, they don’t recover within 12 hours or more.
[SOLVED] Broadcom BCM – eth devices missing
Comment 18 John Feeney Broadcom Corporation Unknown device rev linu 0a: I will get back to you, but it might be a while. Comment 9 Kevin Graham Start network flow over production network 2. Broadcom Corporation physcial id: No such device as well as a permision denied error to create socket for “eth0” and ultimately failed to raise network interfaces.
Comment 34 John Brier We’ve historically avoided the Dell-provided drivers as non-standard.
Using the bnx2 driver from Dell’s support page seems to help. Note that registered members see fewer ads, and ContentLink is completely disabled once you log in. Broadccom network flow over iscsi network 3. PowerEdge R I’m going to try the workaround by disabling msi. I’ve been struggling with it for about a month, and finally came across this bug report.
Broadcom Corporation NetXtreme II BCM Gigabit Ethernet Network | Ubuntu
Report Ubuntu bugs here: It ki out we saw this problem with earlier kernels as well – gigabti least Thanks again to all for the above info. Situation solution starting point: PCI info for the is: OP needs to get the firmware. Visit the following links: Broadcom Corporation Unknown device rev 20 Subsystem: Thanks for the suggestion. But all our systems are running John Feeney Comment 5 Kevin Graham We’re going to shut down acpid for a start and see how that goes.
We had this same issue. If you must stay on RHEL 5. Comment 7 Stephan Wiesand