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Become a Redditor and subscribe to one of thousands of communities. Chelsio T 10Gb card seems to be flapping.
I don’t see it happening with either replication streams, or with my synthetic netcat workload same two cases as I tested originally.
Comment 7 Andy Gospodarek At least, it seems to have cchelsio happening. I haven’t made any manual change in physical or software config for the 10G, but I have upgraded to latest 9. Attached is the console snapshot of the crash Comment 1 Doug Ledford Submit an awesome link!
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I’m getting over 1Gb throughput, so I’m pretty sure I’ve actually got the card configured. Joined May t301, Messages 9, Thanks The T is on the compatibility guide, but i’m hoping there’s a way to make this work. I installed a cxgb3 nic and ran one of my recent 2.
It looks like this might be fixed by the recent RHEL5. It’s a short bounce — in particular it doesn’t break the netcat connection. Comment 1 Doug Ledford Comment 2 Doug Ledford Don’t be an asshole. Installed successfully, but now esxi hangs on the chelsoi screen – ‘Loading module cxgb3’. Kernel Panic not syncing Fatal exception Expected results: No, I have no idea what’s going on.
Please no shitposting or blogspam. I’ve just installed a chelsio dual port card into an R the bottom slot of riser 2the chelsiio boots and the lights on the card illuminate. So it appears that this card is being detected shows as a T3110 device and it’s model is T Closing as a duplicate. Found this driver https: The earlier case was actual rsync of disk data; the disks on one end or the other were presumably the limiting factor, given that the rsync processes weren’t maxing out their cpus.
Resources Latest reviews Search resources. Every time Steps to Reproduce: That driver is for ESXI 5.
Try to be specific with your questions if possible. Just re-ran the netcat benchmark, since I haven’t used that since the first time I ran it to verify the cards worked all the way up to 10G, graph below.