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Date:	Wed, 06 Aug 2008 21:43:18 -0400
From:	David Stuart <>
To:	David Stuart <>
CC:	Alan Cox <>,
Subject: Re: Problems with disk + network on

David Stuart wrote:
> Alan Cox wrote:
>> That would be great - if it makes no difference, yet high network 
>> traffic
>> is the key factor then it mostly eliminates bugs in the network drivers
>> from suspicion. At that point its time to dig deeper into the chip 
>> config.
> Hi Alan,
> So I switched back to my old on-board network card (removing the prior 
> card altogether from the case). I tried my test-case, which involves 
> downloading some big files while simultaneously running a find command.
> I *was* able to reproduce the issue fairly quickly.
> The key difference is that this time I was using the skge kernel 
> module for networking. So, I tend to agree that it is most likely not 
> a network driver problem.


It occurs to me that you might be implying there is some "chip config" 
that I can retrieve and give to you. Is there anything I can/should do 
in order to give you more information, or is this pretty much out of my 
hands at this point?

Should I be filing a bug report for this?

The only way to keep your health is to eat what you don't want, drink
what you don't like, and do what you'd rather not.
                -- Mark Twain

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