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Re: ifconfig on re0 panics Toshiba Satellite M115-S3094 with RealTek 8101E chipset

From: Joe Talbott <josepht@xxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Sun, 10 Dec 2006 19:40:58 -0500
Mail-followup-to: kernel@crater.dragonflybsd.org

On Sun, Dec 10, 2006 at 11:07:08AM -0500, Joe Talbott wrote:
> On Sun, Dec 10, 2006 at 03:23:12PM +0800, Sepherosa Ziehau wrote:
> > On 12/10/06, Joe Talbott <josepht@cstone.net> wrote:
> > >I bought a Toshiba Satellite M115-S3094 which has a PCIE NIC that has
> > >a RealTek 8101E chip.  When I try to ifconfig the interface to assign
> > >it an IP address my machine panics.  I have posted some photos of the
> > >panic message and a db trace.  I have also posted a verbose dmesg and
> > >pciconf output here:
> > >
> > >http://www.xenno.com/dfbsd/
> > >
> > >There are two directories 'panic1' and 'panic2'.  Panic1 says "RAM
> > >parity error" and suggests hardware failure, yet this is the second
> > >laptop (exact same model) that I've tried and the panic persists
> > >(though I don't have pictures from the first laptop).  I am running
> > >1.7.0-DEVELOPMENT from December 8, 2006.
> > 
> > Can you get a coredump, and post the back trace?  That will be helpful.
> I was unable to get a coredump.  Entering 'panic' at the db> prompt
> did not provide me with a core dump neither did 'call dodump'.
> After syncing with today's HEAD I don't get the panic, though the
> re(4) interface comes up I cannot pass data on the connection.
> I have posted[1] the latest dmesg, pciconf, ifconfig and a tcpdump from
> the laptop as it tries to ping my desktop using the re(4) interface.
> The MAC addresses appear to be shifted the same as the first laptop as
> I reported on IRC.
> > 
> > >
> > >There are other issues as well that may or may not be related.  I have
> > >a USB ethernet adaptor (aue) that auto negotiates to 10baseT/UTP on
> > >FreeBSD 6.1-RELEASE to negotiates to 100baseTX.  The laptop has
> > 
> > mmm, I didn't quite understand here, do you mean that aue(4) will
> > operate at 10UTP on dfly?
> Yes, on dfly aue(4) operates at 10UTP on freebsd it operates at 100TX.
> I can force the interface to 100baseTX full-duplex and it works but
> slightly slower than 10UTP.

Possibly related to this is that if I delete my pkgsrc tree and 'cvs
up' it again I use up about 250 mbufs according to netstat -m.  If I
immediately run 'cvs up' again on the freshly updated tree I start to
see my mbufs climb quite quickly.  Which I believe lead to this error
output before my laptop crashed.

Dec 10 14:43:35 neptune kernel: aue0: no memory for rx list -- packet


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