On 24 Jan, Alan Cox wrote:
>> Packets appear slowly in tcpdump. It seems like its getting the data
>> in chunks, with 0.5seconds between each packet - but sending data seems
> That sounds like an interrupt is being lost. Thats why I wondered about the
> noapic option. Curious indeed.
How do I confirm that noapic was accepted and disabled the apic in the
kernel? I've been known to make typos.
Just some updates:
- Tried moving to a different IRQ - same trouble
- Tried disabling bus-master - broke
- Tried increasing max_interrupt_work - didn't help.
How can I find out where the interrupts are lost? I'm thinking of time
spent between irq disable/enable, etc.
Further info on the machine/motherboard:
Acer Altos 7000V, running 2 133MHz Pentiums.
PCI and EISA, DPT and Adaptec
Trying to find chipset details, but its sketchy.
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