Are you still getting the -100 errors when trying to load the VF driver?
I've tried SR-IOV on a system here, and I can confirm that traffic stops
passing on the PF interface when you create a VF interface. That didn't
used to happen, so I'm investigating why that is right now.
On Wed, Feb 24, 2016 at 8:09 AM Ultima <ultima1...@gmail.com> wrote:
> Decided to do some more tests, I actually have a second board with sr-iov
> capabilities that I used for awhile with vmware esxi. I decided to test
> this out and unfortunately it won't activate, it is giving the no space
> left on device error message. I double checked bios and all VT-d related
> options are enabled and have hw.ix.num_queues="4" in /boot/loader.conf. Is
> there anything else that may need to be set? .(It did work on vmware)
> For my second test, I moved the X540-AT1 to the board with the X540-AT2.
> It functioned with the same issues as the AT2 tho.
> I don't think I listed the motherboards in question yet so ill list them
> S1200BTLRM -
> - http://b2b.gigabyte.com/products/product-page.aspx?pid=5146#ov
> I'm not sure if it will be of any help tho.
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