Is anyone still seeing the "No buffer space availabe"
message in 5.0-CURRENT? I have checked the mail
archieve and saw several replies, but none worked in
my case.

I have a Thinkpad 600X with a Melco cardbus 10/100
ethernet card (a Realtek 8139B) running 5.0 NEWCARD
kernel with NMBCLUSTERS=16384.
"No buffer space available" occurred when I tried to
ftp a file in my Thinkpad from other client. "ifconfig
rl0 down" and then "ifconfig rl0 up" resumed the
operation for awhile until the error happened again.
Setting media to 10baseT/UTP did not suffer from this
error and got about 900Kbytes/s throughput.

Would that be a bug in the driver that ftp server is
delivering too much traffic to the NIC? Any suggestion
that I can try?


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