On Thursday 07 March 2002 17.13, M. Warner Losh wrote: > In message: <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> > : I have xl0: watchdog timeout on my 3Com cardbus card after updating > : kernel recently. Everything seems to be OK during boot, > : but xl0: watchdog timeout starts directly after ifconfig, and makes > : network incredibly slow. > : boot -v will not boot at all, it stops somewhere around > : cardbus_attach_card. > : > : It seems the problem is in recent changes to sys/dev/cardbus, because > : taking the August version of sys/dev/cardbus/* files resolved the > : problem. > > So using a completely -current kernel, except for the "august" version > of sys/dev/cardbus/*? I wouldn't have expected that to compile, but > that's a good data point if true.
Yes, it compiled. The only complain was about DETACH_NOWARN. > : xl0: <3Com 3c656B Fast Etherlink XL> port 0x1000-0x107f mem > : 0x84002000-0x8400207f,0x84002000-0x840020ff irq 11 at device 0.0 on > : cardbus1 xl0: Ethernet address: 00:50:04:92:29:17 > > What does vmstat -i say about irq 11? This is for the new kernel: interrupt total rate stray irq0 1 0 stray irq6 1 0 npx0 irq13 1 0 ata0 irq14 1323 12 pccbb1 irq11 1 0 atkbd0 irq1 200 1 clk irq0 10417 100 Total 11944 114 This is for kernel with "august" cardbus: interrupt total rate stray irq0 1 0 stray irq6 1 0 npx0 irq13 1 0 ata0 irq14 1371 19 atkbd0 irq1 133 1 clk irq0 6868 99 xl0 irq11 63 0 So its pccbb1 on irq 11 in the first case, and xl0 in the second. Yuri > Warner > > /me gets out his 656 cardbus card and gives it a whirl. -- Yuri Khotyaintsev Swedish Institute of Space Physics To Unsubscribe: send mail to [EMAIL PROTECTED] with "unsubscribe freebsd-current" in the body of the message