On 27 February 2013 18:59, Derrick Dantavious Edwards
> Yes. When I start the system, I get those messages. Wireless Link fails to
> establish thus causing all services requring link to fail....ie NFS . Soon
> after I am at the command prompt or GUI, I can ping hosts however, I have to
> /etc/rc.d/mountlate to get remote filesystems connected. Thanks for your
right. Well, those network services should only (re)start once the
network link is up.
But as to why the network link is taking a while to come up; I'm not sure.
The device timeouts are a known race. It's not indicative that a
device timeout actually did occur. Fixing the watchdog to be actually
correct is on my TODO list but it's fallen behind in priority.
I have a feeling that the probe requests aren't being given enough
time to go out. Would you mind trying to change the eventtimer /
timesource (sysctl kern.eventtimer and sysctl kern.timecounter); see
if that helps things along?
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