It's would be a logical conclusion that it's an issue with the "re" driver then. I cant get my 8.2-RC1 XENHVM kernel to boot so had to resort to GENERIC, the HVM kernel just panics and I remember seeing something along the lines of "do something smart?"

does this patch you mention fix that?

On 27/01/11 02:48, Nick Sayer wrote:
I saw this same high collision count before I converted my RootBSD domU from 
GENERIC to XENHVM. I do not see any collisions show up in netstat -i with 
xn0/xn1 instead of re0/re1.

Of course, I needed kern/154302's patch to make the XENHVM kernel work. I hope 
that gets committed and merged back in time for 8.2-RELEASE.

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