Once I know the CR number (which has yet to be assigned, due to the way
the triage system works, which mere mortals like myself don't fully
understand...) I'll be happy to act as your sponsor for this case.
You should get an e-mail message in the next day or two with the CR
number. Please respond with the CR number, and then we'll have to get
you added to the list of outstanding CRs.
Also, you'll need to know your Sun Contributor Agreement number. As I
understand that you have faxed it in, you need to get back the number.
Once you have got a response from that, please let us know your SCA# as
well as the CR #.
Alexander Indenbaum wrote:
> I've submitted a bug/RFE with Synopsis "Tehuti 10GbE support in
> We have a year old ALPHA quality GLDv3 based driver, which was tested
> on SunOS 5.10 Generic_Patch_118844-30 powered by amd64. We produced
> the driver based on Nevada b40 GLDv3 header file using Sun C 5.7 Patch
> 117837-04 compiler. The driver provides fully functional full duplex
> TCP/IP network interface. The release is stable enough to support
> iperf stress tool.
> Solaris Driver Known Issues List:
> None what so ever? :)
> ? VLAN hardware offload interface not implemented
> ? Big Endian CPU architecture is not supported
> ? Multicast filtering hardware offload interface not implemented
> ? Only one port is supported
> ? NDD Solaris management interface not implemented
> ? RX performance is far from optimal
> Our main development platform is Linux and its driver provides all the
> mentioned missing features and good performance. The Linux driver is
> open source and could be used as reference implementation:
> We ready to release driver sources under CDDL license and it could be
> cool if Tehuti driver could be a part of OpenSolaris base distribution.
> Thank you,
> Alexander Indenbaum