I'll get back to you with the tracking numbers as soon as I get those.
I'm pretty clear with Sun Contributor Agreement number since I faxed it and
expect human intervention to finish the process. Is there any way to track
I'm a little bit confused about CR# though. I expected to get id upon bug
submission, but I got success message from web GUI without any id. Is it
normal? Should I resubmit the bug once I have Sun Contributor Agreement
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Garrett D'Amore [mailto:garrett at damore.org]
> Sent: Tuesday, September 25, 2007 5:36 PM
> To: Alexander Indenbaum
> Cc: request-sponsor at opensolaris.org; 'Nick Bhavsar'
> Subject: Re: Tehuti OpenSolaris drivers
> 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 #.
> -- Garrett
> Alexander Indenbaum wrote:
> > Hello,
> > I've submitted a bug/RFE with Synopsis "Tehuti 10GbE support in
> > OpenSolaris".
> > 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:
> > http://git.kernel.org/?p=linux/kernel/git/davem/net-
> > 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