[Kernel-packages] [Bug 1785171] Re: Intel I219-V Ethernet Interface on Ubuntu Linux Using e1000e Driver keeps Dropping Internet Connection

2019-05-15 Thread Kai-Heng Feng
nils,

Does mainline kernel still have this issue?

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Title:
  Intel I219-V Ethernet Interface on Ubuntu Linux Using e1000e Driver
  keeps Dropping Internet Connection

Status in linux package in Ubuntu:
  Confirmed
Status in linux source package in Bionic:
  Confirmed

Bug description:
  I've turned up many, many new server and workstation systems over the
  years on both Linux and Windows. Never seen anything like this
  behaviour I'm witnessing on Ubuntu Server 18.04 before where I simply
  lose Internet connectivity while using a browser.  Ethernet interfaces
  usually either work or they don't work.

  I've configured the Intel I219-V Ethernet interface (wired Ethernet
  connection, there is no wifi on this system) using the e1000e driver
  for Ubuntu.  The Ethernet connection is configured to use
  NetworkManager via Netplan on Ubuntu 18.04 LTS Server version.  ASRock
  Z370m Pro4 motherboard.

  The Ethernet interface will drop the Internet connectivity when I'm
  using either the Firefox or Chrome browser.  It usually happens when
  I'm using the search features of the browser. I can't figure out what
  would cause this type of behaviour.  When the Internet connection
  drops, the only way to get back Internet connectivity is to disconnect
  the wired connection using the Ubuntu features and then re-connect
  (this restarts the NetworkManager service I notice).

  In the NetworkManager logs I do notice an "auth" error about a file or
  directory not found. I've never seen that before.

  Note:  The auth error does not coincide with the loss of Internet
  connectivity, but it does proceed it.  Often there can be many hours
  between the auth error and the actual loss of Internet connectivity.

  After I reconnect the connection (via re-starting the NetworkManager
  service) all will be fine for up to a day or so, but then I stress
  test it with a bunch of searches using the browser and usually I can
  get the Internet connectivity to drop again.  Repeat the disconnect
  and reconnect process again (aka re-start NetworkManager) and the
  Internet connectivity will be fine again.  The longest I've seen it go
  without an "Internet connectivity drop" issue is about 36 hours.

  I notice that the e1000e driver does not list the I219-V as a
  supported Ethernet interface in the Intel documentation for the Linux
  version of the driver.  I'm not sure why that is.  The I219-V is
  supposed to used another driver, but it's not clear there's a Linux
  version for of the driver for the I219-V.

  I'm really disappointed that I've run into this issue with Ubuntu
  Server LTS 18.04 on this motherboard.  I had CentOS Server 7.4 (my
  standard server OS, a great Linux distro) on this same motherboard for
  a week with no issues, so I know the motherboard and the I219-V
  Ethernet interface are 100% good hardware wise and can work properly.
  CentOS 7.4 uses NetworkManager as the default for managing the
  Ethernet interface.

  The only reason I'm using Ubuntu Server 18.04 on this motherboard is
  because of a specific package that Ubuntu has a newer packaged version
  than CentOS. CentOS is extremely stable when it comes to basic server
  functionality.

  Hopefully, this bug with the I219-V Ethernet interface using the
  e1000e drive for Linux can be verified and a fix rolled out.

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[Kernel-packages] [Bug 1785171] Re: Intel I219-V Ethernet Interface on Ubuntu Linux Using e1000e Driver keeps Dropping Internet Connection

2019-05-06 Thread nils
I had the same symptoms as in #58 on my Lenovo ThinkCentre M720q but
running 18.04.2 desktop.

Built the latest Intel driver, signed and installed it and updated initramfs.
I've been running for half a day now without problems, when previously the 
symptoms would arise very quickly after boot.

  *-network
   description: Ethernet interface
   product: Ethernet Connection (7) I219-V
   vendor: Intel Corporation
   physical id: 1f.6
   bus info: pci@:00:1f.6
   logical name: eno1
   version: 10
   serial: e8:6a:64:75:06:75
   size: 1Gbit/s
   capacity: 1Gbit/s
   width: 32 bits
   clock: 33MHz
   capabilities: pm msi bus_master cap_list ethernet physical tp 10bt 
10bt-fd 100bt 100bt-fd 1000bt-fd autonegotiation
   configuration: autonegotiation=on broadcast=yes driver=e1000e 
driverversion=3.4.2.1-NAPI duplex=full firmware=0.5-4 ip=10.10.13.14 latency=0 
link=yes multicast=yes port=twisted pair speed=1Gbit/s
   resources: irq:134 memory:b130-b131

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Title:
  Intel I219-V Ethernet Interface on Ubuntu Linux Using e1000e Driver
  keeps Dropping Internet Connection

Status in linux package in Ubuntu:
  Confirmed
Status in linux source package in Bionic:
  Confirmed

Bug description:
  I've turned up many, many new server and workstation systems over the
  years on both Linux and Windows. Never seen anything like this
  behaviour I'm witnessing on Ubuntu Server 18.04 before where I simply
  lose Internet connectivity while using a browser.  Ethernet interfaces
  usually either work or they don't work.

  I've configured the Intel I219-V Ethernet interface (wired Ethernet
  connection, there is no wifi on this system) using the e1000e driver
  for Ubuntu.  The Ethernet connection is configured to use
  NetworkManager via Netplan on Ubuntu 18.04 LTS Server version.  ASRock
  Z370m Pro4 motherboard.

  The Ethernet interface will drop the Internet connectivity when I'm
  using either the Firefox or Chrome browser.  It usually happens when
  I'm using the search features of the browser. I can't figure out what
  would cause this type of behaviour.  When the Internet connection
  drops, the only way to get back Internet connectivity is to disconnect
  the wired connection using the Ubuntu features and then re-connect
  (this restarts the NetworkManager service I notice).

  In the NetworkManager logs I do notice an "auth" error about a file or
  directory not found. I've never seen that before.

  Note:  The auth error does not coincide with the loss of Internet
  connectivity, but it does proceed it.  Often there can be many hours
  between the auth error and the actual loss of Internet connectivity.

  After I reconnect the connection (via re-starting the NetworkManager
  service) all will be fine for up to a day or so, but then I stress
  test it with a bunch of searches using the browser and usually I can
  get the Internet connectivity to drop again.  Repeat the disconnect
  and reconnect process again (aka re-start NetworkManager) and the
  Internet connectivity will be fine again.  The longest I've seen it go
  without an "Internet connectivity drop" issue is about 36 hours.

  I notice that the e1000e driver does not list the I219-V as a
  supported Ethernet interface in the Intel documentation for the Linux
  version of the driver.  I'm not sure why that is.  The I219-V is
  supposed to used another driver, but it's not clear there's a Linux
  version for of the driver for the I219-V.

  I'm really disappointed that I've run into this issue with Ubuntu
  Server LTS 18.04 on this motherboard.  I had CentOS Server 7.4 (my
  standard server OS, a great Linux distro) on this same motherboard for
  a week with no issues, so I know the motherboard and the I219-V
  Ethernet interface are 100% good hardware wise and can work properly.
  CentOS 7.4 uses NetworkManager as the default for managing the
  Ethernet interface.

  The only reason I'm using Ubuntu Server 18.04 on this motherboard is
  because of a specific package that Ubuntu has a newer packaged version
  than CentOS. CentOS is extremely stable when it comes to basic server
  functionality.

  Hopefully, this bug with the I219-V Ethernet interface using the
  e1000e drive for Linux can be verified and a fix rolled out.

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[Kernel-packages] [Bug 1785171] Re: Intel I219-V Ethernet Interface on Ubuntu Linux Using e1000e Driver keeps Dropping Internet Connection

2019-04-24 Thread Guillaume
Some more information, somewhat related to this bug. I bought a NUC 8i5
with an Intel onboard Ethernet. Installed Ubuntu Server 19.04 on it, and
quickly had poor networking speed: ping would rise to 600ms on the LAN
(like, on the same switch as my computer) as soon as I tried to install
something through apt. Resetting the interface would fix the ping on the
LAN for SSH sessions, but as soon as a download would restart, the ping
would rise again.

I downloaded the latest 3.4.2.1 driver from Intel (vs. the 3.2.6 driver
included in Ubuntu Kernel), built it (commenting get_settings and
set_settings, since it seems to have been removed) and it seems to have
fixed the issue (consistent 0.4-1.1ms ping on LAN, no troubles
downloading at full speed vs. being capped at 100KB/s in best-case
scenario).

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lshw:

*-network:1
 description: Ethernet interface
 product: Ethernet Connection (6) I219-V
 vendor: Intel Corporation
 physical id: 1f.6
 bus info: pci@:00:1f.6
 logical name: eno1
 version: 30
 serial: 94:c6:91:af:3c:10
 width: 32 bits
 clock: 33MHz
 capabilities: bus_master cap_list ethernet physical
 configuration: broadcast=yes driver=e1000e 
driverversion=3.4.2.1-NAPI firmware=0.4-4

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Title:
  Intel I219-V Ethernet Interface on Ubuntu Linux Using e1000e Driver
  keeps Dropping Internet Connection

Status in linux package in Ubuntu:
  Confirmed
Status in linux source package in Bionic:
  Confirmed

Bug description:
  I've turned up many, many new server and workstation systems over the
  years on both Linux and Windows. Never seen anything like this
  behaviour I'm witnessing on Ubuntu Server 18.04 before where I simply
  lose Internet connectivity while using a browser.  Ethernet interfaces
  usually either work or they don't work.

  I've configured the Intel I219-V Ethernet interface (wired Ethernet
  connection, there is no wifi on this system) using the e1000e driver
  for Ubuntu.  The Ethernet connection is configured to use
  NetworkManager via Netplan on Ubuntu 18.04 LTS Server version.  ASRock
  Z370m Pro4 motherboard.

  The Ethernet interface will drop the Internet connectivity when I'm
  using either the Firefox or Chrome browser.  It usually happens when
  I'm using the search features of the browser. I can't figure out what
  would cause this type of behaviour.  When the Internet connection
  drops, the only way to get back Internet connectivity is to disconnect
  the wired connection using the Ubuntu features and then re-connect
  (this restarts the NetworkManager service I notice).

  In the NetworkManager logs I do notice an "auth" error about a file or
  directory not found. I've never seen that before.

  Note:  The auth error does not coincide with the loss of Internet
  connectivity, but it does proceed it.  Often there can be many hours
  between the auth error and the actual loss of Internet connectivity.

  After I reconnect the connection (via re-starting the NetworkManager
  service) all will be fine for up to a day or so, but then I stress
  test it with a bunch of searches using the browser and usually I can
  get the Internet connectivity to drop again.  Repeat the disconnect
  and reconnect process again (aka re-start NetworkManager) and the
  Internet connectivity will be fine again.  The longest I've seen it go
  without an "Internet connectivity drop" issue is about 36 hours.

  I notice that the e1000e driver does not list the I219-V as a
  supported Ethernet interface in the Intel documentation for the Linux
  version of the driver.  I'm not sure why that is.  The I219-V is
  supposed to used another driver, but it's not clear there's a Linux
  version for of the driver for the I219-V.

  I'm really disappointed that I've run into this issue with Ubuntu
  Server LTS 18.04 on this motherboard.  I had CentOS Server 7.4 (my
  standard server OS, a great Linux distro) on this same motherboard for
  a week with no issues, so I know the motherboard and the I219-V
  Ethernet interface are 100% good hardware wise and can work properly.
  CentOS 7.4 uses NetworkManager as the default for managing the
  Ethernet interface.

  The only reason I'm using Ubuntu Server 18.04 on this motherboard is
  because of a specific package that Ubuntu has a newer packaged version
  than CentOS. CentOS is extremely stable when it comes to basic server
  functionality.

  Hopefully, this bug with the I219-V Ethernet interface using the
  e1000e drive for Linux can be verified and a fix rolled out.

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[Kernel-packages] [Bug 1785171] Re: Intel I219-V Ethernet Interface on Ubuntu Linux Using e1000e Driver keeps Dropping Internet Connection

2019-04-23 Thread Ritin
my comment #37 above is nullified

It was a Hardware issue, 
and so not an Ubuntu BUG

MDI-X is off 
-
> ethtool eno2
Settings for eno2:
Supported ports: [ TP ]
Supported link modes:   10baseT/Half 10baseT/Full 
100baseT/Half 100baseT/Full 
1000baseT/Full 
Supported pause frame use: No
Supports auto-negotiation: Yes
Supported FEC modes: Not reported
Advertised link modes:  10baseT/Half 10baseT/Full 
100baseT/Half 100baseT/Full 
1000baseT/Full 
Advertised pause frame use: No
Advertised auto-negotiation: Yes
Advertised FEC modes: Not reported
Speed: 10Mb/s
Duplex: Full
Port: Twisted Pair
PHYAD: 1
Transceiver: internal
Auto-negotiation: on
MDI-X: off (auto)
Cannot get wake-on-lan settings: Operation not permitted
Current message level: 0x0007 (7)
   drv probe link
Link detected: yes

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Title:
  Intel I219-V Ethernet Interface on Ubuntu Linux Using e1000e Driver
  keeps Dropping Internet Connection

Status in linux package in Ubuntu:
  Confirmed
Status in linux source package in Bionic:
  Confirmed

Bug description:
  I've turned up many, many new server and workstation systems over the
  years on both Linux and Windows. Never seen anything like this
  behaviour I'm witnessing on Ubuntu Server 18.04 before where I simply
  lose Internet connectivity while using a browser.  Ethernet interfaces
  usually either work or they don't work.

  I've configured the Intel I219-V Ethernet interface (wired Ethernet
  connection, there is no wifi on this system) using the e1000e driver
  for Ubuntu.  The Ethernet connection is configured to use
  NetworkManager via Netplan on Ubuntu 18.04 LTS Server version.  ASRock
  Z370m Pro4 motherboard.

  The Ethernet interface will drop the Internet connectivity when I'm
  using either the Firefox or Chrome browser.  It usually happens when
  I'm using the search features of the browser. I can't figure out what
  would cause this type of behaviour.  When the Internet connection
  drops, the only way to get back Internet connectivity is to disconnect
  the wired connection using the Ubuntu features and then re-connect
  (this restarts the NetworkManager service I notice).

  In the NetworkManager logs I do notice an "auth" error about a file or
  directory not found. I've never seen that before.

  Note:  The auth error does not coincide with the loss of Internet
  connectivity, but it does proceed it.  Often there can be many hours
  between the auth error and the actual loss of Internet connectivity.

  After I reconnect the connection (via re-starting the NetworkManager
  service) all will be fine for up to a day or so, but then I stress
  test it with a bunch of searches using the browser and usually I can
  get the Internet connectivity to drop again.  Repeat the disconnect
  and reconnect process again (aka re-start NetworkManager) and the
  Internet connectivity will be fine again.  The longest I've seen it go
  without an "Internet connectivity drop" issue is about 36 hours.

  I notice that the e1000e driver does not list the I219-V as a
  supported Ethernet interface in the Intel documentation for the Linux
  version of the driver.  I'm not sure why that is.  The I219-V is
  supposed to used another driver, but it's not clear there's a Linux
  version for of the driver for the I219-V.

  I'm really disappointed that I've run into this issue with Ubuntu
  Server LTS 18.04 on this motherboard.  I had CentOS Server 7.4 (my
  standard server OS, a great Linux distro) on this same motherboard for
  a week with no issues, so I know the motherboard and the I219-V
  Ethernet interface are 100% good hardware wise and can work properly.
  CentOS 7.4 uses NetworkManager as the default for managing the
  Ethernet interface.

  The only reason I'm using Ubuntu Server 18.04 on this motherboard is
  because of a specific package that Ubuntu has a newer packaged version
  than CentOS. CentOS is extremely stable when it comes to basic server
  functionality.

  Hopefully, this bug with the I219-V Ethernet interface using the
  e1000e drive for Linux can be verified and a fix rolled out.

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[Kernel-packages] [Bug 1785171] Re: Intel I219-V Ethernet Interface on Ubuntu Linux Using e1000e Driver keeps Dropping Internet Connection

2019-04-03 Thread Peter-sunde
>I may have stumbled on a workaround for the disconnection issue, though I 
>can't be sure.
> To narrow down the time when the connection stops working, I left a ping to 
> my router running, >every 4 seconds.
> ping -i 4 192.168.1.1 > ping.log

This is correct. Running an active ping probe mitigates the
disconnection issue.

---

00:1f.6 Ethernet controller: Intel Corporation Ethernet Connection (7) I219-LM 
(rev 10)
Subsystem: Hewlett-Packard Company Ethernet Connection (7) I219-LM
Kernel driver in use: e1000e
Kernel modules: e1000e



4.18.0-17-generic



Ubuntu 18.10

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Title:
  Intel I219-V Ethernet Interface on Ubuntu Linux Using e1000e Driver
  keeps Dropping Internet Connection

Status in linux package in Ubuntu:
  Confirmed
Status in linux source package in Bionic:
  Confirmed

Bug description:
  I've turned up many, many new server and workstation systems over the
  years on both Linux and Windows. Never seen anything like this
  behaviour I'm witnessing on Ubuntu Server 18.04 before where I simply
  lose Internet connectivity while using a browser.  Ethernet interfaces
  usually either work or they don't work.

  I've configured the Intel I219-V Ethernet interface (wired Ethernet
  connection, there is no wifi on this system) using the e1000e driver
  for Ubuntu.  The Ethernet connection is configured to use
  NetworkManager via Netplan on Ubuntu 18.04 LTS Server version.  ASRock
  Z370m Pro4 motherboard.

  The Ethernet interface will drop the Internet connectivity when I'm
  using either the Firefox or Chrome browser.  It usually happens when
  I'm using the search features of the browser. I can't figure out what
  would cause this type of behaviour.  When the Internet connection
  drops, the only way to get back Internet connectivity is to disconnect
  the wired connection using the Ubuntu features and then re-connect
  (this restarts the NetworkManager service I notice).

  In the NetworkManager logs I do notice an "auth" error about a file or
  directory not found. I've never seen that before.

  Note:  The auth error does not coincide with the loss of Internet
  connectivity, but it does proceed it.  Often there can be many hours
  between the auth error and the actual loss of Internet connectivity.

  After I reconnect the connection (via re-starting the NetworkManager
  service) all will be fine for up to a day or so, but then I stress
  test it with a bunch of searches using the browser and usually I can
  get the Internet connectivity to drop again.  Repeat the disconnect
  and reconnect process again (aka re-start NetworkManager) and the
  Internet connectivity will be fine again.  The longest I've seen it go
  without an "Internet connectivity drop" issue is about 36 hours.

  I notice that the e1000e driver does not list the I219-V as a
  supported Ethernet interface in the Intel documentation for the Linux
  version of the driver.  I'm not sure why that is.  The I219-V is
  supposed to used another driver, but it's not clear there's a Linux
  version for of the driver for the I219-V.

  I'm really disappointed that I've run into this issue with Ubuntu
  Server LTS 18.04 on this motherboard.  I had CentOS Server 7.4 (my
  standard server OS, a great Linux distro) on this same motherboard for
  a week with no issues, so I know the motherboard and the I219-V
  Ethernet interface are 100% good hardware wise and can work properly.
  CentOS 7.4 uses NetworkManager as the default for managing the
  Ethernet interface.

  The only reason I'm using Ubuntu Server 18.04 on this motherboard is
  because of a specific package that Ubuntu has a newer packaged version
  than CentOS. CentOS is extremely stable when it comes to basic server
  functionality.

  Hopefully, this bug with the I219-V Ethernet interface using the
  e1000e drive for Linux can be verified and a fix rolled out.

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[Kernel-packages] [Bug 1785171] Re: Intel I219-V Ethernet Interface on Ubuntu Linux Using e1000e Driver keeps Dropping Internet Connection

2019-04-03 Thread Peter-sunde
modinfo e1000e | grep -i version
--

version:3.2.6-k
srcversion: 523CF030A04777C2DBD2CDC

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Title:
  Intel I219-V Ethernet Interface on Ubuntu Linux Using e1000e Driver
  keeps Dropping Internet Connection

Status in linux package in Ubuntu:
  Confirmed
Status in linux source package in Bionic:
  Confirmed

Bug description:
  I've turned up many, many new server and workstation systems over the
  years on both Linux and Windows. Never seen anything like this
  behaviour I'm witnessing on Ubuntu Server 18.04 before where I simply
  lose Internet connectivity while using a browser.  Ethernet interfaces
  usually either work or they don't work.

  I've configured the Intel I219-V Ethernet interface (wired Ethernet
  connection, there is no wifi on this system) using the e1000e driver
  for Ubuntu.  The Ethernet connection is configured to use
  NetworkManager via Netplan on Ubuntu 18.04 LTS Server version.  ASRock
  Z370m Pro4 motherboard.

  The Ethernet interface will drop the Internet connectivity when I'm
  using either the Firefox or Chrome browser.  It usually happens when
  I'm using the search features of the browser. I can't figure out what
  would cause this type of behaviour.  When the Internet connection
  drops, the only way to get back Internet connectivity is to disconnect
  the wired connection using the Ubuntu features and then re-connect
  (this restarts the NetworkManager service I notice).

  In the NetworkManager logs I do notice an "auth" error about a file or
  directory not found. I've never seen that before.

  Note:  The auth error does not coincide with the loss of Internet
  connectivity, but it does proceed it.  Often there can be many hours
  between the auth error and the actual loss of Internet connectivity.

  After I reconnect the connection (via re-starting the NetworkManager
  service) all will be fine for up to a day or so, but then I stress
  test it with a bunch of searches using the browser and usually I can
  get the Internet connectivity to drop again.  Repeat the disconnect
  and reconnect process again (aka re-start NetworkManager) and the
  Internet connectivity will be fine again.  The longest I've seen it go
  without an "Internet connectivity drop" issue is about 36 hours.

  I notice that the e1000e driver does not list the I219-V as a
  supported Ethernet interface in the Intel documentation for the Linux
  version of the driver.  I'm not sure why that is.  The I219-V is
  supposed to used another driver, but it's not clear there's a Linux
  version for of the driver for the I219-V.

  I'm really disappointed that I've run into this issue with Ubuntu
  Server LTS 18.04 on this motherboard.  I had CentOS Server 7.4 (my
  standard server OS, a great Linux distro) on this same motherboard for
  a week with no issues, so I know the motherboard and the I219-V
  Ethernet interface are 100% good hardware wise and can work properly.
  CentOS 7.4 uses NetworkManager as the default for managing the
  Ethernet interface.

  The only reason I'm using Ubuntu Server 18.04 on this motherboard is
  because of a specific package that Ubuntu has a newer packaged version
  than CentOS. CentOS is extremely stable when it comes to basic server
  functionality.

  Hopefully, this bug with the I219-V Ethernet interface using the
  e1000e drive for Linux can be verified and a fix rolled out.

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[Kernel-packages] [Bug 1785171] Re: Intel I219-V Ethernet Interface on Ubuntu Linux Using e1000e Driver keeps Dropping Internet Connection

2019-03-28 Thread Kai-Heng Feng
Please test this kernel, which disables TSO:
https://people.canonical.com/~khfeng/lp1785171/

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Title:
  Intel I219-V Ethernet Interface on Ubuntu Linux Using e1000e Driver
  keeps Dropping Internet Connection

Status in linux package in Ubuntu:
  Confirmed
Status in linux source package in Bionic:
  Confirmed

Bug description:
  I've turned up many, many new server and workstation systems over the
  years on both Linux and Windows. Never seen anything like this
  behaviour I'm witnessing on Ubuntu Server 18.04 before where I simply
  lose Internet connectivity while using a browser.  Ethernet interfaces
  usually either work or they don't work.

  I've configured the Intel I219-V Ethernet interface (wired Ethernet
  connection, there is no wifi on this system) using the e1000e driver
  for Ubuntu.  The Ethernet connection is configured to use
  NetworkManager via Netplan on Ubuntu 18.04 LTS Server version.  ASRock
  Z370m Pro4 motherboard.

  The Ethernet interface will drop the Internet connectivity when I'm
  using either the Firefox or Chrome browser.  It usually happens when
  I'm using the search features of the browser. I can't figure out what
  would cause this type of behaviour.  When the Internet connection
  drops, the only way to get back Internet connectivity is to disconnect
  the wired connection using the Ubuntu features and then re-connect
  (this restarts the NetworkManager service I notice).

  In the NetworkManager logs I do notice an "auth" error about a file or
  directory not found. I've never seen that before.

  Note:  The auth error does not coincide with the loss of Internet
  connectivity, but it does proceed it.  Often there can be many hours
  between the auth error and the actual loss of Internet connectivity.

  After I reconnect the connection (via re-starting the NetworkManager
  service) all will be fine for up to a day or so, but then I stress
  test it with a bunch of searches using the browser and usually I can
  get the Internet connectivity to drop again.  Repeat the disconnect
  and reconnect process again (aka re-start NetworkManager) and the
  Internet connectivity will be fine again.  The longest I've seen it go
  without an "Internet connectivity drop" issue is about 36 hours.

  I notice that the e1000e driver does not list the I219-V as a
  supported Ethernet interface in the Intel documentation for the Linux
  version of the driver.  I'm not sure why that is.  The I219-V is
  supposed to used another driver, but it's not clear there's a Linux
  version for of the driver for the I219-V.

  I'm really disappointed that I've run into this issue with Ubuntu
  Server LTS 18.04 on this motherboard.  I had CentOS Server 7.4 (my
  standard server OS, a great Linux distro) on this same motherboard for
  a week with no issues, so I know the motherboard and the I219-V
  Ethernet interface are 100% good hardware wise and can work properly.
  CentOS 7.4 uses NetworkManager as the default for managing the
  Ethernet interface.

  The only reason I'm using Ubuntu Server 18.04 on this motherboard is
  because of a specific package that Ubuntu has a newer packaged version
  than CentOS. CentOS is extremely stable when it comes to basic server
  functionality.

  Hopefully, this bug with the I219-V Ethernet interface using the
  e1000e drive for Linux can be verified and a fix rolled out.

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[Kernel-packages] [Bug 1785171] Re: Intel I219-V Ethernet Interface on Ubuntu Linux Using e1000e Driver keeps Dropping Internet Connection

2019-03-21 Thread Giovanni Vecchi
ProblemType: Bug
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InstallationDate: Installed on 2019-02-14 (35 days ago)
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(20181017.2)
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root=/dev/mapper/kubuntu--vg-root ro psmouse.elantech_smbus=0
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Title:
  Intel I219-V Ethernet Interface on Ubuntu Linux Using e1000e Driver
  keeps Dropping Internet Connection

Status in linux package in Ubuntu:
  Confirmed
Status in linux source package in Bionic:
  Confirmed

Bug description:
  I've turned up many, many new server and workstation systems over the
  years on both Linux and Windows. Never seen anything like this
  behaviour I'm witnessing on Ubuntu Server 18.04 before where I simply
  lose Internet connectivity while using a browser.  Ethernet interfaces
  usually either work or they don't work.

  I've configured the Intel I219-V Ethernet interface (wired Ethernet
  connection, there is no wifi on this system) using the e1000e driver
  for Ubuntu.  The Ethernet connection is configured to use
  NetworkManager via Netplan on Ubuntu 18.04 LTS Server version.  ASRock
  Z370m Pro4 motherboard.

  The Ethernet interface will drop the Internet connectivity when I'm
  using either the Firefox or Chrome browser.  It usually happens when
  I'm using the search features of the browser. I can't figure out what
  would cause this type of behaviour.  When the Internet connection
  drops, the only way to get back Internet connectivity is to disconnect
  the wired connection using the Ubuntu features and then re-connect
  (this restarts the NetworkManager service I notice).

  In the NetworkManager logs I do notice an "auth" error about a file or
  directory not found. I've never seen that before.

  Note:  The auth error does not coincide with the loss of Internet
  connectivity, but it does proceed it.  Often there can be many hours
  between the auth error and the actual loss of Internet connectivity.

  After I reconnect the connection (via re-starting the NetworkManager
  service) all will be fine for up to a day or so, but then I stress
  test it with a bunch of searches using the browser and usually I can
  get the Internet connectivity to drop again.  Repeat the disconnect
  and reconnect process again (aka re-start NetworkManager) and the
  Internet connectivity will be fine again.  The longest I've seen it go
  without an "Internet connectivity drop" issue is about 36 hours.

  I notice that the e1000e driver does not list the I219-V as a
  supported Ethernet interface in the Intel documentation for the Linux
  version of the driver.  I'm not sure why that is.  The I219-V is
  supposed to used another driver, but it's not clear there's a Linux
  version for of the driver for the I219-V.

  I'm really disappointed that I've run into this issue with Ubuntu
  Server LTS 18.04 on this motherboard.  I had CentOS Server 7.4 (my
  standard server OS, a great Linux distro) on this same motherboard for
  a week with no issues, so I know the motherboard and the I219-V
  Ethernet interface are 100% good hardware wise and can work properly.
  CentOS 7.4 uses NetworkManager as the default for managing the
  Ethernet interface.

  The only reason I'm using Ubuntu Server 18.04 on this motherboard is
  because of a specific package that Ubuntu has a newer packaged version
  than CentOS. CentOS is extremely stable when it comes to basic 

[Kernel-packages] [Bug 1785171] Re: Intel I219-V Ethernet Interface on Ubuntu Linux Using e1000e Driver keeps Dropping Internet Connection

2019-03-14 Thread Ritin
I faced problems with I219-V too.
I have a dual boot with Windows 10 setup.
was getting 10mb/s Lan Link speed. 
The problem is resolved (working for now... I think) am seeing 100mb/s Link 
speed

Had to go into BIOS and disable Windows specific features in Advanced mode
changed CSM -> UEFI  (Dont know what these do)
and disabled Fast Boot

Thanks TJ (comment #17 above)
Havent tried changing the Power management inside Windows (will try that next.. 
If BIOS change doesnt work)

fingers crossed

Motherboard : MSI z390 Gaming pro carbon AC
Bios : something.130 (Jan2019 update)

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Title:
  Intel I219-V Ethernet Interface on Ubuntu Linux Using e1000e Driver
  keeps Dropping Internet Connection

Status in linux package in Ubuntu:
  Confirmed
Status in linux source package in Bionic:
  Confirmed

Bug description:
  I've turned up many, many new server and workstation systems over the
  years on both Linux and Windows. Never seen anything like this
  behaviour I'm witnessing on Ubuntu Server 18.04 before where I simply
  lose Internet connectivity while using a browser.  Ethernet interfaces
  usually either work or they don't work.

  I've configured the Intel I219-V Ethernet interface (wired Ethernet
  connection, there is no wifi on this system) using the e1000e driver
  for Ubuntu.  The Ethernet connection is configured to use
  NetworkManager via Netplan on Ubuntu 18.04 LTS Server version.  ASRock
  Z370m Pro4 motherboard.

  The Ethernet interface will drop the Internet connectivity when I'm
  using either the Firefox or Chrome browser.  It usually happens when
  I'm using the search features of the browser. I can't figure out what
  would cause this type of behaviour.  When the Internet connection
  drops, the only way to get back Internet connectivity is to disconnect
  the wired connection using the Ubuntu features and then re-connect
  (this restarts the NetworkManager service I notice).

  In the NetworkManager logs I do notice an "auth" error about a file or
  directory not found. I've never seen that before.

  Note:  The auth error does not coincide with the loss of Internet
  connectivity, but it does proceed it.  Often there can be many hours
  between the auth error and the actual loss of Internet connectivity.

  After I reconnect the connection (via re-starting the NetworkManager
  service) all will be fine for up to a day or so, but then I stress
  test it with a bunch of searches using the browser and usually I can
  get the Internet connectivity to drop again.  Repeat the disconnect
  and reconnect process again (aka re-start NetworkManager) and the
  Internet connectivity will be fine again.  The longest I've seen it go
  without an "Internet connectivity drop" issue is about 36 hours.

  I notice that the e1000e driver does not list the I219-V as a
  supported Ethernet interface in the Intel documentation for the Linux
  version of the driver.  I'm not sure why that is.  The I219-V is
  supposed to used another driver, but it's not clear there's a Linux
  version for of the driver for the I219-V.

  I'm really disappointed that I've run into this issue with Ubuntu
  Server LTS 18.04 on this motherboard.  I had CentOS Server 7.4 (my
  standard server OS, a great Linux distro) on this same motherboard for
  a week with no issues, so I know the motherboard and the I219-V
  Ethernet interface are 100% good hardware wise and can work properly.
  CentOS 7.4 uses NetworkManager as the default for managing the
  Ethernet interface.

  The only reason I'm using Ubuntu Server 18.04 on this motherboard is
  because of a specific package that Ubuntu has a newer packaged version
  than CentOS. CentOS is extremely stable when it comes to basic server
  functionality.

  Hopefully, this bug with the I219-V Ethernet interface using the
  e1000e drive for Linux can be verified and a fix rolled out.

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[Kernel-packages] [Bug 1785171] Re: Intel I219-V Ethernet Interface on Ubuntu Linux Using e1000e Driver keeps Dropping Internet Connection

2019-03-14 Thread John Little
I may have stumbled on a workaround for the disconnection issue, though
I can't be sure.

To narrow down the time when the connection stops working, I left a ping
to my router running, every 4 seconds.

ping -i 4 192.168.1.1 > ping.log

Several days later, I rebooted, forgot about the ping, and had the
connection fail a couple of times that day.  Whenever the ping has been
running, the problem has not occurred; but of course, the incidence of
problems is sufficiently low that it might be a coincidence.

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Title:
  Intel I219-V Ethernet Interface on Ubuntu Linux Using e1000e Driver
  keeps Dropping Internet Connection

Status in linux package in Ubuntu:
  Confirmed
Status in linux source package in Bionic:
  Confirmed

Bug description:
  I've turned up many, many new server and workstation systems over the
  years on both Linux and Windows. Never seen anything like this
  behaviour I'm witnessing on Ubuntu Server 18.04 before where I simply
  lose Internet connectivity while using a browser.  Ethernet interfaces
  usually either work or they don't work.

  I've configured the Intel I219-V Ethernet interface (wired Ethernet
  connection, there is no wifi on this system) using the e1000e driver
  for Ubuntu.  The Ethernet connection is configured to use
  NetworkManager via Netplan on Ubuntu 18.04 LTS Server version.  ASRock
  Z370m Pro4 motherboard.

  The Ethernet interface will drop the Internet connectivity when I'm
  using either the Firefox or Chrome browser.  It usually happens when
  I'm using the search features of the browser. I can't figure out what
  would cause this type of behaviour.  When the Internet connection
  drops, the only way to get back Internet connectivity is to disconnect
  the wired connection using the Ubuntu features and then re-connect
  (this restarts the NetworkManager service I notice).

  In the NetworkManager logs I do notice an "auth" error about a file or
  directory not found. I've never seen that before.

  Note:  The auth error does not coincide with the loss of Internet
  connectivity, but it does proceed it.  Often there can be many hours
  between the auth error and the actual loss of Internet connectivity.

  After I reconnect the connection (via re-starting the NetworkManager
  service) all will be fine for up to a day or so, but then I stress
  test it with a bunch of searches using the browser and usually I can
  get the Internet connectivity to drop again.  Repeat the disconnect
  and reconnect process again (aka re-start NetworkManager) and the
  Internet connectivity will be fine again.  The longest I've seen it go
  without an "Internet connectivity drop" issue is about 36 hours.

  I notice that the e1000e driver does not list the I219-V as a
  supported Ethernet interface in the Intel documentation for the Linux
  version of the driver.  I'm not sure why that is.  The I219-V is
  supposed to used another driver, but it's not clear there's a Linux
  version for of the driver for the I219-V.

  I'm really disappointed that I've run into this issue with Ubuntu
  Server LTS 18.04 on this motherboard.  I had CentOS Server 7.4 (my
  standard server OS, a great Linux distro) on this same motherboard for
  a week with no issues, so I know the motherboard and the I219-V
  Ethernet interface are 100% good hardware wise and can work properly.
  CentOS 7.4 uses NetworkManager as the default for managing the
  Ethernet interface.

  The only reason I'm using Ubuntu Server 18.04 on this motherboard is
  because of a specific package that Ubuntu has a newer packaged version
  than CentOS. CentOS is extremely stable when it comes to basic server
  functionality.

  Hopefully, this bug with the I219-V Ethernet interface using the
  e1000e drive for Linux can be verified and a fix rolled out.

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[Kernel-packages] [Bug 1785171] Re: Intel I219-V Ethernet Interface on Ubuntu Linux Using e1000e Driver keeps Dropping Internet Connection

2019-03-14 Thread Tjareson Toland
Was able to solve it as well with updated driver from Intel for a ThinkCentre 
M920x running with dual boot setup with win10:
filename:   
/lib/modules/4.15.0-46-generic/updates/drivers/net/ethernet/intel/e1000e/e1000e.ko
version:3.4.2.1-NAPI
license:GPL
description:Intel(R) PRO/1000 Network Driver
author: Intel Corporation, 

But the effort of re-signing the driver in a secure boot setup for every
update ahead seems not to be a feasible long term solution. So a
solution of this issue would be still appreciated.

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Title:
  Intel I219-V Ethernet Interface on Ubuntu Linux Using e1000e Driver
  keeps Dropping Internet Connection

Status in linux package in Ubuntu:
  Confirmed
Status in linux source package in Bionic:
  Confirmed

Bug description:
  I've turned up many, many new server and workstation systems over the
  years on both Linux and Windows. Never seen anything like this
  behaviour I'm witnessing on Ubuntu Server 18.04 before where I simply
  lose Internet connectivity while using a browser.  Ethernet interfaces
  usually either work or they don't work.

  I've configured the Intel I219-V Ethernet interface (wired Ethernet
  connection, there is no wifi on this system) using the e1000e driver
  for Ubuntu.  The Ethernet connection is configured to use
  NetworkManager via Netplan on Ubuntu 18.04 LTS Server version.  ASRock
  Z370m Pro4 motherboard.

  The Ethernet interface will drop the Internet connectivity when I'm
  using either the Firefox or Chrome browser.  It usually happens when
  I'm using the search features of the browser. I can't figure out what
  would cause this type of behaviour.  When the Internet connection
  drops, the only way to get back Internet connectivity is to disconnect
  the wired connection using the Ubuntu features and then re-connect
  (this restarts the NetworkManager service I notice).

  In the NetworkManager logs I do notice an "auth" error about a file or
  directory not found. I've never seen that before.

  Note:  The auth error does not coincide with the loss of Internet
  connectivity, but it does proceed it.  Often there can be many hours
  between the auth error and the actual loss of Internet connectivity.

  After I reconnect the connection (via re-starting the NetworkManager
  service) all will be fine for up to a day or so, but then I stress
  test it with a bunch of searches using the browser and usually I can
  get the Internet connectivity to drop again.  Repeat the disconnect
  and reconnect process again (aka re-start NetworkManager) and the
  Internet connectivity will be fine again.  The longest I've seen it go
  without an "Internet connectivity drop" issue is about 36 hours.

  I notice that the e1000e driver does not list the I219-V as a
  supported Ethernet interface in the Intel documentation for the Linux
  version of the driver.  I'm not sure why that is.  The I219-V is
  supposed to used another driver, but it's not clear there's a Linux
  version for of the driver for the I219-V.

  I'm really disappointed that I've run into this issue with Ubuntu
  Server LTS 18.04 on this motherboard.  I had CentOS Server 7.4 (my
  standard server OS, a great Linux distro) on this same motherboard for
  a week with no issues, so I know the motherboard and the I219-V
  Ethernet interface are 100% good hardware wise and can work properly.
  CentOS 7.4 uses NetworkManager as the default for managing the
  Ethernet interface.

  The only reason I'm using Ubuntu Server 18.04 on this motherboard is
  because of a specific package that Ubuntu has a newer packaged version
  than CentOS. CentOS is extremely stable when it comes to basic server
  functionality.

  Hopefully, this bug with the I219-V Ethernet interface using the
  e1000e drive for Linux can be verified and a fix rolled out.

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[Kernel-packages] [Bug 1785171] Re: Intel I219-V Ethernet Interface on Ubuntu Linux Using e1000e Driver keeps Dropping Internet Connection

2019-03-05 Thread Ingar Smedstad
I am having similar problems with Dell Optiplex 7060 running Ubuntu
18.04.2. I think the problem is connected with the chipset they are
using since other machines are fine.

The network is extremely slow with the e1000e module provided by Ubuntu
(3.2.6-k). Compiling the latest driver from Intel solves this, but I can
not maintain this as a solution across all the clients.

# inxi -Nxxx
Network:   Card: Intel Ethernet Connection (7) I219-LM
   driver: e1000e v: 3.2.6-k bus-ID: 00:1f.6 chip-ID: 8086:15bb

# speedtest
Testing download 
speed
Download: 0.07 Mbit/s
Testing upload 
speed..
Upload: 488.32 Mbit/s


# inxi -Nxxx
Network:   Card: Intel Ethernet Connection (7) I219-LM
   driver: e1000e v: 3.4.2.1-NAPI bus-ID: 00:1f.6 chip-ID: 8086:15bb

# speedtest
Testing download 
speed
Download: 592.69 Mbit/s
Testing upload 
speed..
Upload: 633.40 Mbit/s

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Title:
  Intel I219-V Ethernet Interface on Ubuntu Linux Using e1000e Driver
  keeps Dropping Internet Connection

Status in linux package in Ubuntu:
  Confirmed
Status in linux source package in Bionic:
  Confirmed

Bug description:
  I've turned up many, many new server and workstation systems over the
  years on both Linux and Windows. Never seen anything like this
  behaviour I'm witnessing on Ubuntu Server 18.04 before where I simply
  lose Internet connectivity while using a browser.  Ethernet interfaces
  usually either work or they don't work.

  I've configured the Intel I219-V Ethernet interface (wired Ethernet
  connection, there is no wifi on this system) using the e1000e driver
  for Ubuntu.  The Ethernet connection is configured to use
  NetworkManager via Netplan on Ubuntu 18.04 LTS Server version.  ASRock
  Z370m Pro4 motherboard.

  The Ethernet interface will drop the Internet connectivity when I'm
  using either the Firefox or Chrome browser.  It usually happens when
  I'm using the search features of the browser. I can't figure out what
  would cause this type of behaviour.  When the Internet connection
  drops, the only way to get back Internet connectivity is to disconnect
  the wired connection using the Ubuntu features and then re-connect
  (this restarts the NetworkManager service I notice).

  In the NetworkManager logs I do notice an "auth" error about a file or
  directory not found. I've never seen that before.

  Note:  The auth error does not coincide with the loss of Internet
  connectivity, but it does proceed it.  Often there can be many hours
  between the auth error and the actual loss of Internet connectivity.

  After I reconnect the connection (via re-starting the NetworkManager
  service) all will be fine for up to a day or so, but then I stress
  test it with a bunch of searches using the browser and usually I can
  get the Internet connectivity to drop again.  Repeat the disconnect
  and reconnect process again (aka re-start NetworkManager) and the
  Internet connectivity will be fine again.  The longest I've seen it go
  without an "Internet connectivity drop" issue is about 36 hours.

  I notice that the e1000e driver does not list the I219-V as a
  supported Ethernet interface in the Intel documentation for the Linux
  version of the driver.  I'm not sure why that is.  The I219-V is
  supposed to used another driver, but it's not clear there's a Linux
  version for of the driver for the I219-V.

  I'm really disappointed that I've run into this issue with Ubuntu
  Server LTS 18.04 on this motherboard.  I had CentOS Server 7.4 (my
  standard server OS, a great Linux distro) on this same motherboard for
  a week with no issues, so I know the motherboard and the I219-V
  Ethernet interface are 100% good hardware wise and can work properly.
  CentOS 7.4 uses NetworkManager as the default for managing the
  Ethernet interface.

  The only reason I'm using Ubuntu Server 18.04 on this motherboard is
  because of a specific package that Ubuntu has a newer packaged version
  than CentOS. CentOS is extremely stable when it comes to basic server
  functionality.

  Hopefully, this bug with the I219-V Ethernet interface using the
  e1000e drive for Linux can be verified and a fix rolled out.

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[Kernel-packages] [Bug 1785171] Re: Intel I219-V Ethernet Interface on Ubuntu Linux Using e1000e Driver keeps Dropping Internet Connection

2019-02-27 Thread Tjareson Toland
Hello,
same issue here on Ubuntu 18.04 with 
driver: e1000e
version: 3.2.6-k
firmware-version: 0.5-4
expansion-rom-version: 
bus-info: :00:1f.6
supports-statistics: yes
supports-test: yes
supports-eeprom-access: yes
supports-register-dump: yes
supports-priv-flags: no

I can change the EEE settings of the network adapter. But after a couple of 
minutes it still slows down to unusable.
# ethtool --show-eee eno2
EEE Settings for eno2:
EEE status: disabled
Tx LPI: 17 (us)
Supported EEE link modes:  100baseT/Full 
   1000baseT/Full 
Advertised EEE link modes:  100baseT/Full 
1000baseT/Full 
Link partner advertised EEE link modes:  100baseT/Full 
 1000baseT/Full 

Cheers,
Tjareson

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Title:
  Intel I219-V Ethernet Interface on Ubuntu Linux Using e1000e Driver
  keeps Dropping Internet Connection

Status in linux package in Ubuntu:
  Confirmed
Status in linux source package in Bionic:
  Confirmed

Bug description:
  I've turned up many, many new server and workstation systems over the
  years on both Linux and Windows. Never seen anything like this
  behaviour I'm witnessing on Ubuntu Server 18.04 before where I simply
  lose Internet connectivity while using a browser.  Ethernet interfaces
  usually either work or they don't work.

  I've configured the Intel I219-V Ethernet interface (wired Ethernet
  connection, there is no wifi on this system) using the e1000e driver
  for Ubuntu.  The Ethernet connection is configured to use
  NetworkManager via Netplan on Ubuntu 18.04 LTS Server version.  ASRock
  Z370m Pro4 motherboard.

  The Ethernet interface will drop the Internet connectivity when I'm
  using either the Firefox or Chrome browser.  It usually happens when
  I'm using the search features of the browser. I can't figure out what
  would cause this type of behaviour.  When the Internet connection
  drops, the only way to get back Internet connectivity is to disconnect
  the wired connection using the Ubuntu features and then re-connect
  (this restarts the NetworkManager service I notice).

  In the NetworkManager logs I do notice an "auth" error about a file or
  directory not found. I've never seen that before.

  Note:  The auth error does not coincide with the loss of Internet
  connectivity, but it does proceed it.  Often there can be many hours
  between the auth error and the actual loss of Internet connectivity.

  After I reconnect the connection (via re-starting the NetworkManager
  service) all will be fine for up to a day or so, but then I stress
  test it with a bunch of searches using the browser and usually I can
  get the Internet connectivity to drop again.  Repeat the disconnect
  and reconnect process again (aka re-start NetworkManager) and the
  Internet connectivity will be fine again.  The longest I've seen it go
  without an "Internet connectivity drop" issue is about 36 hours.

  I notice that the e1000e driver does not list the I219-V as a
  supported Ethernet interface in the Intel documentation for the Linux
  version of the driver.  I'm not sure why that is.  The I219-V is
  supposed to used another driver, but it's not clear there's a Linux
  version for of the driver for the I219-V.

  I'm really disappointed that I've run into this issue with Ubuntu
  Server LTS 18.04 on this motherboard.  I had CentOS Server 7.4 (my
  standard server OS, a great Linux distro) on this same motherboard for
  a week with no issues, so I know the motherboard and the I219-V
  Ethernet interface are 100% good hardware wise and can work properly.
  CentOS 7.4 uses NetworkManager as the default for managing the
  Ethernet interface.

  The only reason I'm using Ubuntu Server 18.04 on this motherboard is
  because of a specific package that Ubuntu has a newer packaged version
  than CentOS. CentOS is extremely stable when it comes to basic server
  functionality.

  Hopefully, this bug with the I219-V Ethernet interface using the
  e1000e drive for Linux can be verified and a fix rolled out.

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[Kernel-packages] [Bug 1785171] Re: Intel I219-V Ethernet Interface on Ubuntu Linux Using e1000e Driver keeps Dropping Internet Connection

2019-02-14 Thread carlos
Hello:

I'm an ex-Ubuntu user and thought I'd add some information which may be
useful.

I came across this thread while looking for answers to problems posed by
the e1000e driver for my Sun Microsystems Ultra 24 on-board ethernet
controller.

It's an Intel Corporation 82566DM-2 Gigabit Network Controller (rev 02),
using the latest available driver for Linux (v.3.4.2.1 - 8/26/2018)
provided by Intel under Devuan ASCII, 4.9.0-8-amd64 #1 SMP Debian
4.9.130-2 (2018-10-27) x86_64 GNU/Linux.

This driver is also used for many other Inter ethernet cards under
Linux.

[quote=Tj]
[i]The solution was always to disable the power-management options via 
Windows.[/i] 
[/quote]

Indeed ...
If only that *were* possible under Linux.

At least in *my* case (Devuan ASCII, v.3.4.2.1 e1000e driver and ethtool
v.4.19), this has not been possible. It seems that as the driver is
loaded as a module, ethtool cannot access the controller EEE settings.

ie:

[code]
# ethtool --show-eee eth0
Cannot get EEE settings: Operation not supported
# 
# ethtool --set-eee eth0 eee off
Cannot get EEE settings: Operation not supported
#
[/code]

I have no doubt that the issues this e1000e driver has are originated in
the power savings features which *do not* work properly.

Unfortunately, my attempts to get answers from Intel and Sourceforge
with respect to this were non-productive.

See:
https://forums.intel.com/s/question/0D50P4A4QxySAF/disabling-eee-on-82566dm2-gbe-controller?language=en_US

and

https://sourceforge.net/p/e1000/bugs/635/

Cheers,

A.

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Title:
  Intel I219-V Ethernet Interface on Ubuntu Linux Using e1000e Driver
  keeps Dropping Internet Connection

Status in linux package in Ubuntu:
  Confirmed
Status in linux source package in Bionic:
  Confirmed

Bug description:
  I've turned up many, many new server and workstation systems over the
  years on both Linux and Windows. Never seen anything like this
  behaviour I'm witnessing on Ubuntu Server 18.04 before where I simply
  lose Internet connectivity while using a browser.  Ethernet interfaces
  usually either work or they don't work.

  I've configured the Intel I219-V Ethernet interface (wired Ethernet
  connection, there is no wifi on this system) using the e1000e driver
  for Ubuntu.  The Ethernet connection is configured to use
  NetworkManager via Netplan on Ubuntu 18.04 LTS Server version.  ASRock
  Z370m Pro4 motherboard.

  The Ethernet interface will drop the Internet connectivity when I'm
  using either the Firefox or Chrome browser.  It usually happens when
  I'm using the search features of the browser. I can't figure out what
  would cause this type of behaviour.  When the Internet connection
  drops, the only way to get back Internet connectivity is to disconnect
  the wired connection using the Ubuntu features and then re-connect
  (this restarts the NetworkManager service I notice).

  In the NetworkManager logs I do notice an "auth" error about a file or
  directory not found. I've never seen that before.

  Note:  The auth error does not coincide with the loss of Internet
  connectivity, but it does proceed it.  Often there can be many hours
  between the auth error and the actual loss of Internet connectivity.

  After I reconnect the connection (via re-starting the NetworkManager
  service) all will be fine for up to a day or so, but then I stress
  test it with a bunch of searches using the browser and usually I can
  get the Internet connectivity to drop again.  Repeat the disconnect
  and reconnect process again (aka re-start NetworkManager) and the
  Internet connectivity will be fine again.  The longest I've seen it go
  without an "Internet connectivity drop" issue is about 36 hours.

  I notice that the e1000e driver does not list the I219-V as a
  supported Ethernet interface in the Intel documentation for the Linux
  version of the driver.  I'm not sure why that is.  The I219-V is
  supposed to used another driver, but it's not clear there's a Linux
  version for of the driver for the I219-V.

  I'm really disappointed that I've run into this issue with Ubuntu
  Server LTS 18.04 on this motherboard.  I had CentOS Server 7.4 (my
  standard server OS, a great Linux distro) on this same motherboard for
  a week with no issues, so I know the motherboard and the I219-V
  Ethernet interface are 100% good hardware wise and can work properly.
  CentOS 7.4 uses NetworkManager as the default for managing the
  Ethernet interface.

  The only reason I'm using Ubuntu Server 18.04 on this motherboard is
  because of a specific package that Ubuntu has a newer packaged version
  than CentOS. CentOS is extremely stable when it comes to basic server
  functionality.

  Hopefully, this bug with the I219-V Ethernet interface using the
  e1000e drive for Linux can be verified and a fix rolled out.

To 

[Kernel-packages] [Bug 1785171] Re: Intel I219-V Ethernet Interface on Ubuntu Linux Using e1000e Driver keeps Dropping Internet Connection

2019-02-11 Thread Mikko
I would like to add that I noticed quite weird connection between this
issue and SD card reader in nuc. When the reader was disabled in bios,
the issue persists and when it's enabled, the issue does not occur. More
info here in the community thread in Intel forum:
https://forums.intel.com/s/question/0D50P4D4D6BSAV/really-weird-
problem-in-ethernet-adapter-in-nuc8i5beh-help-needed-in-debugging

I returned my nuc so this is no more important for me, but clearly there
is some bugs in device-bios-driver combo. Propably enabling sd card
reader disables some power saving feture and because of tht the bug is
not visible?

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Title:
  Intel I219-V Ethernet Interface on Ubuntu Linux Using e1000e Driver
  keeps Dropping Internet Connection

Status in linux package in Ubuntu:
  Confirmed
Status in linux source package in Bionic:
  Confirmed

Bug description:
  I've turned up many, many new server and workstation systems over the
  years on both Linux and Windows. Never seen anything like this
  behaviour I'm witnessing on Ubuntu Server 18.04 before where I simply
  lose Internet connectivity while using a browser.  Ethernet interfaces
  usually either work or they don't work.

  I've configured the Intel I219-V Ethernet interface (wired Ethernet
  connection, there is no wifi on this system) using the e1000e driver
  for Ubuntu.  The Ethernet connection is configured to use
  NetworkManager via Netplan on Ubuntu 18.04 LTS Server version.  ASRock
  Z370m Pro4 motherboard.

  The Ethernet interface will drop the Internet connectivity when I'm
  using either the Firefox or Chrome browser.  It usually happens when
  I'm using the search features of the browser. I can't figure out what
  would cause this type of behaviour.  When the Internet connection
  drops, the only way to get back Internet connectivity is to disconnect
  the wired connection using the Ubuntu features and then re-connect
  (this restarts the NetworkManager service I notice).

  In the NetworkManager logs I do notice an "auth" error about a file or
  directory not found. I've never seen that before.

  Note:  The auth error does not coincide with the loss of Internet
  connectivity, but it does proceed it.  Often there can be many hours
  between the auth error and the actual loss of Internet connectivity.

  After I reconnect the connection (via re-starting the NetworkManager
  service) all will be fine for up to a day or so, but then I stress
  test it with a bunch of searches using the browser and usually I can
  get the Internet connectivity to drop again.  Repeat the disconnect
  and reconnect process again (aka re-start NetworkManager) and the
  Internet connectivity will be fine again.  The longest I've seen it go
  without an "Internet connectivity drop" issue is about 36 hours.

  I notice that the e1000e driver does not list the I219-V as a
  supported Ethernet interface in the Intel documentation for the Linux
  version of the driver.  I'm not sure why that is.  The I219-V is
  supposed to used another driver, but it's not clear there's a Linux
  version for of the driver for the I219-V.

  I'm really disappointed that I've run into this issue with Ubuntu
  Server LTS 18.04 on this motherboard.  I had CentOS Server 7.4 (my
  standard server OS, a great Linux distro) on this same motherboard for
  a week with no issues, so I know the motherboard and the I219-V
  Ethernet interface are 100% good hardware wise and can work properly.
  CentOS 7.4 uses NetworkManager as the default for managing the
  Ethernet interface.

  The only reason I'm using Ubuntu Server 18.04 on this motherboard is
  because of a specific package that Ubuntu has a newer packaged version
  than CentOS. CentOS is extremely stable when it comes to basic server
  functionality.

  Hopefully, this bug with the I219-V Ethernet interface using the
  e1000e drive for Linux can be verified and a fix rolled out.

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[Kernel-packages] [Bug 1785171] Re: Intel I219-V Ethernet Interface on Ubuntu Linux Using e1000e Driver keeps Dropping Internet Connection

2019-02-06 Thread ercpe
I can confirm that this bug exists on 18.04 and 18.10 on a Intel NUC
8i3BEH (with latest BIOS, 0056). After a few seconds after boot, the RTT
spikes to well over 1s and makes the system unusable.

Device:

00:1f.6 Ethernet controller: Intel Corporation Ethernet Connection (6) I219-V 
(rev 30)
Subsystem: Intel Corporation Ethernet Connection (6) I219-V
Flags: bus master, fast devsel, latency 0, IRQ 127
Memory at c010 (32-bit, non-prefetchable) [size=128K]
Capabilities: [c8] Power Management version 3
Capabilities: [d0] MSI: Enable+ Count=1/1 Maskable- 64bit+
Kernel driver in use: e1000e
Kernel modules: e1000e


# ethtool -i eno1
driver: e1000e
version: 3.2.6-k
firmware-version: 0.4-4
expansion-rom-version: 
bus-info: :00:1f.6
supports-statistics: yes
supports-test: yes
supports-eeprom-access: yes
supports-register-dump: yes
supports-priv-flags: no


Forcing the speed of the interface to 100 with autonegotiation off (via
ethtool --change eno1 speed 100 autoneg off) helps somewhat - answer
times stay around a few ms.


Since changing the power management settings seems to solve this issue, i tried 
various options: Disable intel_pstate, change the governor to performance, 
forcing full frequency, etc. without luck.

However, disabling PCIe ASPM *in the BIOS* solved the issue for me - at the 
price of a somewhat higher power consumption (around +5W).
Please note that using pcie_aspm=off in the kernel command line 
(linux-image-4.18.0-14-generic) *did not work*.

Here is the dmesg snippet with ASPM disabled in the BIOS:

# dmesg | grep -i aspm
[0.041040] ACPI FADT declares the system doesn't support PCIe ASPM, so 
disable it
[0.177567] acpi PNP0A08:00: _OSC: OS supports [ExtendedConfig ASPM ClockPM 
Segments MSI]
[0.181078] acpi PNP0A08:00: FADT indicates ASPM is unsupported, using BIOS 
configuration


Please let me know, if you need more information.

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Title:
  Intel I219-V Ethernet Interface on Ubuntu Linux Using e1000e Driver
  keeps Dropping Internet Connection

Status in linux package in Ubuntu:
  Confirmed
Status in linux source package in Bionic:
  Confirmed

Bug description:
  I've turned up many, many new server and workstation systems over the
  years on both Linux and Windows. Never seen anything like this
  behaviour I'm witnessing on Ubuntu Server 18.04 before where I simply
  lose Internet connectivity while using a browser.  Ethernet interfaces
  usually either work or they don't work.

  I've configured the Intel I219-V Ethernet interface (wired Ethernet
  connection, there is no wifi on this system) using the e1000e driver
  for Ubuntu.  The Ethernet connection is configured to use
  NetworkManager via Netplan on Ubuntu 18.04 LTS Server version.  ASRock
  Z370m Pro4 motherboard.

  The Ethernet interface will drop the Internet connectivity when I'm
  using either the Firefox or Chrome browser.  It usually happens when
  I'm using the search features of the browser. I can't figure out what
  would cause this type of behaviour.  When the Internet connection
  drops, the only way to get back Internet connectivity is to disconnect
  the wired connection using the Ubuntu features and then re-connect
  (this restarts the NetworkManager service I notice).

  In the NetworkManager logs I do notice an "auth" error about a file or
  directory not found. I've never seen that before.

  Note:  The auth error does not coincide with the loss of Internet
  connectivity, but it does proceed it.  Often there can be many hours
  between the auth error and the actual loss of Internet connectivity.

  After I reconnect the connection (via re-starting the NetworkManager
  service) all will be fine for up to a day or so, but then I stress
  test it with a bunch of searches using the browser and usually I can
  get the Internet connectivity to drop again.  Repeat the disconnect
  and reconnect process again (aka re-start NetworkManager) and the
  Internet connectivity will be fine again.  The longest I've seen it go
  without an "Internet connectivity drop" issue is about 36 hours.

  I notice that the e1000e driver does not list the I219-V as a
  supported Ethernet interface in the Intel documentation for the Linux
  version of the driver.  I'm not sure why that is.  The I219-V is
  supposed to used another driver, but it's not clear there's a Linux
  version for of the driver for the I219-V.

  I'm really disappointed that I've run into this issue with Ubuntu
  Server LTS 18.04 on this motherboard.  I had CentOS Server 7.4 (my
  standard server OS, a great Linux distro) on this same motherboard for
  a week with no issues, so I know the motherboard and the I219-V
  Ethernet interface are 100% good hardware wise and can work properly.
  CentOS 7.4 uses NetworkManager as the 

[Kernel-packages] [Bug 1785171] Re: Intel I219-V Ethernet Interface on Ubuntu Linux Using e1000e Driver keeps Dropping Internet Connection

2019-02-02 Thread Manuel Ludwig
i have a dual boot system with win10
disabling all power/ engrgy options in Windows-Driver seems to solve the 
problem!

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Title:
  Intel I219-V Ethernet Interface on Ubuntu Linux Using e1000e Driver
  keeps Dropping Internet Connection

Status in linux package in Ubuntu:
  Confirmed
Status in linux source package in Bionic:
  Confirmed

Bug description:
  I've turned up many, many new server and workstation systems over the
  years on both Linux and Windows. Never seen anything like this
  behaviour I'm witnessing on Ubuntu Server 18.04 before where I simply
  lose Internet connectivity while using a browser.  Ethernet interfaces
  usually either work or they don't work.

  I've configured the Intel I219-V Ethernet interface (wired Ethernet
  connection, there is no wifi on this system) using the e1000e driver
  for Ubuntu.  The Ethernet connection is configured to use
  NetworkManager via Netplan on Ubuntu 18.04 LTS Server version.  ASRock
  Z370m Pro4 motherboard.

  The Ethernet interface will drop the Internet connectivity when I'm
  using either the Firefox or Chrome browser.  It usually happens when
  I'm using the search features of the browser. I can't figure out what
  would cause this type of behaviour.  When the Internet connection
  drops, the only way to get back Internet connectivity is to disconnect
  the wired connection using the Ubuntu features and then re-connect
  (this restarts the NetworkManager service I notice).

  In the NetworkManager logs I do notice an "auth" error about a file or
  directory not found. I've never seen that before.

  Note:  The auth error does not coincide with the loss of Internet
  connectivity, but it does proceed it.  Often there can be many hours
  between the auth error and the actual loss of Internet connectivity.

  After I reconnect the connection (via re-starting the NetworkManager
  service) all will be fine for up to a day or so, but then I stress
  test it with a bunch of searches using the browser and usually I can
  get the Internet connectivity to drop again.  Repeat the disconnect
  and reconnect process again (aka re-start NetworkManager) and the
  Internet connectivity will be fine again.  The longest I've seen it go
  without an "Internet connectivity drop" issue is about 36 hours.

  I notice that the e1000e driver does not list the I219-V as a
  supported Ethernet interface in the Intel documentation for the Linux
  version of the driver.  I'm not sure why that is.  The I219-V is
  supposed to used another driver, but it's not clear there's a Linux
  version for of the driver for the I219-V.

  I'm really disappointed that I've run into this issue with Ubuntu
  Server LTS 18.04 on this motherboard.  I had CentOS Server 7.4 (my
  standard server OS, a great Linux distro) on this same motherboard for
  a week with no issues, so I know the motherboard and the I219-V
  Ethernet interface are 100% good hardware wise and can work properly.
  CentOS 7.4 uses NetworkManager as the default for managing the
  Ethernet interface.

  The only reason I'm using Ubuntu Server 18.04 on this motherboard is
  because of a specific package that Ubuntu has a newer packaged version
  than CentOS. CentOS is extremely stable when it comes to basic server
  functionality.

  Hopefully, this bug with the I219-V Ethernet interface using the
  e1000e drive for Linux can be verified and a fix rolled out.

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[Kernel-packages] [Bug 1785171] Re: Intel I219-V Ethernet Interface on Ubuntu Linux Using e1000e Driver keeps Dropping Internet Connection

2019-02-02 Thread Manuel Ludwig
I can confirm the ping latency problem

Network:   Device-1: Intel driver: iwlwifi v: kernel port: N/A bus ID: 00:14.3 
   IF: wlp0s20f3 state: up mac: 34:41:5d:7b:45:ad 
   Device-2: Intel Ethernet I219-LM vendor: Hewlett-Packard driver: 
e1000e v: 3.2.6-k port: efa0 bus ID: 00:1f.6 
   IF: enp0s31f6 state: up speed: 1000 Mbps duplex: full mac: 
b4:b6:86:e6:20:9f

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Title:
  Intel I219-V Ethernet Interface on Ubuntu Linux Using e1000e Driver
  keeps Dropping Internet Connection

Status in linux package in Ubuntu:
  Confirmed
Status in linux source package in Bionic:
  Confirmed

Bug description:
  I've turned up many, many new server and workstation systems over the
  years on both Linux and Windows. Never seen anything like this
  behaviour I'm witnessing on Ubuntu Server 18.04 before where I simply
  lose Internet connectivity while using a browser.  Ethernet interfaces
  usually either work or they don't work.

  I've configured the Intel I219-V Ethernet interface (wired Ethernet
  connection, there is no wifi on this system) using the e1000e driver
  for Ubuntu.  The Ethernet connection is configured to use
  NetworkManager via Netplan on Ubuntu 18.04 LTS Server version.  ASRock
  Z370m Pro4 motherboard.

  The Ethernet interface will drop the Internet connectivity when I'm
  using either the Firefox or Chrome browser.  It usually happens when
  I'm using the search features of the browser. I can't figure out what
  would cause this type of behaviour.  When the Internet connection
  drops, the only way to get back Internet connectivity is to disconnect
  the wired connection using the Ubuntu features and then re-connect
  (this restarts the NetworkManager service I notice).

  In the NetworkManager logs I do notice an "auth" error about a file or
  directory not found. I've never seen that before.

  Note:  The auth error does not coincide with the loss of Internet
  connectivity, but it does proceed it.  Often there can be many hours
  between the auth error and the actual loss of Internet connectivity.

  After I reconnect the connection (via re-starting the NetworkManager
  service) all will be fine for up to a day or so, but then I stress
  test it with a bunch of searches using the browser and usually I can
  get the Internet connectivity to drop again.  Repeat the disconnect
  and reconnect process again (aka re-start NetworkManager) and the
  Internet connectivity will be fine again.  The longest I've seen it go
  without an "Internet connectivity drop" issue is about 36 hours.

  I notice that the e1000e driver does not list the I219-V as a
  supported Ethernet interface in the Intel documentation for the Linux
  version of the driver.  I'm not sure why that is.  The I219-V is
  supposed to used another driver, but it's not clear there's a Linux
  version for of the driver for the I219-V.

  I'm really disappointed that I've run into this issue with Ubuntu
  Server LTS 18.04 on this motherboard.  I had CentOS Server 7.4 (my
  standard server OS, a great Linux distro) on this same motherboard for
  a week with no issues, so I know the motherboard and the I219-V
  Ethernet interface are 100% good hardware wise and can work properly.
  CentOS 7.4 uses NetworkManager as the default for managing the
  Ethernet interface.

  The only reason I'm using Ubuntu Server 18.04 on this motherboard is
  because of a specific package that Ubuntu has a newer packaged version
  than CentOS. CentOS is extremely stable when it comes to basic server
  functionality.

  Hopefully, this bug with the I219-V Ethernet interface using the
  e1000e drive for Linux can be verified and a fix rolled out.

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[Kernel-packages] [Bug 1785171] Re: Intel I219-V Ethernet Interface on Ubuntu Linux Using e1000e Driver keeps Dropping Internet Connection

2019-01-24 Thread Mikko
I just bought Intel NUC8I5BEH and have also really annoying problems
with Ethernet Connection (6) I219-V (device id 15be). Tried to install
ubuntu 18.04 LTS version which _should_ be compatible with that NIC but
immediately couple of seconds after connectinc network cable (or loading
kernel module) ping latency starts increase to couple hundreds or
thousand ms. Also some packet loss starts to occur. I verified that
compiling intel driver and loading that kernel module fixed this ping
problem so most propably there is problem in kernel driver which is
included in 18.04.

Could someone else confirm this finding and it's relation to kernel
module (ubuntu/intel)? I would really appreciate if someone can
reproduce this ping issue with ubuntu 18.04 so I can be sure that there
is no hardware issue in my Intel NUC.

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Title:
  Intel I219-V Ethernet Interface on Ubuntu Linux Using e1000e Driver
  keeps Dropping Internet Connection

Status in linux package in Ubuntu:
  Confirmed
Status in linux source package in Bionic:
  Confirmed

Bug description:
  I've turned up many, many new server and workstation systems over the
  years on both Linux and Windows. Never seen anything like this
  behaviour I'm witnessing on Ubuntu Server 18.04 before where I simply
  lose Internet connectivity while using a browser.  Ethernet interfaces
  usually either work or they don't work.

  I've configured the Intel I219-V Ethernet interface (wired Ethernet
  connection, there is no wifi on this system) using the e1000e driver
  for Ubuntu.  The Ethernet connection is configured to use
  NetworkManager via Netplan on Ubuntu 18.04 LTS Server version.  ASRock
  Z370m Pro4 motherboard.

  The Ethernet interface will drop the Internet connectivity when I'm
  using either the Firefox or Chrome browser.  It usually happens when
  I'm using the search features of the browser. I can't figure out what
  would cause this type of behaviour.  When the Internet connection
  drops, the only way to get back Internet connectivity is to disconnect
  the wired connection using the Ubuntu features and then re-connect
  (this restarts the NetworkManager service I notice).

  In the NetworkManager logs I do notice an "auth" error about a file or
  directory not found. I've never seen that before.

  Note:  The auth error does not coincide with the loss of Internet
  connectivity, but it does proceed it.  Often there can be many hours
  between the auth error and the actual loss of Internet connectivity.

  After I reconnect the connection (via re-starting the NetworkManager
  service) all will be fine for up to a day or so, but then I stress
  test it with a bunch of searches using the browser and usually I can
  get the Internet connectivity to drop again.  Repeat the disconnect
  and reconnect process again (aka re-start NetworkManager) and the
  Internet connectivity will be fine again.  The longest I've seen it go
  without an "Internet connectivity drop" issue is about 36 hours.

  I notice that the e1000e driver does not list the I219-V as a
  supported Ethernet interface in the Intel documentation for the Linux
  version of the driver.  I'm not sure why that is.  The I219-V is
  supposed to used another driver, but it's not clear there's a Linux
  version for of the driver for the I219-V.

  I'm really disappointed that I've run into this issue with Ubuntu
  Server LTS 18.04 on this motherboard.  I had CentOS Server 7.4 (my
  standard server OS, a great Linux distro) on this same motherboard for
  a week with no issues, so I know the motherboard and the I219-V
  Ethernet interface are 100% good hardware wise and can work properly.
  CentOS 7.4 uses NetworkManager as the default for managing the
  Ethernet interface.

  The only reason I'm using Ubuntu Server 18.04 on this motherboard is
  because of a specific package that Ubuntu has a newer packaged version
  than CentOS. CentOS is extremely stable when it comes to basic server
  functionality.

  Hopefully, this bug with the I219-V Ethernet interface using the
  e1000e drive for Linux can be verified and a fix rolled out.

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[Kernel-packages] [Bug 1785171] Re: Intel I219-V Ethernet Interface on Ubuntu Linux Using e1000e Driver keeps Dropping Internet Connection

2019-01-04 Thread Johannes Jørgensen
I'm getting this on Ubuntu desktop 18.10 at work. It seems to be happening more 
and more often. Today it's up to 5 times within 2-3 hours. Currently I fix it 
by disconnecting and reconnecting the ethernet cable after af few seconds.
This is becomming rather painful.

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Title:
  Intel I219-V Ethernet Interface on Ubuntu Linux Using e1000e Driver
  keeps Dropping Internet Connection

Status in linux package in Ubuntu:
  Confirmed
Status in linux source package in Bionic:
  Confirmed

Bug description:
  I've turned up many, many new server and workstation systems over the
  years on both Linux and Windows. Never seen anything like this
  behaviour I'm witnessing on Ubuntu Server 18.04 before where I simply
  lose Internet connectivity while using a browser.  Ethernet interfaces
  usually either work or they don't work.

  I've configured the Intel I219-V Ethernet interface (wired Ethernet
  connection, there is no wifi on this system) using the e1000e driver
  for Ubuntu.  The Ethernet connection is configured to use
  NetworkManager via Netplan on Ubuntu 18.04 LTS Server version.  ASRock
  Z370m Pro4 motherboard.

  The Ethernet interface will drop the Internet connectivity when I'm
  using either the Firefox or Chrome browser.  It usually happens when
  I'm using the search features of the browser. I can't figure out what
  would cause this type of behaviour.  When the Internet connection
  drops, the only way to get back Internet connectivity is to disconnect
  the wired connection using the Ubuntu features and then re-connect
  (this restarts the NetworkManager service I notice).

  In the NetworkManager logs I do notice an "auth" error about a file or
  directory not found. I've never seen that before.

  Note:  The auth error does not coincide with the loss of Internet
  connectivity, but it does proceed it.  Often there can be many hours
  between the auth error and the actual loss of Internet connectivity.

  After I reconnect the connection (via re-starting the NetworkManager
  service) all will be fine for up to a day or so, but then I stress
  test it with a bunch of searches using the browser and usually I can
  get the Internet connectivity to drop again.  Repeat the disconnect
  and reconnect process again (aka re-start NetworkManager) and the
  Internet connectivity will be fine again.  The longest I've seen it go
  without an "Internet connectivity drop" issue is about 36 hours.

  I notice that the e1000e driver does not list the I219-V as a
  supported Ethernet interface in the Intel documentation for the Linux
  version of the driver.  I'm not sure why that is.  The I219-V is
  supposed to used another driver, but it's not clear there's a Linux
  version for of the driver for the I219-V.

  I'm really disappointed that I've run into this issue with Ubuntu
  Server LTS 18.04 on this motherboard.  I had CentOS Server 7.4 (my
  standard server OS, a great Linux distro) on this same motherboard for
  a week with no issues, so I know the motherboard and the I219-V
  Ethernet interface are 100% good hardware wise and can work properly.
  CentOS 7.4 uses NetworkManager as the default for managing the
  Ethernet interface.

  The only reason I'm using Ubuntu Server 18.04 on this motherboard is
  because of a specific package that Ubuntu has a newer packaged version
  than CentOS. CentOS is extremely stable when it comes to basic server
  functionality.

  Hopefully, this bug with the I219-V Ethernet interface using the
  e1000e drive for Linux can be verified and a fix rolled out.

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[Kernel-packages] [Bug 1785171] Re: Intel I219-V Ethernet Interface on Ubuntu Linux Using e1000e Driver keeps Dropping Internet Connection

2018-12-12 Thread og11
Some update comments on the issue with the Ubuntu 18.04 network
connectivity that started as soon as I installed Ubuntu Server 18.04
with the motherboard using this Intel i219-v network adapter.

The issue is getting worse, not better.  Previously the "drop" of the
network connection with Ubuntu Server 18.04 would occur every 2 or 3
days. But now the drops are occurring multiple times daily.  I don't
even need to be using/doing anything on the machine anymore.  The
network connection will be fine once second and then down a minute
later. The only way to get it back is to "disconnect" manually (in the
Ubuntu software setting for the adapter) and then reconnect manually.

No dual boot system, etc. It's a plain as can be Linux server that right
now is not of much use because the network connectivity (something that
should be 100% stable) keeps cutting out.

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Title:
  Intel I219-V Ethernet Interface on Ubuntu Linux Using e1000e Driver
  keeps Dropping Internet Connection

Status in linux package in Ubuntu:
  Confirmed
Status in linux source package in Bionic:
  Confirmed

Bug description:
  I've turned up many, many new server and workstation systems over the
  years on both Linux and Windows. Never seen anything like this
  behaviour I'm witnessing on Ubuntu Server 18.04 before where I simply
  lose Internet connectivity while using a browser.  Ethernet interfaces
  usually either work or they don't work.

  I've configured the Intel I219-V Ethernet interface (wired Ethernet
  connection, there is no wifi on this system) using the e1000e driver
  for Ubuntu.  The Ethernet connection is configured to use
  NetworkManager via Netplan on Ubuntu 18.04 LTS Server version.  ASRock
  Z370m Pro4 motherboard.

  The Ethernet interface will drop the Internet connectivity when I'm
  using either the Firefox or Chrome browser.  It usually happens when
  I'm using the search features of the browser. I can't figure out what
  would cause this type of behaviour.  When the Internet connection
  drops, the only way to get back Internet connectivity is to disconnect
  the wired connection using the Ubuntu features and then re-connect
  (this restarts the NetworkManager service I notice).

  In the NetworkManager logs I do notice an "auth" error about a file or
  directory not found. I've never seen that before.

  Note:  The auth error does not coincide with the loss of Internet
  connectivity, but it does proceed it.  Often there can be many hours
  between the auth error and the actual loss of Internet connectivity.

  After I reconnect the connection (via re-starting the NetworkManager
  service) all will be fine for up to a day or so, but then I stress
  test it with a bunch of searches using the browser and usually I can
  get the Internet connectivity to drop again.  Repeat the disconnect
  and reconnect process again (aka re-start NetworkManager) and the
  Internet connectivity will be fine again.  The longest I've seen it go
  without an "Internet connectivity drop" issue is about 36 hours.

  I notice that the e1000e driver does not list the I219-V as a
  supported Ethernet interface in the Intel documentation for the Linux
  version of the driver.  I'm not sure why that is.  The I219-V is
  supposed to used another driver, but it's not clear there's a Linux
  version for of the driver for the I219-V.

  I'm really disappointed that I've run into this issue with Ubuntu
  Server LTS 18.04 on this motherboard.  I had CentOS Server 7.4 (my
  standard server OS, a great Linux distro) on this same motherboard for
  a week with no issues, so I know the motherboard and the I219-V
  Ethernet interface are 100% good hardware wise and can work properly.
  CentOS 7.4 uses NetworkManager as the default for managing the
  Ethernet interface.

  The only reason I'm using Ubuntu Server 18.04 on this motherboard is
  because of a specific package that Ubuntu has a newer packaged version
  than CentOS. CentOS is extremely stable when it comes to basic server
  functionality.

  Hopefully, this bug with the I219-V Ethernet interface using the
  e1000e drive for Linux can be verified and a fix rolled out.

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[Kernel-packages] [Bug 1785171] Re: Intel I219-V Ethernet Interface on Ubuntu Linux Using e1000e Driver keeps Dropping Internet Connection

2018-12-03 Thread corrado venturini
added some info about in my bug
https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/systemd/+bug/1806458

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Title:
  Intel I219-V Ethernet Interface on Ubuntu Linux Using e1000e Driver
  keeps Dropping Internet Connection

Status in linux package in Ubuntu:
  Confirmed
Status in linux source package in Bionic:
  Confirmed

Bug description:
  I've turned up many, many new server and workstation systems over the
  years on both Linux and Windows. Never seen anything like this
  behaviour I'm witnessing on Ubuntu Server 18.04 before where I simply
  lose Internet connectivity while using a browser.  Ethernet interfaces
  usually either work or they don't work.

  I've configured the Intel I219-V Ethernet interface (wired Ethernet
  connection, there is no wifi on this system) using the e1000e driver
  for Ubuntu.  The Ethernet connection is configured to use
  NetworkManager via Netplan on Ubuntu 18.04 LTS Server version.  ASRock
  Z370m Pro4 motherboard.

  The Ethernet interface will drop the Internet connectivity when I'm
  using either the Firefox or Chrome browser.  It usually happens when
  I'm using the search features of the browser. I can't figure out what
  would cause this type of behaviour.  When the Internet connection
  drops, the only way to get back Internet connectivity is to disconnect
  the wired connection using the Ubuntu features and then re-connect
  (this restarts the NetworkManager service I notice).

  In the NetworkManager logs I do notice an "auth" error about a file or
  directory not found. I've never seen that before.

  Note:  The auth error does not coincide with the loss of Internet
  connectivity, but it does proceed it.  Often there can be many hours
  between the auth error and the actual loss of Internet connectivity.

  After I reconnect the connection (via re-starting the NetworkManager
  service) all will be fine for up to a day or so, but then I stress
  test it with a bunch of searches using the browser and usually I can
  get the Internet connectivity to drop again.  Repeat the disconnect
  and reconnect process again (aka re-start NetworkManager) and the
  Internet connectivity will be fine again.  The longest I've seen it go
  without an "Internet connectivity drop" issue is about 36 hours.

  I notice that the e1000e driver does not list the I219-V as a
  supported Ethernet interface in the Intel documentation for the Linux
  version of the driver.  I'm not sure why that is.  The I219-V is
  supposed to used another driver, but it's not clear there's a Linux
  version for of the driver for the I219-V.

  I'm really disappointed that I've run into this issue with Ubuntu
  Server LTS 18.04 on this motherboard.  I had CentOS Server 7.4 (my
  standard server OS, a great Linux distro) on this same motherboard for
  a week with no issues, so I know the motherboard and the I219-V
  Ethernet interface are 100% good hardware wise and can work properly.
  CentOS 7.4 uses NetworkManager as the default for managing the
  Ethernet interface.

  The only reason I'm using Ubuntu Server 18.04 on this motherboard is
  because of a specific package that Ubuntu has a newer packaged version
  than CentOS. CentOS is extremely stable when it comes to basic server
  functionality.

  Hopefully, this bug with the I219-V Ethernet interface using the
  e1000e drive for Linux can be verified and a fix rolled out.

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[Kernel-packages] [Bug 1785171] Re: Intel I219-V Ethernet Interface on Ubuntu Linux Using e1000e Driver keeps Dropping Internet Connection

2018-12-02 Thread corrado venturini
I cant run 'apport-collect 1785171' because i am not the creator of this bug. 
If i run ubuntu-bug xxx
what plan I have to put in xxx? Thanks

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Title:
  Intel I219-V Ethernet Interface on Ubuntu Linux Using e1000e Driver
  keeps Dropping Internet Connection

Status in linux package in Ubuntu:
  Confirmed
Status in linux source package in Bionic:
  Confirmed

Bug description:
  I've turned up many, many new server and workstation systems over the
  years on both Linux and Windows. Never seen anything like this
  behaviour I'm witnessing on Ubuntu Server 18.04 before where I simply
  lose Internet connectivity while using a browser.  Ethernet interfaces
  usually either work or they don't work.

  I've configured the Intel I219-V Ethernet interface (wired Ethernet
  connection, there is no wifi on this system) using the e1000e driver
  for Ubuntu.  The Ethernet connection is configured to use
  NetworkManager via Netplan on Ubuntu 18.04 LTS Server version.  ASRock
  Z370m Pro4 motherboard.

  The Ethernet interface will drop the Internet connectivity when I'm
  using either the Firefox or Chrome browser.  It usually happens when
  I'm using the search features of the browser. I can't figure out what
  would cause this type of behaviour.  When the Internet connection
  drops, the only way to get back Internet connectivity is to disconnect
  the wired connection using the Ubuntu features and then re-connect
  (this restarts the NetworkManager service I notice).

  In the NetworkManager logs I do notice an "auth" error about a file or
  directory not found. I've never seen that before.

  Note:  The auth error does not coincide with the loss of Internet
  connectivity, but it does proceed it.  Often there can be many hours
  between the auth error and the actual loss of Internet connectivity.

  After I reconnect the connection (via re-starting the NetworkManager
  service) all will be fine for up to a day or so, but then I stress
  test it with a bunch of searches using the browser and usually I can
  get the Internet connectivity to drop again.  Repeat the disconnect
  and reconnect process again (aka re-start NetworkManager) and the
  Internet connectivity will be fine again.  The longest I've seen it go
  without an "Internet connectivity drop" issue is about 36 hours.

  I notice that the e1000e driver does not list the I219-V as a
  supported Ethernet interface in the Intel documentation for the Linux
  version of the driver.  I'm not sure why that is.  The I219-V is
  supposed to used another driver, but it's not clear there's a Linux
  version for of the driver for the I219-V.

  I'm really disappointed that I've run into this issue with Ubuntu
  Server LTS 18.04 on this motherboard.  I had CentOS Server 7.4 (my
  standard server OS, a great Linux distro) on this same motherboard for
  a week with no issues, so I know the motherboard and the I219-V
  Ethernet interface are 100% good hardware wise and can work properly.
  CentOS 7.4 uses NetworkManager as the default for managing the
  Ethernet interface.

  The only reason I'm using Ubuntu Server 18.04 on this motherboard is
  because of a specific package that Ubuntu has a newer packaged version
  than CentOS. CentOS is extremely stable when it comes to basic server
  functionality.

  Hopefully, this bug with the I219-V Ethernet interface using the
  e1000e drive for Linux can be verified and a fix rolled out.

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[Kernel-packages] [Bug 1785171] Re: Intel I219-V Ethernet Interface on Ubuntu Linux Using e1000e Driver keeps Dropping Internet Connection

2018-12-02 Thread corrado venturini
On my PC in different partitions I have various Ubuntu releases and I can run 
'apport-collect 1785171'. In case I have to run it when the connection is 
dropped?
>From a partition with standard kernel? or from the one with last mainline 
>kernel? 
thank you.

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Title:
  Intel I219-V Ethernet Interface on Ubuntu Linux Using e1000e Driver
  keeps Dropping Internet Connection

Status in linux package in Ubuntu:
  Confirmed
Status in linux source package in Bionic:
  Confirmed

Bug description:
  I've turned up many, many new server and workstation systems over the
  years on both Linux and Windows. Never seen anything like this
  behaviour I'm witnessing on Ubuntu Server 18.04 before where I simply
  lose Internet connectivity while using a browser.  Ethernet interfaces
  usually either work or they don't work.

  I've configured the Intel I219-V Ethernet interface (wired Ethernet
  connection, there is no wifi on this system) using the e1000e driver
  for Ubuntu.  The Ethernet connection is configured to use
  NetworkManager via Netplan on Ubuntu 18.04 LTS Server version.  ASRock
  Z370m Pro4 motherboard.

  The Ethernet interface will drop the Internet connectivity when I'm
  using either the Firefox or Chrome browser.  It usually happens when
  I'm using the search features of the browser. I can't figure out what
  would cause this type of behaviour.  When the Internet connection
  drops, the only way to get back Internet connectivity is to disconnect
  the wired connection using the Ubuntu features and then re-connect
  (this restarts the NetworkManager service I notice).

  In the NetworkManager logs I do notice an "auth" error about a file or
  directory not found. I've never seen that before.

  Note:  The auth error does not coincide with the loss of Internet
  connectivity, but it does proceed it.  Often there can be many hours
  between the auth error and the actual loss of Internet connectivity.

  After I reconnect the connection (via re-starting the NetworkManager
  service) all will be fine for up to a day or so, but then I stress
  test it with a bunch of searches using the browser and usually I can
  get the Internet connectivity to drop again.  Repeat the disconnect
  and reconnect process again (aka re-start NetworkManager) and the
  Internet connectivity will be fine again.  The longest I've seen it go
  without an "Internet connectivity drop" issue is about 36 hours.

  I notice that the e1000e driver does not list the I219-V as a
  supported Ethernet interface in the Intel documentation for the Linux
  version of the driver.  I'm not sure why that is.  The I219-V is
  supposed to used another driver, but it's not clear there's a Linux
  version for of the driver for the I219-V.

  I'm really disappointed that I've run into this issue with Ubuntu
  Server LTS 18.04 on this motherboard.  I had CentOS Server 7.4 (my
  standard server OS, a great Linux distro) on this same motherboard for
  a week with no issues, so I know the motherboard and the I219-V
  Ethernet interface are 100% good hardware wise and can work properly.
  CentOS 7.4 uses NetworkManager as the default for managing the
  Ethernet interface.

  The only reason I'm using Ubuntu Server 18.04 on this motherboard is
  because of a specific package that Ubuntu has a newer packaged version
  than CentOS. CentOS is extremely stable when it comes to basic server
  functionality.

  Hopefully, this bug with the I219-V Ethernet interface using the
  e1000e drive for Linux can be verified and a fix rolled out.

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[Kernel-packages] [Bug 1785171] Re: Intel I219-V Ethernet Interface on Ubuntu Linux Using e1000e Driver keeps Dropping Internet Connection

2018-11-30 Thread corrado venturini
I have the same problem on my desktop running Ubuntu 18.04, 18.10 and 19.04 
with standard kernel and also in 19.04 with last mainline kernel. I don't have 
windows on my PC but multi-boot with other Ubuntu partitions.
corrado@corrado-p13-dd-1107-x:~$ inxi -Fx
System:Host: corrado-p13-dd-1107-x Kernel: 4.20.0-042000rc4-generic x86_64 
bits: 64 compiler: gcc 
   v: 8.2.0 Desktop: Gnome 3.30.1 Distro: Ubuntu 19.04 (Disco Dingo) 
Machine:   Type: Desktop Mobo: ASRock model: H110M-G/M.2 serial:  
   UEFI: American Megatrends v: P1.10 date: 05/11/2017 
CPU:   Topology: Dual Core model: Intel Core i3-7100 bits: 64 type: MT MCP 
arch: Kaby Lake rev: 9 
   L2 cache: 3072 KiB 
   flags: lm nx pae sse sse2 sse3 sse4_1 sse4_2 ssse3 vmx bogomips: 
31296 
   Speed: 800 MHz min/max: 800/3900 MHz Core speeds (MHz): 1: 800 2: 
800 3: 800 4: 800 
Graphics:  Device-1: Intel HD Graphics 630 vendor: ASRock driver: i915 v: 
kernel bus ID: 00:02.0 
   Display: wayland server: X.Org 1.20.3 driver: i915 resolution: 
1920x1080~60Hz 
   OpenGL: renderer: Mesa DRI Intel HD Graphics 630 (Kaby Lake GT2) v: 
4.5 Mesa 18.2.6 
   direct render: Yes 
Audio: Device-1: Intel 100 Series/C230 Series Family HD Audio vendor: 
ASRock Sunrise Point-H 
   driver: snd_hda_intel v: kernel bus ID: 00:1f.3 
   Sound Server: ALSA v: k4.20.0-042000rc4-generic 
Network:   Device-1: Intel Ethernet I219-V vendor: ASRock driver: e1000e v: 
3.2.6-k port: f040 
   bus ID: 00:1f.6 
   IF: enp0s31f6 state: up speed: 100 Mbps duplex: full mac: 
70:85:c2:44:7b:86 
Drives:Local Storage: total: 931.51 GiB used: 10.12 GiB (1.1%) 
   ID-1: /dev/sda vendor: Toshiba model: DT01ACA100 size: 931.51 GiB 
Partition: ID-1: / size: 15.62 GiB used: 10.12 GiB (64.8%) fs: ext4 dev: 
/dev/sda13 
   ID-2: swap-1 size: 8.00 GiB used: 0 KiB (0.0%) fs: swap dev: 
/dev/sda2 
Sensors:   System Temperatures: cpu: 31.0 C mobo: N/A 
   Fan Speeds (RPM): N/A 
Info:  Processes: 211 Uptime: 1h 40m Memory: 7.50 GiB used: 1.36 GiB 
(18.2%) Init: systemd 
   runlevel: 5 Compilers: gcc: 8.2.0 Shell: bash v: 4.4.19 inxi: 3.0.27 
corrado@corrado-p13-dd-1107-x:~$

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Title:
  Intel I219-V Ethernet Interface on Ubuntu Linux Using e1000e Driver
  keeps Dropping Internet Connection

Status in linux package in Ubuntu:
  Confirmed
Status in linux source package in Bionic:
  Confirmed

Bug description:
  I've turned up many, many new server and workstation systems over the
  years on both Linux and Windows. Never seen anything like this
  behaviour I'm witnessing on Ubuntu Server 18.04 before where I simply
  lose Internet connectivity while using a browser.  Ethernet interfaces
  usually either work or they don't work.

  I've configured the Intel I219-V Ethernet interface (wired Ethernet
  connection, there is no wifi on this system) using the e1000e driver
  for Ubuntu.  The Ethernet connection is configured to use
  NetworkManager via Netplan on Ubuntu 18.04 LTS Server version.  ASRock
  Z370m Pro4 motherboard.

  The Ethernet interface will drop the Internet connectivity when I'm
  using either the Firefox or Chrome browser.  It usually happens when
  I'm using the search features of the browser. I can't figure out what
  would cause this type of behaviour.  When the Internet connection
  drops, the only way to get back Internet connectivity is to disconnect
  the wired connection using the Ubuntu features and then re-connect
  (this restarts the NetworkManager service I notice).

  In the NetworkManager logs I do notice an "auth" error about a file or
  directory not found. I've never seen that before.

  Note:  The auth error does not coincide with the loss of Internet
  connectivity, but it does proceed it.  Often there can be many hours
  between the auth error and the actual loss of Internet connectivity.

  After I reconnect the connection (via re-starting the NetworkManager
  service) all will be fine for up to a day or so, but then I stress
  test it with a bunch of searches using the browser and usually I can
  get the Internet connectivity to drop again.  Repeat the disconnect
  and reconnect process again (aka re-start NetworkManager) and the
  Internet connectivity will be fine again.  The longest I've seen it go
  without an "Internet connectivity drop" issue is about 36 hours.

  I notice that the e1000e driver does not list the I219-V as a
  supported Ethernet interface in the Intel documentation for the Linux
  version of the driver.  I'm not sure why that is.  The I219-V is
  supposed to used another driver, but it's not clear there's a Linux
  version for of the driver for the I219-V.

  I'm really disappointed that I've run into this issue with Ubuntu
  Server LTS 18.04 on 

[Kernel-packages] [Bug 1785171] Re: Intel I219-V Ethernet Interface on Ubuntu Linux Using e1000e Driver keeps Dropping Internet Connection

2018-11-15 Thread Kai-Heng Feng
John,
If possible, please test latest mainline kernel and do kernel bisection so we 
can find the regression kernel commit.

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Title:
  Intel I219-V Ethernet Interface on Ubuntu Linux Using e1000e Driver
  keeps Dropping Internet Connection

Status in linux package in Ubuntu:
  Confirmed
Status in linux source package in Bionic:
  Confirmed

Bug description:
  I've turned up many, many new server and workstation systems over the
  years on both Linux and Windows. Never seen anything like this
  behaviour I'm witnessing on Ubuntu Server 18.04 before where I simply
  lose Internet connectivity while using a browser.  Ethernet interfaces
  usually either work or they don't work.

  I've configured the Intel I219-V Ethernet interface (wired Ethernet
  connection, there is no wifi on this system) using the e1000e driver
  for Ubuntu.  The Ethernet connection is configured to use
  NetworkManager via Netplan on Ubuntu 18.04 LTS Server version.  ASRock
  Z370m Pro4 motherboard.

  The Ethernet interface will drop the Internet connectivity when I'm
  using either the Firefox or Chrome browser.  It usually happens when
  I'm using the search features of the browser. I can't figure out what
  would cause this type of behaviour.  When the Internet connection
  drops, the only way to get back Internet connectivity is to disconnect
  the wired connection using the Ubuntu features and then re-connect
  (this restarts the NetworkManager service I notice).

  In the NetworkManager logs I do notice an "auth" error about a file or
  directory not found. I've never seen that before.

  Note:  The auth error does not coincide with the loss of Internet
  connectivity, but it does proceed it.  Often there can be many hours
  between the auth error and the actual loss of Internet connectivity.

  After I reconnect the connection (via re-starting the NetworkManager
  service) all will be fine for up to a day or so, but then I stress
  test it with a bunch of searches using the browser and usually I can
  get the Internet connectivity to drop again.  Repeat the disconnect
  and reconnect process again (aka re-start NetworkManager) and the
  Internet connectivity will be fine again.  The longest I've seen it go
  without an "Internet connectivity drop" issue is about 36 hours.

  I notice that the e1000e driver does not list the I219-V as a
  supported Ethernet interface in the Intel documentation for the Linux
  version of the driver.  I'm not sure why that is.  The I219-V is
  supposed to used another driver, but it's not clear there's a Linux
  version for of the driver for the I219-V.

  I'm really disappointed that I've run into this issue with Ubuntu
  Server LTS 18.04 on this motherboard.  I had CentOS Server 7.4 (my
  standard server OS, a great Linux distro) on this same motherboard for
  a week with no issues, so I know the motherboard and the I219-V
  Ethernet interface are 100% good hardware wise and can work properly.
  CentOS 7.4 uses NetworkManager as the default for managing the
  Ethernet interface.

  The only reason I'm using Ubuntu Server 18.04 on this motherboard is
  because of a specific package that Ubuntu has a newer packaged version
  than CentOS. CentOS is extremely stable when it comes to basic server
  functionality.

  Hopefully, this bug with the I219-V Ethernet interface using the
  e1000e drive for Linux can be verified and a fix rolled out.

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[Kernel-packages] [Bug 1785171] Re: Intel I219-V Ethernet Interface on Ubuntu Linux Using e1000e Driver keeps Dropping Internet Connection

2018-11-15 Thread John Little
I'm getting this on a desktop with Kubuntu 18.10, though it started on 18.04.  
A disconnect using the network applet, wait a few seconds, connect brings it 
back till the next disconnect.  I put up with it for months assuming it was due 
to something in the path to my router, but have isolated it back to the 
desktop.  I"m usually watching YouTube with firefox, but it has happened with 
ktorrent and zsync.
There's no Windows dual boot.
ethto0l -k shows tcp-segmentation-offload off.

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Title:
  Intel I219-V Ethernet Interface on Ubuntu Linux Using e1000e Driver
  keeps Dropping Internet Connection

Status in linux package in Ubuntu:
  Confirmed
Status in linux source package in Bionic:
  Confirmed

Bug description:
  I've turned up many, many new server and workstation systems over the
  years on both Linux and Windows. Never seen anything like this
  behaviour I'm witnessing on Ubuntu Server 18.04 before where I simply
  lose Internet connectivity while using a browser.  Ethernet interfaces
  usually either work or they don't work.

  I've configured the Intel I219-V Ethernet interface (wired Ethernet
  connection, there is no wifi on this system) using the e1000e driver
  for Ubuntu.  The Ethernet connection is configured to use
  NetworkManager via Netplan on Ubuntu 18.04 LTS Server version.  ASRock
  Z370m Pro4 motherboard.

  The Ethernet interface will drop the Internet connectivity when I'm
  using either the Firefox or Chrome browser.  It usually happens when
  I'm using the search features of the browser. I can't figure out what
  would cause this type of behaviour.  When the Internet connection
  drops, the only way to get back Internet connectivity is to disconnect
  the wired connection using the Ubuntu features and then re-connect
  (this restarts the NetworkManager service I notice).

  In the NetworkManager logs I do notice an "auth" error about a file or
  directory not found. I've never seen that before.

  Note:  The auth error does not coincide with the loss of Internet
  connectivity, but it does proceed it.  Often there can be many hours
  between the auth error and the actual loss of Internet connectivity.

  After I reconnect the connection (via re-starting the NetworkManager
  service) all will be fine for up to a day or so, but then I stress
  test it with a bunch of searches using the browser and usually I can
  get the Internet connectivity to drop again.  Repeat the disconnect
  and reconnect process again (aka re-start NetworkManager) and the
  Internet connectivity will be fine again.  The longest I've seen it go
  without an "Internet connectivity drop" issue is about 36 hours.

  I notice that the e1000e driver does not list the I219-V as a
  supported Ethernet interface in the Intel documentation for the Linux
  version of the driver.  I'm not sure why that is.  The I219-V is
  supposed to used another driver, but it's not clear there's a Linux
  version for of the driver for the I219-V.

  I'm really disappointed that I've run into this issue with Ubuntu
  Server LTS 18.04 on this motherboard.  I had CentOS Server 7.4 (my
  standard server OS, a great Linux distro) on this same motherboard for
  a week with no issues, so I know the motherboard and the I219-V
  Ethernet interface are 100% good hardware wise and can work properly.
  CentOS 7.4 uses NetworkManager as the default for managing the
  Ethernet interface.

  The only reason I'm using Ubuntu Server 18.04 on this motherboard is
  because of a specific package that Ubuntu has a newer packaged version
  than CentOS. CentOS is extremely stable when it comes to basic server
  functionality.

  Hopefully, this bug with the I219-V Ethernet interface using the
  e1000e drive for Linux can be verified and a fix rolled out.

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[Kernel-packages] [Bug 1785171] Re: Intel I219-V Ethernet Interface on Ubuntu Linux Using e1000e Driver keeps Dropping Internet Connection

2018-11-10 Thread Simas
I eon't have problems with connectivity, but I hqve problems with speed.
Iperf3 shows upload speed as normal(940mbps), but download speed is only
750mbps for some reason. I'm running Ubuntu 18.04.1, and Intel I219-V
NIC. Please fix!

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Title:
  Intel I219-V Ethernet Interface on Ubuntu Linux Using e1000e Driver
  keeps Dropping Internet Connection

Status in linux package in Ubuntu:
  Confirmed
Status in linux source package in Bionic:
  Confirmed

Bug description:
  I've turned up many, many new server and workstation systems over the
  years on both Linux and Windows. Never seen anything like this
  behaviour I'm witnessing on Ubuntu Server 18.04 before where I simply
  lose Internet connectivity while using a browser.  Ethernet interfaces
  usually either work or they don't work.

  I've configured the Intel I219-V Ethernet interface (wired Ethernet
  connection, there is no wifi on this system) using the e1000e driver
  for Ubuntu.  The Ethernet connection is configured to use
  NetworkManager via Netplan on Ubuntu 18.04 LTS Server version.  ASRock
  Z370m Pro4 motherboard.

  The Ethernet interface will drop the Internet connectivity when I'm
  using either the Firefox or Chrome browser.  It usually happens when
  I'm using the search features of the browser. I can't figure out what
  would cause this type of behaviour.  When the Internet connection
  drops, the only way to get back Internet connectivity is to disconnect
  the wired connection using the Ubuntu features and then re-connect
  (this restarts the NetworkManager service I notice).

  In the NetworkManager logs I do notice an "auth" error about a file or
  directory not found. I've never seen that before.

  Note:  The auth error does not coincide with the loss of Internet
  connectivity, but it does proceed it.  Often there can be many hours
  between the auth error and the actual loss of Internet connectivity.

  After I reconnect the connection (via re-starting the NetworkManager
  service) all will be fine for up to a day or so, but then I stress
  test it with a bunch of searches using the browser and usually I can
  get the Internet connectivity to drop again.  Repeat the disconnect
  and reconnect process again (aka re-start NetworkManager) and the
  Internet connectivity will be fine again.  The longest I've seen it go
  without an "Internet connectivity drop" issue is about 36 hours.

  I notice that the e1000e driver does not list the I219-V as a
  supported Ethernet interface in the Intel documentation for the Linux
  version of the driver.  I'm not sure why that is.  The I219-V is
  supposed to used another driver, but it's not clear there's a Linux
  version for of the driver for the I219-V.

  I'm really disappointed that I've run into this issue with Ubuntu
  Server LTS 18.04 on this motherboard.  I had CentOS Server 7.4 (my
  standard server OS, a great Linux distro) on this same motherboard for
  a week with no issues, so I know the motherboard and the I219-V
  Ethernet interface are 100% good hardware wise and can work properly.
  CentOS 7.4 uses NetworkManager as the default for managing the
  Ethernet interface.

  The only reason I'm using Ubuntu Server 18.04 on this motherboard is
  because of a specific package that Ubuntu has a newer packaged version
  than CentOS. CentOS is extremely stable when it comes to basic server
  functionality.

  Hopefully, this bug with the I219-V Ethernet interface using the
  e1000e drive for Linux can be verified and a fix rolled out.

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[Kernel-packages] [Bug 1785171] Re: Intel I219-V Ethernet Interface on Ubuntu Linux Using e1000e Driver keeps Dropping Internet Connection

2018-10-18 Thread TJ
There is a common issue on these I219-V systems which usually manifests
when used in a dual-boot scenario with Windows.

In that case the Windows driver enables various power-management
settings which, when rebooting into Linux without a cold-off, results in
network problems. Most usually the Ethernet device brings the link up
and can transmit packets but never receives packets.

My investigations showed this was caused by the receive side of the chip
not having been woken up by the Linux driver in some way.

In those circumstances even ethtool didn't seem able to solve it
(presumably the mainline e1000e driver doesn't do the correct thing).

The solution was always to disable the power-management options via
Windows. There's an Arch Linux thread with a good discussion and
screenshots of that issue at

https://bbs.archlinux.org/viewtopic.php?id=191981

See especially comment #8.

Whilst this may not be your issue it might give you some lead(s) to
identify what is going on.

I'd also use "ethtool -k" to check the features enabled and
investigation disabling all the "offload" functions one-by-one to see if
those are to blame. I'd be especially suspicious of tcp-segmentation-
offload (tso).

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Title:
  Intel I219-V Ethernet Interface on Ubuntu Linux Using e1000e Driver
  keeps Dropping Internet Connection

Status in linux package in Ubuntu:
  Confirmed
Status in linux source package in Bionic:
  Confirmed

Bug description:
  I've turned up many, many new server and workstation systems over the
  years on both Linux and Windows. Never seen anything like this
  behaviour I'm witnessing on Ubuntu Server 18.04 before where I simply
  lose Internet connectivity while using a browser.  Ethernet interfaces
  usually either work or they don't work.

  I've configured the Intel I219-V Ethernet interface (wired Ethernet
  connection, there is no wifi on this system) using the e1000e driver
  for Ubuntu.  The Ethernet connection is configured to use
  NetworkManager via Netplan on Ubuntu 18.04 LTS Server version.  ASRock
  Z370m Pro4 motherboard.

  The Ethernet interface will drop the Internet connectivity when I'm
  using either the Firefox or Chrome browser.  It usually happens when
  I'm using the search features of the browser. I can't figure out what
  would cause this type of behaviour.  When the Internet connection
  drops, the only way to get back Internet connectivity is to disconnect
  the wired connection using the Ubuntu features and then re-connect
  (this restarts the NetworkManager service I notice).

  In the NetworkManager logs I do notice an "auth" error about a file or
  directory not found. I've never seen that before.

  Note:  The auth error does not coincide with the loss of Internet
  connectivity, but it does proceed it.  Often there can be many hours
  between the auth error and the actual loss of Internet connectivity.

  After I reconnect the connection (via re-starting the NetworkManager
  service) all will be fine for up to a day or so, but then I stress
  test it with a bunch of searches using the browser and usually I can
  get the Internet connectivity to drop again.  Repeat the disconnect
  and reconnect process again (aka re-start NetworkManager) and the
  Internet connectivity will be fine again.  The longest I've seen it go
  without an "Internet connectivity drop" issue is about 36 hours.

  I notice that the e1000e driver does not list the I219-V as a
  supported Ethernet interface in the Intel documentation for the Linux
  version of the driver.  I'm not sure why that is.  The I219-V is
  supposed to used another driver, but it's not clear there's a Linux
  version for of the driver for the I219-V.

  I'm really disappointed that I've run into this issue with Ubuntu
  Server LTS 18.04 on this motherboard.  I had CentOS Server 7.4 (my
  standard server OS, a great Linux distro) on this same motherboard for
  a week with no issues, so I know the motherboard and the I219-V
  Ethernet interface are 100% good hardware wise and can work properly.
  CentOS 7.4 uses NetworkManager as the default for managing the
  Ethernet interface.

  The only reason I'm using Ubuntu Server 18.04 on this motherboard is
  because of a specific package that Ubuntu has a newer packaged version
  than CentOS. CentOS is extremely stable when it comes to basic server
  functionality.

  Hopefully, this bug with the I219-V Ethernet interface using the
  e1000e drive for Linux can be verified and a fix rolled out.

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[Kernel-packages] [Bug 1785171] Re: Intel I219-V Ethernet Interface on Ubuntu Linux Using e1000e Driver keeps Dropping Internet Connection

2018-09-08 Thread og11
?? How do we go about working with someone to get this issue with the
Intel i219-v ethernet controller fixed on Ubuntu 18.04? The issue has
existing since day one of the install and continues to this day.
Ethernet/Internet connectivity should be 100% staple on any OS.

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Title:
  Intel I219-V Ethernet Interface on Ubuntu Linux Using e1000e Driver
  keeps Dropping Internet Connection

Status in linux package in Ubuntu:
  Confirmed
Status in linux source package in Bionic:
  Confirmed

Bug description:
  I've turned up many, many new server and workstation systems over the
  years on both Linux and Windows. Never seen anything like this
  behaviour I'm witnessing on Ubuntu Server 18.04 before where I simply
  lose Internet connectivity while using a browser.  Ethernet interfaces
  usually either work or they don't work.

  I've configured the Intel I219-V Ethernet interface (wired Ethernet
  connection, there is no wifi on this system) using the e1000e driver
  for Ubuntu.  The Ethernet connection is configured to use
  NetworkManager via Netplan on Ubuntu 18.04 LTS Server version.  ASRock
  Z370m Pro4 motherboard.

  The Ethernet interface will drop the Internet connectivity when I'm
  using either the Firefox or Chrome browser.  It usually happens when
  I'm using the search features of the browser. I can't figure out what
  would cause this type of behaviour.  When the Internet connection
  drops, the only way to get back Internet connectivity is to disconnect
  the wired connection using the Ubuntu features and then re-connect
  (this restarts the NetworkManager service I notice).

  In the NetworkManager logs I do notice an "auth" error about a file or
  directory not found. I've never seen that before.

  Note:  The auth error does not coincide with the loss of Internet
  connectivity, but it does proceed it.  Often there can be many hours
  between the auth error and the actual loss of Internet connectivity.

  After I reconnect the connection (via re-starting the NetworkManager
  service) all will be fine for up to a day or so, but then I stress
  test it with a bunch of searches using the browser and usually I can
  get the Internet connectivity to drop again.  Repeat the disconnect
  and reconnect process again (aka re-start NetworkManager) and the
  Internet connectivity will be fine again.  The longest I've seen it go
  without an "Internet connectivity drop" issue is about 36 hours.

  I notice that the e1000e driver does not list the I219-V as a
  supported Ethernet interface in the Intel documentation for the Linux
  version of the driver.  I'm not sure why that is.  The I219-V is
  supposed to used another driver, but it's not clear there's a Linux
  version for of the driver for the I219-V.

  I'm really disappointed that I've run into this issue with Ubuntu
  Server LTS 18.04 on this motherboard.  I had CentOS Server 7.4 (my
  standard server OS, a great Linux distro) on this same motherboard for
  a week with no issues, so I know the motherboard and the I219-V
  Ethernet interface are 100% good hardware wise and can work properly.
  CentOS 7.4 uses NetworkManager as the default for managing the
  Ethernet interface.

  The only reason I'm using Ubuntu Server 18.04 on this motherboard is
  because of a specific package that Ubuntu has a newer packaged version
  than CentOS. CentOS is extremely stable when it comes to basic server
  functionality.

  Hopefully, this bug with the I219-V Ethernet interface using the
  e1000e drive for Linux can be verified and a fix rolled out.

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[Kernel-packages] [Bug 1785171] Re: Intel I219-V Ethernet Interface on Ubuntu Linux Using e1000e Driver keeps Dropping Internet Connection

2018-08-27 Thread og11
Following up on that previous note about missing log files and asking to
grant Launchpad access to our private systems.

I can't give Launchpad access to our private systems.

** Changed in: linux (Ubuntu)
   Status: Incomplete => Confirmed

** Changed in: linux (Ubuntu Bionic)
   Status: Incomplete => Confirmed

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Title:
  Intel I219-V Ethernet Interface on Ubuntu Linux Using e1000e Driver
  keeps Dropping Internet Connection

Status in linux package in Ubuntu:
  Confirmed
Status in linux source package in Bionic:
  Confirmed

Bug description:
  I've turned up many, many new server and workstation systems over the
  years on both Linux and Windows. Never seen anything like this
  behaviour I'm witnessing on Ubuntu Server 18.04 before where I simply
  lose Internet connectivity while using a browser.  Ethernet interfaces
  usually either work or they don't work.

  I've configured the Intel I219-V Ethernet interface (wired Ethernet
  connection, there is no wifi on this system) using the e1000e driver
  for Ubuntu.  The Ethernet connection is configured to use
  NetworkManager via Netplan on Ubuntu 18.04 LTS Server version.  ASRock
  Z370m Pro4 motherboard.

  The Ethernet interface will drop the Internet connectivity when I'm
  using either the Firefox or Chrome browser.  It usually happens when
  I'm using the search features of the browser. I can't figure out what
  would cause this type of behaviour.  When the Internet connection
  drops, the only way to get back Internet connectivity is to disconnect
  the wired connection using the Ubuntu features and then re-connect
  (this restarts the NetworkManager service I notice).

  In the NetworkManager logs I do notice an "auth" error about a file or
  directory not found. I've never seen that before.

  Note:  The auth error does not coincide with the loss of Internet
  connectivity, but it does proceed it.  Often there can be many hours
  between the auth error and the actual loss of Internet connectivity.

  After I reconnect the connection (via re-starting the NetworkManager
  service) all will be fine for up to a day or so, but then I stress
  test it with a bunch of searches using the browser and usually I can
  get the Internet connectivity to drop again.  Repeat the disconnect
  and reconnect process again (aka re-start NetworkManager) and the
  Internet connectivity will be fine again.  The longest I've seen it go
  without an "Internet connectivity drop" issue is about 36 hours.

  I notice that the e1000e driver does not list the I219-V as a
  supported Ethernet interface in the Intel documentation for the Linux
  version of the driver.  I'm not sure why that is.  The I219-V is
  supposed to used another driver, but it's not clear there's a Linux
  version for of the driver for the I219-V.

  I'm really disappointed that I've run into this issue with Ubuntu
  Server LTS 18.04 on this motherboard.  I had CentOS Server 7.4 (my
  standard server OS, a great Linux distro) on this same motherboard for
  a week with no issues, so I know the motherboard and the I219-V
  Ethernet interface are 100% good hardware wise and can work properly.
  CentOS 7.4 uses NetworkManager as the default for managing the
  Ethernet interface.

  The only reason I'm using Ubuntu Server 18.04 on this motherboard is
  because of a specific package that Ubuntu has a newer packaged version
  than CentOS. CentOS is extremely stable when it comes to basic server
  functionality.

  Hopefully, this bug with the I219-V Ethernet interface using the
  e1000e drive for Linux can be verified and a fix rolled out.

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[Kernel-packages] [Bug 1785171] Re: Intel I219-V Ethernet Interface on Ubuntu Linux Using e1000e Driver keeps Dropping Internet Connection

2018-08-27 Thread og11
Incomplete = reporter needs to give more information ??

I'm not sure how much more detailed information this original reporter
can give on this i219-v nic performance issue with Ubuntu 18.04 server?
Especially, when it's documented others have had NIC issues with Ubuntu
18.04 server.

Can someone please let me know what further is needed, or simply say
there's nothing that can be done to fix the issue with Ubuntu 18.04
server.  If there's nothing to be done on the Ubuntu side, please let me
know and I can move on to a Linux distribution that can handle the
i219-v NIC in a stable manner. Thanks.

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Title:
  Intel I219-V Ethernet Interface on Ubuntu Linux Using e1000e Driver
  keeps Dropping Internet Connection

Status in linux package in Ubuntu:
  Confirmed
Status in linux source package in Bionic:
  Confirmed

Bug description:
  I've turned up many, many new server and workstation systems over the
  years on both Linux and Windows. Never seen anything like this
  behaviour I'm witnessing on Ubuntu Server 18.04 before where I simply
  lose Internet connectivity while using a browser.  Ethernet interfaces
  usually either work or they don't work.

  I've configured the Intel I219-V Ethernet interface (wired Ethernet
  connection, there is no wifi on this system) using the e1000e driver
  for Ubuntu.  The Ethernet connection is configured to use
  NetworkManager via Netplan on Ubuntu 18.04 LTS Server version.  ASRock
  Z370m Pro4 motherboard.

  The Ethernet interface will drop the Internet connectivity when I'm
  using either the Firefox or Chrome browser.  It usually happens when
  I'm using the search features of the browser. I can't figure out what
  would cause this type of behaviour.  When the Internet connection
  drops, the only way to get back Internet connectivity is to disconnect
  the wired connection using the Ubuntu features and then re-connect
  (this restarts the NetworkManager service I notice).

  In the NetworkManager logs I do notice an "auth" error about a file or
  directory not found. I've never seen that before.

  Note:  The auth error does not coincide with the loss of Internet
  connectivity, but it does proceed it.  Often there can be many hours
  between the auth error and the actual loss of Internet connectivity.

  After I reconnect the connection (via re-starting the NetworkManager
  service) all will be fine for up to a day or so, but then I stress
  test it with a bunch of searches using the browser and usually I can
  get the Internet connectivity to drop again.  Repeat the disconnect
  and reconnect process again (aka re-start NetworkManager) and the
  Internet connectivity will be fine again.  The longest I've seen it go
  without an "Internet connectivity drop" issue is about 36 hours.

  I notice that the e1000e driver does not list the I219-V as a
  supported Ethernet interface in the Intel documentation for the Linux
  version of the driver.  I'm not sure why that is.  The I219-V is
  supposed to used another driver, but it's not clear there's a Linux
  version for of the driver for the I219-V.

  I'm really disappointed that I've run into this issue with Ubuntu
  Server LTS 18.04 on this motherboard.  I had CentOS Server 7.4 (my
  standard server OS, a great Linux distro) on this same motherboard for
  a week with no issues, so I know the motherboard and the I219-V
  Ethernet interface are 100% good hardware wise and can work properly.
  CentOS 7.4 uses NetworkManager as the default for managing the
  Ethernet interface.

  The only reason I'm using Ubuntu Server 18.04 on this motherboard is
  because of a specific package that Ubuntu has a newer packaged version
  than CentOS. CentOS is extremely stable when it comes to basic server
  functionality.

  Hopefully, this bug with the I219-V Ethernet interface using the
  e1000e drive for Linux can be verified and a fix rolled out.

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[Kernel-packages] [Bug 1785171] Re: Intel I219-V Ethernet Interface on Ubuntu Linux Using e1000e Driver keeps Dropping Internet Connection

2018-08-27 Thread og11
what are the next steps on this bug ticket? It still shows "incomplete"
status?

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Title:
  Intel I219-V Ethernet Interface on Ubuntu Linux Using e1000e Driver
  keeps Dropping Internet Connection

Status in linux package in Ubuntu:
  Incomplete
Status in linux source package in Bionic:
  Incomplete

Bug description:
  I've turned up many, many new server and workstation systems over the
  years on both Linux and Windows. Never seen anything like this
  behaviour I'm witnessing on Ubuntu Server 18.04 before where I simply
  lose Internet connectivity while using a browser.  Ethernet interfaces
  usually either work or they don't work.

  I've configured the Intel I219-V Ethernet interface (wired Ethernet
  connection, there is no wifi on this system) using the e1000e driver
  for Ubuntu.  The Ethernet connection is configured to use
  NetworkManager via Netplan on Ubuntu 18.04 LTS Server version.  ASRock
  Z370m Pro4 motherboard.

  The Ethernet interface will drop the Internet connectivity when I'm
  using either the Firefox or Chrome browser.  It usually happens when
  I'm using the search features of the browser. I can't figure out what
  would cause this type of behaviour.  When the Internet connection
  drops, the only way to get back Internet connectivity is to disconnect
  the wired connection using the Ubuntu features and then re-connect
  (this restarts the NetworkManager service I notice).

  In the NetworkManager logs I do notice an "auth" error about a file or
  directory not found. I've never seen that before.

  Note:  The auth error does not coincide with the loss of Internet
  connectivity, but it does proceed it.  Often there can be many hours
  between the auth error and the actual loss of Internet connectivity.

  After I reconnect the connection (via re-starting the NetworkManager
  service) all will be fine for up to a day or so, but then I stress
  test it with a bunch of searches using the browser and usually I can
  get the Internet connectivity to drop again.  Repeat the disconnect
  and reconnect process again (aka re-start NetworkManager) and the
  Internet connectivity will be fine again.  The longest I've seen it go
  without an "Internet connectivity drop" issue is about 36 hours.

  I notice that the e1000e driver does not list the I219-V as a
  supported Ethernet interface in the Intel documentation for the Linux
  version of the driver.  I'm not sure why that is.  The I219-V is
  supposed to used another driver, but it's not clear there's a Linux
  version for of the driver for the I219-V.

  I'm really disappointed that I've run into this issue with Ubuntu
  Server LTS 18.04 on this motherboard.  I had CentOS Server 7.4 (my
  standard server OS, a great Linux distro) on this same motherboard for
  a week with no issues, so I know the motherboard and the I219-V
  Ethernet interface are 100% good hardware wise and can work properly.
  CentOS 7.4 uses NetworkManager as the default for managing the
  Ethernet interface.

  The only reason I'm using Ubuntu Server 18.04 on this motherboard is
  because of a specific package that Ubuntu has a newer packaged version
  than CentOS. CentOS is extremely stable when it comes to basic server
  functionality.

  Hopefully, this bug with the I219-V Ethernet interface using the
  e1000e drive for Linux can be verified and a fix rolled out.

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[Kernel-packages] [Bug 1785171] Re: Intel I219-V Ethernet Interface on Ubuntu Linux Using e1000e Driver keeps Dropping Internet Connection

2018-08-26 Thread og11
Here's the syslog from today.  Had another drop network connection
episode around around 9:40pm. same behaviour.  Works Ok most of the day,
often for a day or two, though the download speed on the speedtests is
no where near where it should be (that's my indication that something is
not configured right, I've never seen this before).  Upload speed on the
speedtests is fine though. I have to disable and then re-enable the
ethernet interface to get the internet connection back when I notice
there is no connectivity to the internet via a browser.

** Attachment added: "syslog"
   
https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/linux/+bug/1785171/+attachment/5181105/+files/syslog

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Title:
  Intel I219-V Ethernet Interface on Ubuntu Linux Using e1000e Driver
  keeps Dropping Internet Connection

Status in linux package in Ubuntu:
  Incomplete
Status in linux source package in Bionic:
  Incomplete

Bug description:
  I've turned up many, many new server and workstation systems over the
  years on both Linux and Windows. Never seen anything like this
  behaviour I'm witnessing on Ubuntu Server 18.04 before where I simply
  lose Internet connectivity while using a browser.  Ethernet interfaces
  usually either work or they don't work.

  I've configured the Intel I219-V Ethernet interface (wired Ethernet
  connection, there is no wifi on this system) using the e1000e driver
  for Ubuntu.  The Ethernet connection is configured to use
  NetworkManager via Netplan on Ubuntu 18.04 LTS Server version.  ASRock
  Z370m Pro4 motherboard.

  The Ethernet interface will drop the Internet connectivity when I'm
  using either the Firefox or Chrome browser.  It usually happens when
  I'm using the search features of the browser. I can't figure out what
  would cause this type of behaviour.  When the Internet connection
  drops, the only way to get back Internet connectivity is to disconnect
  the wired connection using the Ubuntu features and then re-connect
  (this restarts the NetworkManager service I notice).

  In the NetworkManager logs I do notice an "auth" error about a file or
  directory not found. I've never seen that before.

  Note:  The auth error does not coincide with the loss of Internet
  connectivity, but it does proceed it.  Often there can be many hours
  between the auth error and the actual loss of Internet connectivity.

  After I reconnect the connection (via re-starting the NetworkManager
  service) all will be fine for up to a day or so, but then I stress
  test it with a bunch of searches using the browser and usually I can
  get the Internet connectivity to drop again.  Repeat the disconnect
  and reconnect process again (aka re-start NetworkManager) and the
  Internet connectivity will be fine again.  The longest I've seen it go
  without an "Internet connectivity drop" issue is about 36 hours.

  I notice that the e1000e driver does not list the I219-V as a
  supported Ethernet interface in the Intel documentation for the Linux
  version of the driver.  I'm not sure why that is.  The I219-V is
  supposed to used another driver, but it's not clear there's a Linux
  version for of the driver for the I219-V.

  I'm really disappointed that I've run into this issue with Ubuntu
  Server LTS 18.04 on this motherboard.  I had CentOS Server 7.4 (my
  standard server OS, a great Linux distro) on this same motherboard for
  a week with no issues, so I know the motherboard and the I219-V
  Ethernet interface are 100% good hardware wise and can work properly.
  CentOS 7.4 uses NetworkManager as the default for managing the
  Ethernet interface.

  The only reason I'm using Ubuntu Server 18.04 on this motherboard is
  because of a specific package that Ubuntu has a newer packaged version
  than CentOS. CentOS is extremely stable when it comes to basic server
  functionality.

  Hopefully, this bug with the I219-V Ethernet interface using the
  e1000e drive for Linux can be verified and a fix rolled out.

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[Kernel-packages] [Bug 1785171] Re: Intel I219-V Ethernet Interface on Ubuntu Linux Using e1000e Driver keeps Dropping Internet Connection

2018-08-25 Thread og11
Here is the syslog file from Aug. 21 the last time the ethernet
connectivity on the i219-v onboard NIC disappeared and I had to manually
disable and re-enable the network interface.

Let me know if you need anything else.

** Attachment added: "syslog.4.gz"
   
https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/linux/+bug/1785171/+attachment/5180707/+files/syslog.4.gz

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Title:
  Intel I219-V Ethernet Interface on Ubuntu Linux Using e1000e Driver
  keeps Dropping Internet Connection

Status in linux package in Ubuntu:
  Incomplete
Status in linux source package in Bionic:
  Incomplete

Bug description:
  I've turned up many, many new server and workstation systems over the
  years on both Linux and Windows. Never seen anything like this
  behaviour I'm witnessing on Ubuntu Server 18.04 before where I simply
  lose Internet connectivity while using a browser.  Ethernet interfaces
  usually either work or they don't work.

  I've configured the Intel I219-V Ethernet interface (wired Ethernet
  connection, there is no wifi on this system) using the e1000e driver
  for Ubuntu.  The Ethernet connection is configured to use
  NetworkManager via Netplan on Ubuntu 18.04 LTS Server version.  ASRock
  Z370m Pro4 motherboard.

  The Ethernet interface will drop the Internet connectivity when I'm
  using either the Firefox or Chrome browser.  It usually happens when
  I'm using the search features of the browser. I can't figure out what
  would cause this type of behaviour.  When the Internet connection
  drops, the only way to get back Internet connectivity is to disconnect
  the wired connection using the Ubuntu features and then re-connect
  (this restarts the NetworkManager service I notice).

  In the NetworkManager logs I do notice an "auth" error about a file or
  directory not found. I've never seen that before.

  Note:  The auth error does not coincide with the loss of Internet
  connectivity, but it does proceed it.  Often there can be many hours
  between the auth error and the actual loss of Internet connectivity.

  After I reconnect the connection (via re-starting the NetworkManager
  service) all will be fine for up to a day or so, but then I stress
  test it with a bunch of searches using the browser and usually I can
  get the Internet connectivity to drop again.  Repeat the disconnect
  and reconnect process again (aka re-start NetworkManager) and the
  Internet connectivity will be fine again.  The longest I've seen it go
  without an "Internet connectivity drop" issue is about 36 hours.

  I notice that the e1000e driver does not list the I219-V as a
  supported Ethernet interface in the Intel documentation for the Linux
  version of the driver.  I'm not sure why that is.  The I219-V is
  supposed to used another driver, but it's not clear there's a Linux
  version for of the driver for the I219-V.

  I'm really disappointed that I've run into this issue with Ubuntu
  Server LTS 18.04 on this motherboard.  I had CentOS Server 7.4 (my
  standard server OS, a great Linux distro) on this same motherboard for
  a week with no issues, so I know the motherboard and the I219-V
  Ethernet interface are 100% good hardware wise and can work properly.
  CentOS 7.4 uses NetworkManager as the default for managing the
  Ethernet interface.

  The only reason I'm using Ubuntu Server 18.04 on this motherboard is
  because of a specific package that Ubuntu has a newer packaged version
  than CentOS. CentOS is extremely stable when it comes to basic server
  functionality.

  Hopefully, this bug with the I219-V Ethernet interface using the
  e1000e drive for Linux can be verified and a fix rolled out.

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[Kernel-packages] [Bug 1785171] Re: Intel I219-V Ethernet Interface on Ubuntu Linux Using e1000e Driver keeps Dropping Internet Connection

2018-08-21 Thread og11
The loss of the Internet connectivity on Ubuntu Server 18.04- continues
to be an issue with the Intel i219-v onboard Ethernet adapter. I just
lost the Internet connectivity on the Ubuntu 18.04 server and I was not
even doing anything on the server.

I just logged in and the Internet connectivity had dropped. There's no
way this should be happening if the OS/driver software was driving the
Ethernet adaptor properly.

I've run several experiments over the last few weeks on the performance
and stability with both the NetworkManager and networkd services.  I was
thinking that maybe the networkd implementation by Ubuntu Server was
stable, but that's was a no go as well. Same behaviour as with
NetworkManager.

I'm going to have to remove Ubuntu Server 18.04 (probably go back to
CentOS Server 7.4) if Ubuntu Server 18.04 can't manage the required
networking. Simply should not be an issue given the long-term proven
technologies involved with Ethernet and IP networking.

Thanks.

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Title:
  Intel I219-V Ethernet Interface on Ubuntu Linux Using e1000e Driver
  keeps Dropping Internet Connection

Status in linux package in Ubuntu:
  Incomplete
Status in linux source package in Bionic:
  Incomplete

Bug description:
  I've turned up many, many new server and workstation systems over the
  years on both Linux and Windows. Never seen anything like this
  behaviour I'm witnessing on Ubuntu Server 18.04 before where I simply
  lose Internet connectivity while using a browser.  Ethernet interfaces
  usually either work or they don't work.

  I've configured the Intel I219-V Ethernet interface (wired Ethernet
  connection, there is no wifi on this system) using the e1000e driver
  for Ubuntu.  The Ethernet connection is configured to use
  NetworkManager via Netplan on Ubuntu 18.04 LTS Server version.  ASRock
  Z370m Pro4 motherboard.

  The Ethernet interface will drop the Internet connectivity when I'm
  using either the Firefox or Chrome browser.  It usually happens when
  I'm using the search features of the browser. I can't figure out what
  would cause this type of behaviour.  When the Internet connection
  drops, the only way to get back Internet connectivity is to disconnect
  the wired connection using the Ubuntu features and then re-connect
  (this restarts the NetworkManager service I notice).

  In the NetworkManager logs I do notice an "auth" error about a file or
  directory not found. I've never seen that before.

  Note:  The auth error does not coincide with the loss of Internet
  connectivity, but it does proceed it.  Often there can be many hours
  between the auth error and the actual loss of Internet connectivity.

  After I reconnect the connection (via re-starting the NetworkManager
  service) all will be fine for up to a day or so, but then I stress
  test it with a bunch of searches using the browser and usually I can
  get the Internet connectivity to drop again.  Repeat the disconnect
  and reconnect process again (aka re-start NetworkManager) and the
  Internet connectivity will be fine again.  The longest I've seen it go
  without an "Internet connectivity drop" issue is about 36 hours.

  I notice that the e1000e driver does not list the I219-V as a
  supported Ethernet interface in the Intel documentation for the Linux
  version of the driver.  I'm not sure why that is.  The I219-V is
  supposed to used another driver, but it's not clear there's a Linux
  version for of the driver for the I219-V.

  I'm really disappointed that I've run into this issue with Ubuntu
  Server LTS 18.04 on this motherboard.  I had CentOS Server 7.4 (my
  standard server OS, a great Linux distro) on this same motherboard for
  a week with no issues, so I know the motherboard and the I219-V
  Ethernet interface are 100% good hardware wise and can work properly.
  CentOS 7.4 uses NetworkManager as the default for managing the
  Ethernet interface.

  The only reason I'm using Ubuntu Server 18.04 on this motherboard is
  because of a specific package that Ubuntu has a newer packaged version
  than CentOS. CentOS is extremely stable when it comes to basic server
  functionality.

  Hopefully, this bug with the I219-V Ethernet interface using the
  e1000e drive for Linux can be verified and a fix rolled out.

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[Kernel-packages] [Bug 1785171] Re: Intel I219-V Ethernet Interface on Ubuntu Linux Using e1000e Driver keeps Dropping Internet Connection

2018-08-09 Thread og11
Obviously, there's others having issues with Ubuntu Server 18.04 and
their network connectivity.

I prefer to use NetworkManager to control my wifi and wired Ethernet
network interfaces.  Ubuntu has a different view it seems (prefer
networkd for wired interface, NetworkManager for wifi it seems), but
there should be no bugs for those that choose to configure their systems
to use NetworkManager.  My networking hardware with NetworkManager is
rock solid on CentOS Server 7.4, so I don't get why the network
connectivity using NetworkManager is not stable for Ubuntu Server 18.04?

Please see the following string from this recent Ubuntu bug ticket
opened with regards to the wired network interface not working properly
with Ubuntu 18.04 (their is is mostly similar, though their road is
slightly different in figuring out something is not right with Ubuntu
18.04 server and their network interface).

To sum this long bug post, the Ubuntu Server 18.04 implementation of
NetworkManager is maybe not preferred, but it should be working
perfectly on my Intel i219-v onboard network adapter.

https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/network-manager/+bug/1772859


There's a bug somewhere (e1000e driver, Ubuntu 18.04 implementation of 
NetworkManager, etc.) given the poor/strange performance I'm seeing on multiple 
fronts. Intermittent loss of internet connectivity and very, very poor download 
performance across my setup of the Intel i219-V onboard NI and the 
implementation of Netplan/NetworkManager on the Ubuntu Server 18.04 OS. 

If it's not a bug (meaning a configuration like mine is proven 99.%
stable using the scientific method through verification in the lab),
then let's get the proper NetworkManager configuration information
documented in detail on the Ubuntu wiki, so this same issue is not be
brought up over and over again.

Please let me know if there is more help and info I can provide to get
to this fixed and working properly as it should be.

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Title:
  Intel I219-V Ethernet Interface on Ubuntu Linux Using e1000e Driver
  keeps Dropping Internet Connection

Status in linux package in Ubuntu:
  Incomplete
Status in linux source package in Bionic:
  Incomplete

Bug description:
  I've turned up many, many new server and workstation systems over the
  years on both Linux and Windows. Never seen anything like this
  behaviour I'm witnessing on Ubuntu Server 18.04 before where I simply
  lose Internet connectivity while using a browser.  Ethernet interfaces
  usually either work or they don't work.

  I've configured the Intel I219-V Ethernet interface (wired Ethernet
  connection, there is no wifi on this system) using the e1000e driver
  for Ubuntu.  The Ethernet connection is configured to use
  NetworkManager via Netplan on Ubuntu 18.04 LTS Server version.  ASRock
  Z370m Pro4 motherboard.

  The Ethernet interface will drop the Internet connectivity when I'm
  using either the Firefox or Chrome browser.  It usually happens when
  I'm using the search features of the browser. I can't figure out what
  would cause this type of behaviour.  When the Internet connection
  drops, the only way to get back Internet connectivity is to disconnect
  the wired connection using the Ubuntu features and then re-connect
  (this restarts the NetworkManager service I notice).

  In the NetworkManager logs I do notice an "auth" error about a file or
  directory not found. I've never seen that before.

  Note:  The auth error does not coincide with the loss of Internet
  connectivity, but it does proceed it.  Often there can be many hours
  between the auth error and the actual loss of Internet connectivity.

  After I reconnect the connection (via re-starting the NetworkManager
  service) all will be fine for up to a day or so, but then I stress
  test it with a bunch of searches using the browser and usually I can
  get the Internet connectivity to drop again.  Repeat the disconnect
  and reconnect process again (aka re-start NetworkManager) and the
  Internet connectivity will be fine again.  The longest I've seen it go
  without an "Internet connectivity drop" issue is about 36 hours.

  I notice that the e1000e driver does not list the I219-V as a
  supported Ethernet interface in the Intel documentation for the Linux
  version of the driver.  I'm not sure why that is.  The I219-V is
  supposed to used another driver, but it's not clear there's a Linux
  version for of the driver for the I219-V.

  I'm really disappointed that I've run into this issue with Ubuntu
  Server LTS 18.04 on this motherboard.  I had CentOS Server 7.4 (my
  standard server OS, a great Linux distro) on this same motherboard for
  a week with no issues, so I know the motherboard and the I219-V
  Ethernet interface are 100% good hardware wise and can work properly.
  CentOS 7.4 uses 

[Kernel-packages] [Bug 1785171] Re: Intel I219-V Ethernet Interface on Ubuntu Linux Using e1000e Driver keeps Dropping Internet Connection

2018-08-09 Thread og11
Thanks for the reply.

Maybe I'm not correctly interpreting the reply referring to "a kernel
issue like this requires kernel bisection" and "We can't do much if we
don't have the hardware".

Why would the internet connectivity issues I'm seeing with Ubuntu 18.04
Server running the Intel onboard i219-v Ethernet adapter be a kernel
issue?

As I've stated multiple times already, this i219-v Ethernet adapter ran
perfectly on CentOS Server 7.4 for over a week (and we know CentOS is
much more conservation with the Linux kernels used in their
distribution) before I removed CentOS 7.4 and decided I'd given Ubuntu
Server 18.04 a try and see where Ubuntu is at as a Linux server
distribution vs CentOS.

Given my experience designing and building $B networks, this is not a
hardware issue (very, very rare) and given CentOS Server 7.4 worked
perfectly for everything expected of a server, including the network
performance using this same i219-v Ethernet adaptor, it's most likely
not a Linux kernel issue.

There's something in the way Ubuntu Server 18.04 is configured to use
this Intel i219-v onboard network adaptor hardware that's the root of
the issue.  It's probably a scenario that Ubuntu Server 18.04 had
probably not seen before and was never verified with (given what I know
and have observed with how software is tested these days.  My vendors
constantly use us as a testing platform, but that's a separate story).

Again today, the network adaptor on the Ubuntu 18.04 server lost
connectivity to the internet and I had to disconnect and then reconnect
the wired Ethernet connnection to get the internet connection backup
(simply, Network Manager service has to be stopped and then restarted,
you can see it clearly in the logs I provided in a previous post).

What is Ubuntu support/development saying here? That Ubuntu Server 18.04
can't execute basic internet connectivity on the i219-v Ethernet adaptor
in a 100% stable manner?

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Title:
  Intel I219-V Ethernet Interface on Ubuntu Linux Using e1000e Driver
  keeps Dropping Internet Connection

Status in linux package in Ubuntu:
  Incomplete
Status in linux source package in Bionic:
  Incomplete

Bug description:
  I've turned up many, many new server and workstation systems over the
  years on both Linux and Windows. Never seen anything like this
  behaviour I'm witnessing on Ubuntu Server 18.04 before where I simply
  lose Internet connectivity while using a browser.  Ethernet interfaces
  usually either work or they don't work.

  I've configured the Intel I219-V Ethernet interface (wired Ethernet
  connection, there is no wifi on this system) using the e1000e driver
  for Ubuntu.  The Ethernet connection is configured to use
  NetworkManager via Netplan on Ubuntu 18.04 LTS Server version.  ASRock
  Z370m Pro4 motherboard.

  The Ethernet interface will drop the Internet connectivity when I'm
  using either the Firefox or Chrome browser.  It usually happens when
  I'm using the search features of the browser. I can't figure out what
  would cause this type of behaviour.  When the Internet connection
  drops, the only way to get back Internet connectivity is to disconnect
  the wired connection using the Ubuntu features and then re-connect
  (this restarts the NetworkManager service I notice).

  In the NetworkManager logs I do notice an "auth" error about a file or
  directory not found. I've never seen that before.

  Note:  The auth error does not coincide with the loss of Internet
  connectivity, but it does proceed it.  Often there can be many hours
  between the auth error and the actual loss of Internet connectivity.

  After I reconnect the connection (via re-starting the NetworkManager
  service) all will be fine for up to a day or so, but then I stress
  test it with a bunch of searches using the browser and usually I can
  get the Internet connectivity to drop again.  Repeat the disconnect
  and reconnect process again (aka re-start NetworkManager) and the
  Internet connectivity will be fine again.  The longest I've seen it go
  without an "Internet connectivity drop" issue is about 36 hours.

  I notice that the e1000e driver does not list the I219-V as a
  supported Ethernet interface in the Intel documentation for the Linux
  version of the driver.  I'm not sure why that is.  The I219-V is
  supposed to used another driver, but it's not clear there's a Linux
  version for of the driver for the I219-V.

  I'm really disappointed that I've run into this issue with Ubuntu
  Server LTS 18.04 on this motherboard.  I had CentOS Server 7.4 (my
  standard server OS, a great Linux distro) on this same motherboard for
  a week with no issues, so I know the motherboard and the I219-V
  Ethernet interface are 100% good hardware wise and can work properly.
  CentOS 7.4 uses NetworkManager as the default for 

[Kernel-packages] [Bug 1785171] Re: Intel I219-V Ethernet Interface on Ubuntu Linux Using e1000e Driver keeps Dropping Internet Connection

2018-08-06 Thread Kai-Heng Feng
Basically a kernel issue like this requires kernel bisection, which
includes testing on different kernel version.

We can't do much if we don't have the hardware and bisection is not an
option.

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Title:
  Intel I219-V Ethernet Interface on Ubuntu Linux Using e1000e Driver
  keeps Dropping Internet Connection

Status in linux package in Ubuntu:
  Incomplete
Status in linux source package in Bionic:
  Incomplete

Bug description:
  I've turned up many, many new server and workstation systems over the
  years on both Linux and Windows. Never seen anything like this
  behaviour I'm witnessing on Ubuntu Server 18.04 before where I simply
  lose Internet connectivity while using a browser.  Ethernet interfaces
  usually either work or they don't work.

  I've configured the Intel I219-V Ethernet interface (wired Ethernet
  connection, there is no wifi on this system) using the e1000e driver
  for Ubuntu.  The Ethernet connection is configured to use
  NetworkManager via Netplan on Ubuntu 18.04 LTS Server version.  ASRock
  Z370m Pro4 motherboard.

  The Ethernet interface will drop the Internet connectivity when I'm
  using either the Firefox or Chrome browser.  It usually happens when
  I'm using the search features of the browser. I can't figure out what
  would cause this type of behaviour.  When the Internet connection
  drops, the only way to get back Internet connectivity is to disconnect
  the wired connection using the Ubuntu features and then re-connect
  (this restarts the NetworkManager service I notice).

  In the NetworkManager logs I do notice an "auth" error about a file or
  directory not found. I've never seen that before.

  Note:  The auth error does not coincide with the loss of Internet
  connectivity, but it does proceed it.  Often there can be many hours
  between the auth error and the actual loss of Internet connectivity.

  After I reconnect the connection (via re-starting the NetworkManager
  service) all will be fine for up to a day or so, but then I stress
  test it with a bunch of searches using the browser and usually I can
  get the Internet connectivity to drop again.  Repeat the disconnect
  and reconnect process again (aka re-start NetworkManager) and the
  Internet connectivity will be fine again.  The longest I've seen it go
  without an "Internet connectivity drop" issue is about 36 hours.

  I notice that the e1000e driver does not list the I219-V as a
  supported Ethernet interface in the Intel documentation for the Linux
  version of the driver.  I'm not sure why that is.  The I219-V is
  supposed to used another driver, but it's not clear there's a Linux
  version for of the driver for the I219-V.

  I'm really disappointed that I've run into this issue with Ubuntu
  Server LTS 18.04 on this motherboard.  I had CentOS Server 7.4 (my
  standard server OS, a great Linux distro) on this same motherboard for
  a week with no issues, so I know the motherboard and the I219-V
  Ethernet interface are 100% good hardware wise and can work properly.
  CentOS 7.4 uses NetworkManager as the default for managing the
  Ethernet interface.

  The only reason I'm using Ubuntu Server 18.04 on this motherboard is
  because of a specific package that Ubuntu has a newer packaged version
  than CentOS. CentOS is extremely stable when it comes to basic server
  functionality.

  Hopefully, this bug with the I219-V Ethernet interface using the
  e1000e drive for Linux can be verified and a fix rolled out.

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[Kernel-packages] [Bug 1785171] Re: Intel I219-V Ethernet Interface on Ubuntu Linux Using e1000e Driver keeps Dropping Internet Connection

2018-08-06 Thread og11
Some more notes on Ubuntu 18.04 and Intel i219-v onboard wired ethernet
interface performance.

The same problematic patterns continue with the dropping of the Internet
connectivity through normal browser use (Chrome is more stable than
Firefox). I have to disable and then re-enable the wired Ethernet
interface, and then I can resume network activities again until the next
connectivity drop.

I have multiple servers/work stations and multiple high speed Internet
accesses to verify this new Ubuntu server's performance (commercial
grade network and servers/work stations...I built them myself) and they
(networking and Internet connectivity) are all 100% stable.

Keep in mind, I ran this same i219-v Ethernet interface under CentOS
Server 7.4 for over a week (before converting the server to Ubuntu
Server 18.04) and the network and Internet connectivity were 100%
perfect on CentOS 7.4 with an Xfce desktop.

I did some more performance tests on this problematic Ubuntu 18.04
server and the i219-v performance.

I noticed the wired download speed on the Ubuntu 18.04 server via the
i219-v NIC is half what it should be (verified by all the other
computers on the network).  The Ubuntu 18.04 server does not come close
to matching the download speed on my high end laptop using the wifi.
The wired upload speed on the i219-v on the Ubuntu 18.04 server is OK
though.

This confirms to me that something is definitely not right with the new
Ubuntu 18.04 server running this i219-v onboard NIC.

My review of similar reported issues with the i219-v on Linux (granted,
on various Linux distributions, not necessarily Ubuntu) seem to indicate
that some have resorted to using the Intel e1000e driver directly from
the Intel site versus from the driver from the distribution.

Note: The is not Linux driver from Intel that specific supports the
i219-v.  Seems people use the e1000e driver anyway as that's all there
is. The e1000e driver specs do state the i218-v is supported.

Here's the link to the Intel e1000e driver (for Linux) on the Intel
site.


https://downloadcenter.intel.com/download/15817/Intel-Network-Adapter-Driver-for-PCIe-Intel-Gigabit-Ethernet-Network-Connections-Under-Linux-?product=71305


My Ubuntu Server 18.04 server currently packages the e1000e driver version 
3.2.6-k

Intel's latest version of this Linux driver is version 3.4.0.2.  Is
there a package for this e1000e that Ubuntu has developed for the 18.04
distro based on 3.4.0.2 that can be installed so that I can test the
performance of this version on my Ubuntu 18.04 server? (rather than me
download it directly from Intel).

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Title:
  Intel I219-V Ethernet Interface on Ubuntu Linux Using e1000e Driver
  keeps Dropping Internet Connection

Status in linux package in Ubuntu:
  Incomplete
Status in linux source package in Bionic:
  Incomplete

Bug description:
  I've turned up many, many new server and workstation systems over the
  years on both Linux and Windows. Never seen anything like this
  behaviour I'm witnessing on Ubuntu Server 18.04 before where I simply
  lose Internet connectivity while using a browser.  Ethernet interfaces
  usually either work or they don't work.

  I've configured the Intel I219-V Ethernet interface (wired Ethernet
  connection, there is no wifi on this system) using the e1000e driver
  for Ubuntu.  The Ethernet connection is configured to use
  NetworkManager via Netplan on Ubuntu 18.04 LTS Server version.  ASRock
  Z370m Pro4 motherboard.

  The Ethernet interface will drop the Internet connectivity when I'm
  using either the Firefox or Chrome browser.  It usually happens when
  I'm using the search features of the browser. I can't figure out what
  would cause this type of behaviour.  When the Internet connection
  drops, the only way to get back Internet connectivity is to disconnect
  the wired connection using the Ubuntu features and then re-connect
  (this restarts the NetworkManager service I notice).

  In the NetworkManager logs I do notice an "auth" error about a file or
  directory not found. I've never seen that before.

  Note:  The auth error does not coincide with the loss of Internet
  connectivity, but it does proceed it.  Often there can be many hours
  between the auth error and the actual loss of Internet connectivity.

  After I reconnect the connection (via re-starting the NetworkManager
  service) all will be fine for up to a day or so, but then I stress
  test it with a bunch of searches using the browser and usually I can
  get the Internet connectivity to drop again.  Repeat the disconnect
  and reconnect process again (aka re-start NetworkManager) and the
  Internet connectivity will be fine again.  The longest I've seen it go
  without an "Internet connectivity drop" issue is about 36 hours.

  I notice that the e1000e driver does not list the 

[Kernel-packages] [Bug 1785171] Re: Intel I219-V Ethernet Interface on Ubuntu Linux Using e1000e Driver keeps Dropping Internet Connection

2018-08-03 Thread og11
Maybe this additional information will help:


*-network 
   description: Ethernet interface
   product: Ethernet Connection (2) I219-V
   vendor: Intel Corporation
   physical id: 1f.6
   bus info: pci@:00:1f.6
   logical name: enp0s31f6
   version: 00
   serial: "removed"
   size: 1Gbit/s
   capacity: 1Gbit/s
   width: 32 bits
   clock: 33MHz
   capabilities: pm msi bus_master cap_list ethernet physical tp 10bt 
10bt-fd 100bt 100bt-fd 1000bt-fd autonegotiation
   configuration: autonegotiation=on broadcast=yes driver=e1000e 
driverversion=3.2.6-k duplex=full firmware=0.2-4 ip="removed" latency=0 
link=yes multicast=yes port=twisted pair speed=1Gbit/s
   resources: irq:125 memory:df30-df31



dmesg | grep e1000e
[2.404883] e1000e: Intel(R) PRO/1000 Network Driver - 3.2.6-k
[2.415926] e1000e: Copyright(c) 1999 - 2015 Intel Corporation.
[2.427096] e1000e :00:1f.6: Interrupt Throttling Rate (ints/sec) set to 
dynamic conservative mode
[2.690764] e1000e :00:1f.6 :00:1f.6 (uninitialized): registered PHC 
clock
[2.762812] e1000e :00:1f.6 eth0: (PCI Express:2.5GT/s:Width x1) 
70:85:c2:7d:b6:b5
[2.762813] e1000e :00:1f.6 eth0: Intel(R) PRO/1000 Network Connection
[2.762867] e1000e :00:1f.6 eth0: MAC: 12, PHY: 12, PBA No: FF-0FF
[2.866293] e1000e :00:1f.6 enp0s31f6: renamed from eth0
[   13.818417] e1000e: enp0s31f6 NIC Link is Up 1000 Mbps Full Duplex, Flow 
Control: Rx/Tx

Here's the logs from the NetworkManager service over the last few days.

Aug 01 03:47:21 t2trvs01 NetworkManager[1358]:   [1533109641.5958] 
manager: NetworkManager state is now CONNECTED_SITE
Aug 01 03:47:23 t2trvs01 NetworkManager[1358]:   [1533109643.5981] device 
(enp0s31f6): state change: activated -> deactivating (reason 'user-requested', 
sys-iface-state: 'managed')
Aug 01 03:47:23 t2trvs01 NetworkManager[1358]:   [1533109643.5986] 
manager: NetworkManager state is now DISCONNECTING
Aug 01 03:47:23 t2trvs01 NetworkManager[1358]:   [1533109643.6514] audit: 
op="device-disconnect" interface="enp0s31f6" ifindex=2 pid=2705 uid=1000 
result="success"
Aug 01 03:47:23 t2trvs01 NetworkManager[1358]:   [1533109643.6517] device 
(enp0s31f6): state change: deactivating -> disconnected (reason 
'user-requested', sys-iface-state: 'managed')
Aug 01 03:47:23 t2trvs01 NetworkManager[1358]:   [1533109643.6844] dhcp4 
(enp0s31f6): canceled DHCP transaction, DHCP client pid 1840
Aug 01 03:47:23 t2trvs01 NetworkManager[1358]:   [1533109643.6845] dhcp4 
(enp0s31f6): state changed bound -> done
Aug 01 03:47:23 t2trvs01 NetworkManager[1358]:   [1533109643.6853] 
manager: NetworkManager state is now DISCONNECTED
Aug 01 03:47:30 t2trvs01 NetworkManager[1358]:   [1533109650.9943] device 
(enp0s31f6): Activation: starting connection 'netplan-enp0s31f6' 
(0fb5685d-476e-39b6-8090-4f5b35b00deb)
Aug 01 03:47:30 t2trvs01 NetworkManager[1358]:   [1533109650.9944] audit: 
op="connection-activate" uuid="0fb5685d-476e-39b6-8090-4f5b35b00deb" 
name="netplan-enp0s31f6" pid=2705 uid=1000 result="s
Aug 01 03:47:30 t2trvs01 NetworkManager[1358]:   [1533109650.9945] device 
(enp0s31f6): state change: disconnected -> prepare (reason 'none', 
sys-iface-state: 'managed')
Aug 01 03:47:30 t2trvs01 NetworkManager[1358]:   [1533109650.9946] 
manager: NetworkManager state is now CONNECTING
Aug 01 03:47:30 t2trvs01 NetworkManager[1358]:   [1533109650.9947] device 
(enp0s31f6): state change: prepare -> config (reason 'none', sys-iface-state: 
'managed')
Aug 01 03:47:30 t2trvs01 NetworkManager[1358]:   [1533109650.9951] device 
(enp0s31f6): state change: config -> ip-config (reason 'none', sys-iface-state: 
'managed')
Aug 01 03:47:30 t2trvs01 NetworkManager[1358]:   [1533109650.9953] dhcp4 
(enp0s31f6): activation: beginning transaction (timeout in 45 seconds)
Aug 01 03:47:30 t2trvs01 NetworkManager[1358]:   [1533109650.9962] dhcp4 
(enp0s31f6): dhclient started with pid 19238
Aug 01 03:47:31 t2trvs01 dhclient[19238]: DHCPREQUEST of 192.168.10.46 on 
enp0s31f6 to 255.255.255.255 port 67 (xid=0x1f78fd4)
Aug 01 03:47:31 t2trvs01 dhclient[19238]: DHCPACK of 192.168.10.46 from 
192.168.10.1
Aug 01 03:47:31 t2trvs01 NetworkManager[1358]:   [1533109651.0423] dhcp4 
(enp0s31f6):   address 192.168.10.46
Aug 01 03:47:31 t2trvs01 NetworkManager[1358]:   [1533109651.0424] dhcp4 
(enp0s31f6):   plen 24 (255.255.255.0)
Aug 01 03:47:31 t2trvs01 NetworkManager[1358]:   [1533109651.0424] dhcp4 
(enp0s31f6):   gateway 192.168.10.1
Aug 01 03:47:31 t2trvs01 NetworkManager[1358]:   [1533109651.0425] dhcp4 
(enp0s31f6):   lease time 259200
Aug 01 03:47:31 t2trvs01 NetworkManager[1358]:   [1533109651.0425] dhcp4 
(enp0s31f6):   nameserver '192.168.xx,xx'
Aug 01 03:47:31 t2trvs01 NetworkManager[1358]:   [1533109651.0426] dhcp4 
(enp0s31f6):   nameserver '8.8.8.8'
Aug 01 03:47:31 t2trvs01 NetworkManager[1358]:   [1533109651.0426] dhcp4 
(enp0s31f6):   nameserver 

[Kernel-packages] [Bug 1785171] Re: Intel I219-V Ethernet Interface on Ubuntu Linux Using e1000e Driver keeps Dropping Internet Connection

2018-08-03 Thread og11
Thanks for the replies.

The "Internet dropping" issue started as soon as I installed this
complete new Ubuntu Server 18.04 on the ASRock z370m Pro4 motherboard.
Then added the GNOME Desktop, and had to change the Ethernet network
configuration to use Netplan and NetworkManager service.

Note:  I know the motherboard and the I219-V network interface work
perfectly as the same new motherboard ran CentOS Server 7.4 (minimal)
with an XFCE Desktop flawlessly for over a week.  CentOS 7.4 uses
NetworkManager service by default (unlike Ubuntu Server which does
things very different than CentOS Server for the network connection.  I
only decided to try Ubuntu Server 18.04 to gain access to a package that
had a newer version than CentOS Server had (CentOS focuses on stability
over features and it shows).

I can't use the upstream Ubuntu kernel for fear too much of my server
setup (Nvidia graphics, etc) will break. I've already seen bugs in the
Nvidia graphics driver from the Ubuntu PPA (a separate issue), so I
don't want to add more issues to this Ubuntu server setup.  This
Ethernet interface dropping Internet connectivity network issue is all I
want to focus on right now.

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Title:
  Intel I219-V Ethernet Interface on Ubuntu Linux Using e1000e Driver
  keeps Dropping Internet Connection

Status in linux package in Ubuntu:
  Incomplete
Status in linux source package in Bionic:
  Incomplete

Bug description:
  I've turned up many, many new server and workstation systems over the
  years on both Linux and Windows. Never seen anything like this
  behaviour I'm witnessing on Ubuntu Server 18.04 before where I simply
  lose Internet connectivity while using a browser.  Ethernet interfaces
  usually either work or they don't work.

  I've configured the Intel I219-V Ethernet interface (wired Ethernet
  connection, there is no wifi on this system) using the e1000e driver
  for Ubuntu.  The Ethernet connection is configured to use
  NetworkManager via Netplan on Ubuntu 18.04 LTS Server version.  ASRock
  Z370m Pro4 motherboard.

  The Ethernet interface will drop the Internet connectivity when I'm
  using either the Firefox or Chrome browser.  It usually happens when
  I'm using the search features of the browser. I can't figure out what
  would cause this type of behaviour.  When the Internet connection
  drops, the only way to get back Internet connectivity is to disconnect
  the wired connection using the Ubuntu features and then re-connect
  (this restarts the NetworkManager service I notice).

  In the NetworkManager logs I do notice an "auth" error about a file or
  directory not found. I've never seen that before.

  Note:  The auth error does not coincide with the loss of Internet
  connectivity, but it does proceed it.  Often there can be many hours
  between the auth error and the actual loss of Internet connectivity.

  After I reconnect the connection (via re-starting the NetworkManager
  service) all will be fine for up to a day or so, but then I stress
  test it with a bunch of searches using the browser and usually I can
  get the Internet connectivity to drop again.  Repeat the disconnect
  and reconnect process again (aka re-start NetworkManager) and the
  Internet connectivity will be fine again.  The longest I've seen it go
  without an "Internet connectivity drop" issue is about 36 hours.

  I notice that the e1000e driver does not list the I219-V as a
  supported Ethernet interface in the Intel documentation for the Linux
  version of the driver.  I'm not sure why that is.  The I219-V is
  supposed to used another driver, but it's not clear there's a Linux
  version for of the driver for the I219-V.

  I'm really disappointed that I've run into this issue with Ubuntu
  Server LTS 18.04 on this motherboard.  I had CentOS Server 7.4 (my
  standard server OS, a great Linux distro) on this same motherboard for
  a week with no issues, so I know the motherboard and the I219-V
  Ethernet interface are 100% good hardware wise and can work properly.
  CentOS 7.4 uses NetworkManager as the default for managing the
  Ethernet interface.

  The only reason I'm using Ubuntu Server 18.04 on this motherboard is
  because of a specific package that Ubuntu has a newer packaged version
  than CentOS. CentOS is extremely stable when it comes to basic server
  functionality.

  Hopefully, this bug with the I219-V Ethernet interface using the
  e1000e drive for Linux can be verified and a fix rolled out.

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[Kernel-packages] [Bug 1785171] Re: Intel I219-V Ethernet Interface on Ubuntu Linux Using e1000e Driver keeps Dropping Internet Connection

2018-08-03 Thread Joseph Salisbury
Did this issue start happening after an update/upgrade?  Was there a
prior kernel version where you were not having this particular problem?

Would it be possible for you to test the latest upstream kernel? Refer
to https://wiki.ubuntu.com/KernelMainlineBuilds . Please test the latest
v4.18 kernel[0].

If this bug is fixed in the mainline kernel, please add the following
tag 'kernel-fixed-upstream'.

If the mainline kernel does not fix this bug, please add the tag:
'kernel-bug-exists-upstream'.

Once testing of the upstream kernel is complete, please mark this bug as
"Confirmed".


Thanks in advance.

[0] http://kernel.ubuntu.com/~kernel-ppa/mainline/v4.18-rc7

** Tags added: kernel-da-key

** Changed in: linux (Ubuntu)
   Importance: Undecided => Medium

** Also affects: linux (Ubuntu Bionic)
   Importance: Undecided
   Status: New

** Changed in: linux (Ubuntu Bionic)
   Status: New => Incomplete

** Changed in: linux (Ubuntu Bionic)
   Importance: Undecided => Medium

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Title:
  Intel I219-V Ethernet Interface on Ubuntu Linux Using e1000e Driver
  keeps Dropping Internet Connection

Status in linux package in Ubuntu:
  Incomplete
Status in linux source package in Bionic:
  Incomplete

Bug description:
  I've turned up many, many new server and workstation systems over the
  years on both Linux and Windows. Never seen anything like this
  behaviour I'm witnessing on Ubuntu Server 18.04 before where I simply
  lose Internet connectivity while using a browser.  Ethernet interfaces
  usually either work or they don't work.

  I've configured the Intel I219-V Ethernet interface (wired Ethernet
  connection, there is no wifi on this system) using the e1000e driver
  for Ubuntu.  The Ethernet connection is configured to use
  NetworkManager via Netplan on Ubuntu 18.04 LTS Server version.  ASRock
  Z370m Pro4 motherboard.

  The Ethernet interface will drop the Internet connectivity when I'm
  using either the Firefox or Chrome browser.  It usually happens when
  I'm using the search features of the browser. I can't figure out what
  would cause this type of behaviour.  When the Internet connection
  drops, the only way to get back Internet connectivity is to disconnect
  the wired connection using the Ubuntu features and then re-connect
  (this restarts the NetworkManager service I notice).

  In the NetworkManager logs I do notice an "auth" error about a file or
  directory not found. I've never seen that before.

  Note:  The auth error does not coincide with the loss of Internet
  connectivity, but it does proceed it.  Often there can be many hours
  between the auth error and the actual loss of Internet connectivity.

  After I reconnect the connection (via re-starting the NetworkManager
  service) all will be fine for up to a day or so, but then I stress
  test it with a bunch of searches using the browser and usually I can
  get the Internet connectivity to drop again.  Repeat the disconnect
  and reconnect process again (aka re-start NetworkManager) and the
  Internet connectivity will be fine again.  The longest I've seen it go
  without an "Internet connectivity drop" issue is about 36 hours.

  I notice that the e1000e driver does not list the I219-V as a
  supported Ethernet interface in the Intel documentation for the Linux
  version of the driver.  I'm not sure why that is.  The I219-V is
  supposed to used another driver, but it's not clear there's a Linux
  version for of the driver for the I219-V.

  I'm really disappointed that I've run into this issue with Ubuntu
  Server LTS 18.04 on this motherboard.  I had CentOS Server 7.4 (my
  standard server OS, a great Linux distro) on this same motherboard for
  a week with no issues, so I know the motherboard and the I219-V
  Ethernet interface are 100% good hardware wise and can work properly.
  CentOS 7.4 uses NetworkManager as the default for managing the
  Ethernet interface.

  The only reason I'm using Ubuntu Server 18.04 on this motherboard is
  because of a specific package that Ubuntu has a newer packaged version
  than CentOS. CentOS is extremely stable when it comes to basic server
  functionality.

  Hopefully, this bug with the I219-V Ethernet interface using the
  e1000e drive for Linux can be verified and a fix rolled out.

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[Kernel-packages] [Bug 1785171] Re: Intel I219-V Ethernet Interface on Ubuntu Linux Using e1000e Driver keeps Dropping Internet Connection

2018-08-03 Thread Brian Murray
** Package changed: ubuntu => linux (Ubuntu)

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Title:
  Intel I219-V Ethernet Interface on Ubuntu Linux Using e1000e Driver
  keeps Dropping Internet Connection

Status in linux package in Ubuntu:
  Incomplete

Bug description:
  I've turned up many, many new server and workstation systems over the
  years on both Linux and Windows. Never seen anything like this
  behaviour I'm witnessing on Ubuntu Server 18.04 before where I simply
  lose Internet connectivity while using a browser.  Ethernet interfaces
  usually either work or they don't work.

  I've configured the Intel I219-V Ethernet interface (wired Ethernet
  connection, there is no wifi on this system) using the e1000e driver
  for Ubuntu.  The Ethernet connection is configured to use
  NetworkManager via Netplan on Ubuntu 18.04 LTS Server version.  ASRock
  Z370m Pro4 motherboard.

  The Ethernet interface will drop the Internet connectivity when I'm
  using either the Firefox or Chrome browser.  It usually happens when
  I'm using the search features of the browser. I can't figure out what
  would cause this type of behaviour.  When the Internet connection
  drops, the only way to get back Internet connectivity is to disconnect
  the wired connection using the Ubuntu features and then re-connect
  (this restarts the NetworkManager service I notice).

  In the NetworkManager logs I do notice an "auth" error about a file or
  directory not found. I've never seen that before.

  Note:  The auth error does not coincide with the loss of Internet
  connectivity, but it does proceed it.  Often there can be many hours
  between the auth error and the actual loss of Internet connectivity.

  After I reconnect the connection (via re-starting the NetworkManager
  service) all will be fine for up to a day or so, but then I stress
  test it with a bunch of searches using the browser and usually I can
  get the Internet connectivity to drop again.  Repeat the disconnect
  and reconnect process again (aka re-start NetworkManager) and the
  Internet connectivity will be fine again.  The longest I've seen it go
  without an "Internet connectivity drop" issue is about 36 hours.

  I notice that the e1000e driver does not list the I219-V as a
  supported Ethernet interface in the Intel documentation for the Linux
  version of the driver.  I'm not sure why that is.  The I219-V is
  supposed to used another driver, but it's not clear there's a Linux
  version for of the driver for the I219-V.

  I'm really disappointed that I've run into this issue with Ubuntu
  Server LTS 18.04 on this motherboard.  I had CentOS Server 7.4 (my
  standard server OS, a great Linux distro) on this same motherboard for
  a week with no issues, so I know the motherboard and the I219-V
  Ethernet interface are 100% good hardware wise and can work properly.
  CentOS 7.4 uses NetworkManager as the default for managing the
  Ethernet interface.

  The only reason I'm using Ubuntu Server 18.04 on this motherboard is
  because of a specific package that Ubuntu has a newer packaged version
  than CentOS. CentOS is extremely stable when it comes to basic server
  functionality.

  Hopefully, this bug with the I219-V Ethernet interface using the
  e1000e drive for Linux can be verified and a fix rolled out.

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