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[Xen-users] Transmit time out in eth3

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  • From: "Djames Suhanko" <djames.suhanko@xxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Thu, 8 Nov 2007 15:55:56 -0200
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Hello, all!
 I could't  to find a solution. See my problem:

kernel: 00 03aa9000 03aa9010 00010001(00) 0000000 00000000
(And a lot of messages like up)

kernel:TxLisPtr=03aa9060 netif_queue_stopped=1
kernel: cur_tx=30(1e) dirty_tx=1(01)
kernel: cur_rx=56 dirty_rx=56
NETDEV WATCHDOG: eth3: transmit time out
kernel: eth3 Transmit time out, TxStatus 00 TxFrameId resetting...

 I has a OpenSuse 10.2 with xen 3.0.3 (default).
Two quad-port cards more 1 onboard ethernet.
I'm running 4 firewalls.
each firewall receive 2 virtual interfaces
each physical interface is in a bridge:
eth0 --> br0
eth1 --> br1
..at iface eth7.

 I have another machine running 4 firewalls too, but is with no problems.

I thank you  your help!
Djames Suhanko
LinuxUser 158.760

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