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Re: [Xen-users] eth0: port 1(peth0) entering disabled state

Have you tried testing the hardware? Look at the general load of your
systems: can you find any pattern between one or more processes and
the link breaking? If so, the hardware or device driver may not
respond correctly to certain loads (though the tg3 is a longly tested
module). Can you check with another NIC? (e.g. add a NIC and change
udev rules so that it becomes the new eth0/peth0). Is it possible for
you to switch to a newer kernel and test? Also check the patchcords
and the phisical network. Have you performed any of these or other
This is just to cover basic stuff (don't get angry at me).

Diego Augusto Molina

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