This is a discussion on Re: 6.3 nfe: dead after system reset - FreeBSD ; Pyun, something new about this issue. Today I got another instance of it, but with a new twist. In addition to all the usual symptoms I got a lot of messages like the following in console: nfe0: discard frame w/o ...
something new about this issue.
Today I got another instance of it, but with a new twist.
In addition to all the usual symptoms I got a lot of messages like the
following in console:
nfe0: discard frame w/o leading ethernet header (len 0 pkt len 0)
and even couple like this:
nfe0: discard frame w/o leading ethernet header (len 4294967295 pkt len
nfe0: discard frame w/o leading ethernet header (len 3 pkt len 3)
Maybe these messages could give a hint about what was going wrong in nfe.
on 04/07/2008 00:26 Andriy Gapon said the following:
> As they say - long time, no see :-)
> I am back with some more details, but still with no insights.
> Let me refresh an essence of the issue.
> The issue: after 'abrupt' reset/reboot of a system my nfe interface is
> That is, if I do a graceful reboot (e.g. via shutdown -r) everything is
> ok, ditto if I do power-down (whether graceful or not) and the power-up.
> The problem happens only if I press reset button and then boot up.
> The issue can not be reproduced with nve driver.
> Moreover, when I reproduce the problem with nfe, then kldunload nfe
> driver, kldload nve driver - nve interface is alive. Then kldunload nve,
> kldload nfe - nfe interface is dead again.
> Specification of dead.
> There are no errors. ifconfig shows the same output (active, media, up,
> etc) as in normal case. But I can not ping any host on local network
> (connected to the same switch), ping outputs "Host is down". tcpdump
> also doesn't show any incoming traffic.
> More details.
> I was able to verify that packets do actually go through the interface.
> When I try to ping some machine I see (on the other host) arp requests
> for its ethernet address. All address in arp packets are correct
> (ethernet and ip). So the interface works for outgoing packets, but
> somehow loses incoming arp replies. Not sure if thap happens in the NIC
> or in the driver itself (see the above nve/nfe live replacement
> So, there are some facts, but still no clues.
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