INTEL ESB2/GILGAL 82563EB DRIVER

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Already have an account? It’s amazing you picked up on that NIC configuration error! Posted February 23, If these cards should use ee, why aren’t the latest F8 modules setup that way? The monitor is set for “Console: The ee driver that has support for this hardware has a workaround for the power-saving issue, but the firmware fix described here supposedly works with the older drivers.

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Am I understanding that correct?

Could ee possibly help with my issue? The box has onboard Intel LAN: Comment 3 GalaxyMaster The first submission of the ee driver simply added support for some hardware that didn’t previously exist — this was the best way to not disturb the e driver.

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Sign up for a new account in our community. Intel did a major refactor of the driver, but when they went to push it upstream it wasn’t too well received.

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Posted February 23, Version-Release number of selected component if applicable: Install them from here: Comment 9 Trevor Cordes The older e driver did a poor job of driving much of the newer e PCIe hardware so I expect this will help, but I have not tested on your specific hardware to be 82563eh.

I cannot seem to force it to ee.

Your Intel dual NIC is supported by ee, and that driver loads correctly, but when it tries to initialize the chipsets, it reports errors, for both – Feb 22 Oh, just spotted that there is no NAPI enabled in that build of e, but we need this functionality. Your Intel dual NIC is supported by ee, and that driver loads correctly, but when it tries to initialize the chipsets, it reports errors, for both.

Share this post Link to post. Comment 10 Andy Gospodarek Others deleted the NVM checksum test from the source code and recompiled. The strange problem was not the e, it was a flaky 48p Gb esb2/gjlgal Have you tried each port? I have tried to boot one of our servers with ee instead of e, no luck.

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Login [x] Log in using an account from: The ee driver that has support for this hardware has a workaround for the power-saving issue, but the firmware fix described here supposedly works with the older drivers.

I tried to fix it with a tool similar to what The Sorcerer01 is using, thought I had it resolved tho, because I didn’t get the error message during boot anymore.

Comment 2 Andy Gospodarek The changes were so drastic that it was determined that Intel should split the driver into 2 versions. I did try the power-saving fix, which can’t hurt.

Some users successfully repaired it that way. Using the wrong port also wouldn’t explain the fact, that the ethX devices aren’t listed in the managed or unmanaged devices! I’ll see if F8’s newer kernels support ee, otherwise I’m sure it will be in F9.

Here are several links of interest. Instantly our samba file sharing gives strange TCP errors and drops connections.

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