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[Xen-users] high ? number of dropped packet on xen vif

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Subject: [Xen-users] high ? number of dropped packet on xen vif
From: Matthieu PATOU <matxen@xxxxxxxxx>
Date: Sun, 11 Dec 2005 21:24:46 +0100
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Hello all,
it seems i'm facing a  problem with xen networking.
I have some hang up with my NFS server running in domU.
I noticed that when i got a hang up i also see an increase of the number of 
dropped packet of the vif interface.
it seems that dom0 has some trouble with sending the packet to the domU
Currently the rate of dropped packet (the TX ones ) is 10% of the total 
I try to increase dom0 memory but i doesn't seems to have an effect on the rate 
of dropped packet.
Is there some one who has also faced this problem ?
Do you have an idea of what can i try to solve the problem ? 

Ps: My box is a PIII 600 Mhz with 384Mo RAM

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