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Re: [Xen-devel] [pv_ops] e1000e: "Detected Tx Unit Hang"

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Stefan Kuhne wrote:
> Hello,
> my server has massive problems with my NIC.
> I got: "Detected Tx Unit Hang".
> At the moment I use 2.6.31 from Jeremy, does anyone know if it's fixed
> in 2.6.32 or newer tree?
> Regards,
> Stefan Kuhne

We had the issues with many Supermicro servers as well. It seems that
Supermicro doesn't often upgrade BIOS/ROMs/etc. when they sell their
hardware. For us, many times, this fixed the issue:

ethtool -K peth0 tso off

You might want to try as well.


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