We don’t supply patches against the kernel source to allow for static linking of the drivers. Sign up using Facebook. If you require a response, contact support. Sign up using Email and Password. Can someone please help me in debugging the issue further. Verify that the interface works.
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It seems manually updating the firmware on the network card itself made the card visible to the OS. The install location listed above is the default. Red Hat based platforms: But this issue comes only when we put the machine into production.
I have tried using the drivers listed from Intel’s website, but it didn’t seem to help.
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Channel Bonding documentation can be found in the Linux kernel source: Normally the driver generates an interrupt every two seconds.
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Sign up or log in Sign up using Google. The install location listed above is the default location. Please do not enter contact infel. All hardware requirements listed apply to use with Linux. Home Questions Tags Users Unanswered.
Can someone please help me in debugging the issue further.
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Reset adapter We ran some basic online and offline tests using ethtool and many got failed.
Did you find this information useful? The 4 Intel ones are not detected. Sign up using Email and Password. Intel Corporation physical id: I recently purchased an Intel I gigabit network card. I Gigabit Network Connection vendor: Show all Show less.
Safari Chrome IE Firefox. Can we update the firmware over SSH session? Was that a question?