I did some searching, and found that identical error once in one of my recent syslogs, multiple times in a year old syslog of mine, and once in another user’s syslog, all using the forcedeth network driver and nVidia onboard gigabit chipset. It’s not the most well equipped motherboard we’ve ever dealt with, but for mainstream users I think you could say it fills out all the necessary points well. Sure, I could try this and I will, although it’s a brand new cable similar to the ones used on the other drives having no problems. You might check an ifconfig at the unRAID console, repeatedly, to monitor it. For example, if you wanted to install a new video card in the computer, you purchase a video expansion card and install that card into the compatible expansion slot. Prices and specifications are subject to change without notice.
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Found a long thread here for instance, but it doesn’t tell eethernet if this has been fixed in the “newer” Linux kernels: Sign in Already have an account? First of all I did not load the ntfs-3g module which was previously manually loaded when executing the previous file transfers.
It seems to know there is a drive there, that’s trying to respond, but is not successful in obtaining full communications. Perhaps there has been progress elsewhere, but it has been pretty quiet in kernel land lately. They appear to me to be the network driver complaining of overwork, and I wouldn’t be surprised if an ifconfig at the console reported dropped packets, and perhaps in the router logs too.
Drivers for Epox EP-9NPA+ ULTRA motherboard (Socket 939)
Posted April 7, A system bus is a single computer bus that fp-9npa the major components of a computer system, combining the functions of a data bus to carry information, an address bus to determine where it should be sent, and a control bus to determine its operation. While it might be related to a bad cable, or bad connection, it might not.
At the bottom right hand corner of the motherboard is the Port 80 diagnostics card which flashes two digit error codes to identify system status. No dropped packets or other packet errors?
They show up in the syslog like this:. All prices in Canadian dollars. They always terminate prematurely.
This is known as shadowing. Regarding reset of my switch I am not so sure anymore about any significant increase in speed.
EpoX 9NPA+ Ultra OK to use with unRAID? – Motherboards and CPUs – Unraid
Register a new account. I was very well aware of this fact, but there is NO jumper set on the drive at the moment.
A more common value is once per week, or perhaps once or twice per day. At least it completely eliminates Vista from being a source of network nightmares while you test. I did some searching, and found that identical error once in one of my recent syslogs, multiple times in a year old syslog of mine, and once in another user’s syslog, all using the forcedeth network driver and nVidia onboard gigabit chipset.
Should I try and change the abovementioned BIOS settings and rerun my tests and see if that makes any change? Below is a listing of different standards of Ethernet and additional information about each of them. But then again unRAID 4. When retrying the transfer picked up a decent speed again, before failing some time later. Transferring a 66 GB file never succeeded even with recovery mode. The Epox was our Gold Editor’s Choice in the Socket roundup, and was a great all-around performer.
No bursts or spikes anymore.
BUT, the most interesting finding is a new test I perfomed: Get insider deals first, exclusive promotions and more delivered to your inbox each week. That would of course drastically reduce your transfer fpox, ruining your testing. Following your link, and dozens of related links, sure brought back some bad memories!