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> Network Card Problem, Copy files into the server
thunderkt
post Sep 3 2003, 08:42 AM
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When i copied a large amount of files to the samba server ( Redhat 9 ) the console displays the following console

eth0: Too much work at Interrupt! IntrStatus=0x0040
i8263! count too high! resetting.....

How can i Get rid of this message?
What is the problem does this message mean?
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hughesjr
post Sep 4 2003, 11:20 AM
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Here is some info:

http://www.linuxmanagers.org/pipermail/lin...uly/000750.html
http://www.scyld.com/pipermail/epic/2001-M...May/000166.html

If it happens only under a major heavy demand on the network, then it isn't a major problem ... there is a built in feature that prevents any one interrupt from taking all the CPU time.

If it happens frequently then there is a driver problem....but there isn't really anything that an end user can do to fix it (except make sure you are running the correct modules/drivers for your installed equipment).


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