Ethernet not so stable?

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Ethernet not so stable?

Postby Tuxedo » Wed Oct 19, 2011 7:04 am

Hi!
I noticed that the eth connection wasnt so stable here...
Not so bad but sometime when I uploading/downloading files over my home net between my wife PC(on PC I use Xlight ftp server and on AmigaOS4.1u3 pFTP), the connections stops of working and I've to soft reboot...

Any other guy with same problem?

Thank you.
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Re: Ethernet not so stable?

Postby abalaban » Wed Oct 19, 2011 9:43 am

Never had such problem with network which would require a reboot.
Can you give details? OS version, ethernet card... Is there a reproductible pattern or is it random? Anything which you would find useful to reproduce the bug.
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Re: Ethernet not so stable?

Postby Stephen Robinson » Wed Oct 19, 2011 7:24 pm

Instead of a shutdown can you restart the internet using:-

NetShutdown
AddNetInterface DEVS:NetInterfaces/~(#?.info)

Also, can you ping your router?
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Re: Ethernet not so stable?

Postby Tuxedo » Fri Oct 21, 2011 10:58 pm

I get that problem when I try to upload/download big files throught my home net...

I gonfigured my wife's PC as an FTP server nad use pFTP on AmigAOS4.1.3(but was the same with previous OS version) to do the file transfers.

The upload will be interrupetd and the Net was broken...

I cant do NEtShutdown because the sehll will hang...

If I soft reboot the net wont restart and If I then try to:

NetShutDown

I get that DSI:

Hidden Text - Click to Show :
Crash log for task "TCP/IP Control"
Generated by GrimReaper 53.2
Crash occured in module kernel at address 0x0181ADA4
Type of crash: DSI (Data Storage Interrupt) exception

Register dump:
GPR (General Purpose Registers):
0: 20202038 60520C90 7622A1E8 20202034 5CEF6030 5CEF6030 00000007 021B3BD4
8: 00000001 00000100 00000001 5CEF6030 5E170114 CFE125DF 613B0000 613B0000
16: 613B606C 613B9CB0 613B0000 613B0000 613B6978 7FBF0FAC 613B0000 613B0000
24: 613B0000 613C0000 606DD050 01808AE0 20202020 00000007 5CEF6030 020A2BC8


FPR (Floating Point Registers, NaN = Not a Number):
0: nan 1312 982 1312
4: 12 1407.8 55.8 1312
8: 12 128 1407.8 255
12: nan 65536 0 0
16: 0 0 0 0
20: 0 0 0 0
24: 0 0 0 0
28: 0 0 0 0

FPSCR (Floating Point Status and Control Register): 0x82004000


SPRs (Special Purpose Registers):
Machine State (msr) : 0x00005030
Condition (cr) : 0x44842224
Instruction Pointer (ip) : 0x0181ADA4
Xtended Exception (xer) : 0x20005E6B
Count (ctr) : 0x0181ADB8
Link (lr) : 0x01820A24
DSI Status (dsisr) : 0x40000000
Data Address (dar) : 0x2020203C



680x0 emulated registers:
DATA: 00000000 00000000 00000000 00000000 00000000 00000000 00000000 00000000
ADDR: 00000000 00000000 00000000 00000000 00000000 00000000 00000000 00000000
FPU0: 0 0 0 0
FPU4: 0 0 0 0



Symbol info:
Instruction pointer 0x0181ADA4 belongs to module "kernel" (HUNK/Kickstart)

Stack trace:
native kernel module kernel+0x0001ada4
native kernel module kernel+0x00020c20
module DEVS:Networks/via-rhine.device at 0x7FB58194 (section 5 @ 0x6174)
module DEVS:Networks/via-rhine.device at 0x7FB54E38 (section 5 @ 0x2E18)
module DEVS:Networks/via-rhine.device at 0x7FB52874 (section 5 @ 0x854)
native kernel module kernel+0x00023eb8
native kernel module ramlib.kmod+0x0000150c
module LIBS:bsdsocket.library at 0x7FBF578C (section 5 @ 0x1476C)
module LIBS:bsdsocket.library at 0x7FBF6558 (section 5 @ 0x15538)
native kernel module dos.library.kmod+0x00020a14
native kernel module kernel+0x00043920
native kernel module kernel+0x000439a0


PPC disassembly:
0181ad9c: 38030004 addi r0,r3,4
0181ada0: 90040000 stw r0,0(r4)
*0181ada4: 81230008 lwz r9,8(r3)
0181ada8: 90890000 stw r4,0(r9)
0181adac: 91240004 stw r9,4(r4)

System information:

CPU
Model: Motorola MPC 7447/7457 Apollo V1.1
CPU speed: 1133 MHz
FSB speed: 133 MHz
Extensions: performancemonitor altivec

Machine
Machine name: Pegasos II
Memory: 2097152 KB
Extensions: bus.pci bus.agp

Expansion buses
PCI/AGP
00:00.0 Vendor 0x11AB Device 0x6460
00:01.0 Vendor 0x1106 Device 0x3044
Range 0: 80002000 - 80002800 (MEM)
Range 1: 00001080 - 00001100 (IO)
00:05.0 Vendor 0x1033 Device 0x0035
Range 0: 80000000 - 80001000 (MEM)
00:05.1 Vendor 0x1033 Device 0x0035
Range 0: 80001000 - 80002000 (MEM)
00:05.2 Vendor 0x1033 Device 0x00E0
Range 0: 80002800 - 80002900 (MEM)
00:0C.0 Vendor 0x1106 Device 0x8231
00:0C.1 Vendor 0x1106 Device 0x0571
Range 0: 00001000 - 00001008 (IO)
Range 1: 00001008 - 0000100C (IO)
Range 2: 00001010 - 00001018 (IO)
Range 3: 00001018 - 0000101C (IO)
Range 4: 00001020 - 00001030 (IO)
00:0C.2 Vendor 0x1106 Device 0x3038
Range 4: 00001040 - 00001060 (IO)
00:0C.3 Vendor 0x1106 Device 0x3038
Range 4: 00001060 - 00001080 (IO)
00:0C.4 Vendor 0x1106 Device 0x8235
00:0C.5 Vendor 0x1106 Device 0x3058
Range 0: 00001100 - 00001200 (IO)
Range 1: 00001030 - 00001034 (IO)
Range 2: 00001030 - 00001034 (IO)
00:0C.6 Vendor 0x1106 Device 0x3068
Range 0: 00001200 - 00001300 (IO)
00:0D.0 Vendor 0x1106 Device 0x3065
Range 0: 00001300 - 00001400 (IO)
Range 1: 80002900 - 80002A00 (MEM)
01:00.0 Vendor 0x11AB Device 0x6460
01:08.0 Vendor 0x1002 Device 0x5960
Range 0: C0000000 - C8000000 (PREF.MEM)
Range 1: 00001000 - 00001100 (IO)
Range 2: C8000000 - C8010000 (MEM)
01:08.1 Vendor 0x1002 Device 0x5940
Range 0: D0000000 - D8000000 (PREF.MEM)
Range 1: C8010000 - C8020000 (MEM)


And if I try to Ignore I get that ISI:

Crash log for task "TCP/IP Control"
Hidden Text - Click to Show :
Generated by GrimReaper 53.2
Crash occured in module kernel at address 0x018152DC
Type of crash: program exception

Register dump:
GPR (General Purpose Registers):
0: 0184F8C0 60520A80 7622A1E8 00000000 00000000 0000000C 00000001 00000080
8: 02071DC8 021031AE 00000000 021031AF 44842282 CFE125DF 613B0000 613B0000
16: 613B606C 613B9CB0 613B0000 613B0000 613B6978 7FBF0FAC 613B0000 613B0000
24: 613B0000 613C0000 606DD050 01808AE0 D5079187 00000007 FFFEF8E8 60520B28


FPR (Floating Point Registers, NaN = Not a Number):
0: nan 1312 982 1312
4: 12 1407.8 55.8 1312
8: 12 128 1407.8 255
12: nan 65536 0 0
16: 0 0 0 0
20: 0 0 0 0
24: 0 0 0 0
28: 0 0 0 0

FPSCR (Floating Point Status and Control Register): 0x82004000


SPRs (Special Purpose Registers):
Machine State (msr) : 0x00027030
Condition (cr) : 0x44842282
Instruction Pointer (ip) : 0x018152DC
Xtended Exception (xer) : 0x20005E6B
Count (ctr) : 0x0182FBF4
Link (lr) : 0x01829CE4
DSI Status (dsisr) : 0x42000000
Data Address (dar) : 0x00000000



680x0 emulated registers:
DATA: 00000000 00000000 00000000 00000000 00000000 00000000 00000000 00000000
ADDR: 00000000 D5079187 00000000 00000000 00000000 00000000 021B69A6 60520ACC
FPU0: 0 0 0 0
FPU4: 0 0 0 0



Symbol info:
Instruction pointer 0x018152DC belongs to module "kernel" (HUNK/Kickstart)

Stack trace:
native kernel module kernel+0x000152dc
native kernel module kernel+0x0004f8c0
native kernel module kernel+0x0005d5dc


PPC disassembly:
018152d4: 44000002 sc
018152d8: 4e800020 blr
*018152dc: 7fe00008 trap
018152e0: 4e800020 blr
018152e4: 7c5343a6 mtsprg 3,r2

System information:

CPU
Model: Motorola MPC 7447/7457 Apollo V1.1
CPU speed: 1133 MHz
FSB speed: 133 MHz
Extensions: performancemonitor altivec

Machine
Machine name: Pegasos II
Memory: 2097152 KB
Extensions: bus.pci bus.agp

Expansion buses
PCI/AGP
00:00.0 Vendor 0x11AB Device 0x6460
00:01.0 Vendor 0x1106 Device 0x3044
Range 0: 80002000 - 80002800 (MEM)
Range 1: 00001080 - 00001100 (IO)
00:05.0 Vendor 0x1033 Device 0x0035
Range 0: 80000000 - 80001000 (MEM)
00:05.1 Vendor 0x1033 Device 0x0035
Range 0: 80001000 - 80002000 (MEM)
00:05.2 Vendor 0x1033 Device 0x00E0
Range 0: 80002800 - 80002900 (MEM)
00:0C.0 Vendor 0x1106 Device 0x8231
00:0C.1 Vendor 0x1106 Device 0x0571
Range 0: 00001000 - 00001008 (IO)
Range 1: 00001008 - 0000100C (IO)
Range 2: 00001010 - 00001018 (IO)
Range 3: 00001018 - 0000101C (IO)
Range 4: 00001020 - 00001030 (IO)
00:0C.2 Vendor 0x1106 Device 0x3038
Range 4: 00001040 - 00001060 (IO)
00:0C.3 Vendor 0x1106 Device 0x3038
Range 4: 00001060 - 00001080 (IO)
00:0C.4 Vendor 0x1106 Device 0x8235
00:0C.5 Vendor 0x1106 Device 0x3058
Range 0: 00001100 - 00001200 (IO)
Range 1: 00001030 - 00001034 (IO)
Range 2: 00001030 - 00001034 (IO)
00:0C.6 Vendor 0x1106 Device 0x3068
Range 0: 00001200 - 00001300 (IO)
00:0D.0 Vendor 0x1106 Device 0x3065
Range 0: 00001300 - 00001400 (IO)
Range 1: 80002900 - 80002A00 (MEM)
01:00.0 Vendor 0x11AB Device 0x6460
01:08.0 Vendor 0x1002 Device 0x5960
Range 0: C0000000 - C8000000 (PREF.MEM)
Range 1: 00001000 - 00001100 (IO)
Range 2: C8000000 - C8010000 (MEM)
01:08.1 Vendor 0x1002 Device 0x5940
Range 0: D0000000 - D8000000 (PREF.MEM)
Range 1: C8010000 - C8020000 (MEM)


Any other test to do?
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Re: Ethernet not so stable?

Postby ssolie » Tue Oct 25, 2011 9:22 pm

Tuxedo wrote:I noticed that the eth connection wasnt so stable here...

Are you using an SE model perhaps?
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Re: Ethernet not so stable?

Postby aclogic » Thu Oct 27, 2011 9:38 pm

ssolie wrote:
Tuxedo wrote:I noticed that the eth connection wasnt so stable here...

Are you using an SE model perhaps?


I think he is using a Pegasos not an Amigaone SE, or did you mean an other SE??
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Re: Ethernet not so stable?

Postby Tuxedo » Thu Oct 27, 2011 11:18 pm

I use a Pegasos2 since I'm posting in he PEgasos2 area...
However on my old A1SE the network was much stable then now... :P

Maybe some weird eth cofiguration? Or some weird incompatibility with my router/Pegasos2 eth?

Any test that I can do?
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Re: Ethernet not so stable?

Postby Tuxedo » Wed Nov 02, 2011 11:47 pm

Update:

when the eth die also USB die...
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Re: Ethernet not so stable?

Postby Tuxedo » Wed Nov 09, 2011 9:44 pm

anyone can tell me a RoadShow config to test plz?
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Re: Ethernet not so stable?

Postby smf » Mon Nov 21, 2011 4:02 pm

I've seem to have problem with this too, havent noticed it before but a few days ago i started to download mp3 album torrents to my Peg2 (with transmission iirc) and the connection died pretty often when downloading with quite high speed. restarting roadshow or softrebooting solved the problem every time.

I haven't used torrents on my Amiga before but i know i have never had problems with transfernig files over ftp, i have no FTP servers running on my LAN anymore ATM so i didn't test to see if i could reproduce this with ftp.
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