>> On Mon, 10 Jun 2002, Mala Anand wrote:
>> I have seen this problem with this NIC. You need to increase
>> the number of buffers in the RX and TX ring in eepro100.c file.
>> Right now it is set to 32, change it to 256 or 128 this error
>> will go away.
> Donald Becker wrote:
>Changing the Tx queue size or number of Rx skbuffs waiting to be filled
>will not fix a problem. It might mask some problem e.g. a temporary
>shortage of skbuffs, but it doesn't fix anything.
The problem what I saw was resource problem and as a result I had packet
input rate was high and the driver didn't have enough resources to handle.
It was a pure resource problem.
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