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I believe we use 9k jumbos for last four years or more. If you want to talk code, please tell me where I was wrong. I shut down the machine and added the extra network card, booted off the USB drive and did a fresh install to the hard drive. I believe we use 9k jumbos for last four years or more. Source

or use mp_ncpus for > calculation these values? The issue however was still present, with the same interfaces showing activity and the same ones not showing activity. We do not have problem. While I'm not > opposed to system default settings > changing its usually necessary to have local sys changes anyway, after > all you don't get 9K jumbos > without manually this contact form

If the system has more than one igb card or jumbo frames are enabled, this value will need to be increased. Yours for the right price. :) http://SupersetSolutions.com/_______________________________________________ [hidden email] mailing list http://lists.freebsd.org/mailman/listinfo/freebsd-netTo unsubscribe, send any mail to "[hidden email]" Arnaud Lacombe-6 Reply | Threaded Open this post in threaded view ♦ or maintain internal changes to the driver to make it not that memory hungry/behave well under memory pressure, especially on system where memory_is_ a constraint.

Please login or register. As demonstrated in this email thread. It already has good sections for other tunables, so adding them should be easy. or just increase amount of >> mbuf_cluster/mbuf_jumbo_page/mbuf_jumbo_9k from that driver... >> >> I just want igb to work out-of-the-box. >> >> -- >> Andrey Zonov -- Nothin'

Thanks!Side question: Knowing this configuration is recommended are there any other things to look into for tuning the interfaces? I have some other issues as well, hence going to try pfSense 2.2 based on FreeBSD 10 to see if there is any improvement. Free forum by Nabble Edit this page Sorry, your browser is unsupported. ブログ ログイン ランダム ロボットのメディア始まりました♪ 記事を書く 検索ウェブこのブログ内で ttt getttyent 広告 ※このエリアは、60日間投稿が無い場合に表示されます。記事を投稿すると、表示されなくなります。 (FreeBSD) igb5: Could not setup receive structures 2012-09-07 23:59:00|デジタル・インターネット We are taking about exceptional recoverable situation not handled > by the software, it should not bring the complete system down.

Add more RAM 2. Not that install and basic configuration is complete I will move on to correctly setting up all the subnets; will probably be back with more questions An OT question. On machine with 8 CPUs, driver is required >> 8192 9k mbufs, but by default there is only 6400 and network won't start. I cant seem to find any great info about these options so any help or guidance that could be provided would be greatly appreciated. 1 commentshareall 1 commentssorted by: besttopnewcontroversialoldrandomq&alive (beta)[–]nakhma 0 points1

My point is if you're using machine with 8 CPUs than maxusers/clusters/9k mbufs should have been increased by system, because on this machine minimum 2Gb memory is available. -- Andrey Zonov http://bsdadmin.ru/index.php/freebsd/403-could-not-setup It sounds like you have 3 choices: 1. On machine with 8 CPUs, driver is required > 8192 9k mbufs, but by default there is only 6400 and network won't start. Doug On 03/29/2011 14:55, Jack Vogel wrote: > Our validation group has a default postinstall process, every installed > system gets those changes, > and these mbuf pool sizes are in

or maintain internal changes to the driver to make it not that memory hungry/behave well under memory pressure, no matter what Jack say, especially on system where memory _is_ a constraint. http://strobelfilms.com/could-not/could-not-setup-receive-structures-pfsense.html Everything came up fine and displayed the valid interfaces as igb0,igb1,igb2,igb3,igb4 and igb5, again all as the Intel PRO/1000 Network Connection which I imagine is correct. If you have >> problem, raise nmbcluster.". 256k nmbcluster in my environment is not >> acceptable. >> >>> Meanwhile, there are times where memory IS a constraint, and there are >>> Good luck, Doug -- Nothin' ever doesn't change, but nothin' changes much. -- OK Go

In >> previous versions for big mtu it was used 4k mbufs, by default there is >> 12800 and all worked fine. >> >> Maybe it's time to think about increasing Related Subreddits /r/netgate /r/sysadmin /r/networking /r/homelab /r/homenetworking /r/msp created by codeghara community for 6 yearsmessage the moderatorsMODERATORScodeghargonzopanchoNobodylogicwonweb dudejim-ppfsense-sdavisNever get off the boat...about moderation team »discussions in /r/PFSENSE<>X33 · 22 comments Happy Holidays from Netgate!Are there any UK igb(4) won't start with "igb0: Could not setup receive structures" From: Andrey Zonov Date: Tue, 29 Mar 2011 23:55:29 +0400 Hi, New igb driver (and I think em too) is have a peek here Jack _______________________________________________ [hidden email] mailing list http://lists.freebsd.org/mailman/listinfo/freebsd-netTo unsubscribe, send any mail to "[hidden email]" Arnaud Lacombe-6 Reply | Threaded Open this post in threaded view ♦ ♦ | Report Content

Maybe it's time to think about increasing default kern.maxusers/kern.ipc.nmbclusters? And you probably don't need to mess with the queues setting at all, just change nmbclusters. Plugging a wire into either of the ports of the external NIC registered as igb0 and igb1, then I plugged the wire into what I believed was the "first" of the

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Yours for the right price. :) http://SupersetSolutions.com/_______________________________________________ [hidden email] mailing list http://lists.freebsd.org/mailman/listinfo/freebsd-netTo unsubscribe, send any mail to "[hidden email]" Jack Vogel Reply | Threaded Open this post in threaded view ♦ After plugging and unplugging the cable a handeful of times from all the different ports I received the following messages:igb3: Could not setup receive structuresigb4: Could not setup receive structuresigb5: Could If > you're swapping code has defect, you do not tell one to buy more RAM > not to trigger the defective code, you fix the code. If you're facing that situation then obviously your system is constrained by hardware.

We are taking about exceptional recoverable situation not handled > by the software, it should not bring the complete system down. Thank you for the quick response. Please let me know if any additional information is needed.Thank you! http://strobelfilms.com/could-not/could-not-setup-receive-structures-freenas.html Use a different NIC 3.

Doug -- Nothin' ever doesn't change, but nothin' changes much. -- OK Go or just increase amount of > mbuf_cluster/mbuf_jumbo_page/mbuf_jumbo_9k from that driver... > > I just want igb to work out-of-the-box. > > -- > I am using the Supermicro A1SRI-2558F-O motherboard that uses the Intel Atom C2558 Quad Core CPU with 8GB of ram. If you have > problem, raise nmbcluster.". 256k nmbcluster in my environment is not > acceptable. > >> Meanwhile, there are times where memory IS a constraint, and there are some