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We are taking about exceptional recoverable situation not handled by the software, it should not bring the complete system down. The situation is > similar here. > > The code that got put in the driver has a response to this "unrecoverable situation", you've flamed me and the code, but you've You > can have a 24 CPU machine made for 4096 users with a single NIC, not > requiring much memory, while a 1 CPU machine with only 1 users can Installing PFSense from scratch I was getting errors about igb0: Could not setup receive structures I have since fixed the issue by looking at an old bugtrack report but I have Source

It isn't a good way is made driver (or system) which doesn't work with jumbo by default. Have you tried the > loader.conf.local changes as reference in the bug tracker? > > Also see the wiki on this topic: > https://doc.pfsense.org/index.php/Tuning_and_Troubleshooting_Network_Cards > > If you have built it As I can work with the 4 internal interfaces until the igb drivers issues are fixed. As demonstrated in this email thread.

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 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 > > _______________________________________________ > freebsd-net at tl;dr: Be excellent with each other. No.

On machine with 8 CPUs, driver is required 8192 9k mbufs, but by default there is only 6400 and network won't start. If the system has more than one igb card or jumbo frames are enabled, this value will need to be increased. or use mp_ncpus for > calculation these values? I believe we use 9k jumbos for last four years or more.

Use a different NIC 3. It sounds like you have 3 choices: 1. Available KVM space should also be taken into account, as it is rather limited on i386. - Arnaud [0]: even more today where you can have a huge number of virtual https://www.reddit.com/r/PFSENSE/comments/25fbu8/igb0_could_not_setup_recieve_structures/ The situation is similar here. - Arnaud _______________________________________________ [hidden email] mailing list http://lists.freebsd.org/mailman/listinfo/freebsd-netTo unsubscribe, send any mail to "[hidden email]" dougb Reply | Threaded Open this post in threaded view ♦

You can have a 24 CPU machine made for 4096 users with a single NIC, not requiring much memory, while a 1 CPU machine with only 1 users can have +8 Now the question I ask you is technical, no criticize > at all of any kind: how do you refresh the mbufs' ring if no RX > interrupt is ever triggered 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 Welcome, Guest.

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 We are taking about exceptional recoverable situation not handled > by the software, it should not bring the complete system down. This subreddit is primarily for the community to help each other out, if you have something you want the maintainers of the project to see we recommend posting in the appropriate How can I make this kernel setting persistent?

Logged cmb Hero Member Posts: 11239 Karma: +876/-7 Re: Error message igb: Could not setup and receive structures « Reply #1 on: February 10, 2011, 09:50:31 pm » a fix for http://strobelfilms.com/could-not/could-not-setup-receive-structures-freenas.html According to the man page of igb driver: hw.igb.num_queues Number of queues used for data transfer. richc Newbie Posts: 19 Karma: +0/-0 Error message igb: Could not setup and receive structures « on: February 09, 2011, 04:32:06 am » Hi,Hopefully someone on here can help, I am On machine with 8 CPUs, > driver is required 8192 9k mbufs, but by default there is only > 6400 and network won't start.

On machine with 8 CPUs, driver is required > 8192 9k mbufs, but by default there is only 6400 and network won't start. The situation is > similar here. Logged jimp Administrator Hero Member Posts: 19319 Karma: +994/-7 Re: Error message igb: Could not setup and receive structures « Reply #4 on: March 03, 2011, 07:34:22 am » Try the http://strobelfilms.com/could-not/could-not-setup-receive-structures-pfsense.html or use mp_ncpus for > calculation these values?

or just increase amount of mbuf_cluster/mbuf_jumbo_page/mbuf_jumbo_9k from that driver... If you want to talk code, please tell me where I was wrong. Kevin Boatswain Re: [pfSense] supermicro A1SRI-2758F-O igb0: Co...

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Jonb Sr. 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 >>> At one point in time I was able to ping after a random restart, but it is not working well at all. You've got unworkable system after upgrade from 8.1 to 8.2 and documentation doesn't help here.

Status:ClosedPriority:ImportantAssignee:-Category:BackendTarget version:8.3.0-RELEASEStart date:Due date:% Done:0% Seen in:ChangeLog Entry:Hardware Configuration:Migration Needed:NoFence Lizard:No Description Hello, I am working with the 8.3.0 BETA 1 Freenas and am getting the following error with my network It seems to be enough for stable work and driver is used less memory. We do not have problem. Check This Out 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 ♦

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