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88E8053 PCI E GIGABIT DRIVER

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CPU 0 Dec 13 If you’d read the post and gone to ELRepo you would have discovered that they repackage manufacturer drivers and backport others from much more recent kernels than the CentOS ones. Since you said nothing about having already tried their drivers in your original post, it’s a worthwhile thing to point out that newer drivers for the CentOS kernel can be obtained from ELRepo. Read my post, the sk98lin driver IS from elrepo, which means that I’ve already done your suggested steps a few months ago. The death of the “sk98lin” module is now slightly different than the dead of the “sky2” module.

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Select all Dec 13 MAC parity error Dec 13 If you’d read the post and gone to ELRepo you would have discovered that they repackage manufacturer drivers and backport others from much more recent kernels than the CentOS ones. TCP segmentation error Dec 13 I traced the problem to a gigait kernel which had some updates in the “sky2” module, which caused the system to completely freeze at random.

[Kernel Opss] Marvell Yukon 88E PCI-E Gigabit Ethernet – CentOS

Perhaps you should try taking what help is offered by volunteers rather than biting the hand that feeds you. Full time Geek, part time moderator. RX parity error Dec 13 Since you said nothing about having already tried their drivers in your original post, it’s a worthwhile thing to point out that newer drivers for the CentOS kernel can be obtained from ELRepo.

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Use the FAQ Luke. Then try finding out which network driver supports yours. Xorg Not tainted 2.

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The first indication was 888053 after reboots, the ethernet chipset on the motherboard is suddenly gone from the system lspci, etcit is as if its disabled from the bios. Read my post, the sk98lin driver IS from elrepo, which means that I’ve already done your suggested steps a few months ago. I can’t unload the module and I can only reboot to get the ethernet back to working order.

A single chipset component failing while everything else is fine? Sometime during the past summer, the system started freezing completely. The death of the “sk98lin” module is now slightly different than the dead of the “sky2” module. It appears after a few resets and seems to work again for a while until the same thing happens and the chipset dies and disappears again.

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The machine has been running constantly for around 3 years now, without a single problem, until now. The various parity errors in your messages look a bit scary to me. I’ve been using that module ever since without problems, until recently. I’ve installed a PCI ethernet card and disabled the ethernet chipset from the bios.

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If you’d read the post you’d understand that, thus your gjgabit would be instantly and obviously obsolete. CPU 0 Dec 13 Marvell Technology Group Ltd. PCI hardware error 0xffff Dec 13 Select all eth0 Link encap: Doing this would give you an additional data point for your diagnostics.

This seem to run fine for now, but I’ll have to monitor the system over a longer period. Has anyone seen this type of issue before? bigabit

After some searching around, I found out that the “sk98lin” module also worked fine with my ethernet and was a common alternative. If the hardware is failing, the fix will be to replace the failing hardware, or get a new NIC.

At random, it produces the error “eth0: