In case I have to run it when the connection is dropped? I’d also use “ethtool -k” to check the features enabled and investigation disabling all the “offload” functions one-by-one to see if those are to blame. For others with similar problems: Thanks for the reply. Whilst this may not be your issue it might give you some lead s to identify what is going on. When I tried to install this driver, I got the following error message even though I run kernel version 3.

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Also can you provide the kernel versions for the How can I send it to you?

Thanks for the uhuntu. The following features are now available in supported kernels: Several adapters with the chipset display “TX unit hang” messages during normal operation with the e driver.

Linux* Base Driver for IntelĀ® Gigabit Ethernet Network Connections

Sign up using Email and Password. RDT Receive desc tail 0xF0 0x Jesse Brandeburg ubkntu 3. The NVM checksum is not valid The root of the problem is in the hardware and this page goes through fixing it. Can you provide the output from lspci -vv for the network devices in the system?


I had CentOS Server 7. Basically a kernel issue like this requires kernel bisection, which includes testing on different kernel version. This I have to repeat at every kernel update, since kernel updates still 3. There are 6 centos atomic hosts instances booted in the cluster and they host a kubernetes version 1.

Safari E10000e IE Firefox. Some more notes on Ubuntu Jeff Atwood 8, 19 68 I know the motherboard and the IV network interface work perfectly as the same new motherboard ran CentOS Server 7.

Linux* Base Driver for IntelĀ® Gigabit Ethernet Network Connections

In that case the Windows driver enables various power-management settings which, when rebooting into Linux without a cold-off, results in network problems. To post a comment you must log in. What’s the exact kernel version you’re running? Move the base driver tar file to the directory of your choice. Some update comments on the issue with the Ubuntu Please consider upgrading to the latest version of your browser by clicking one of the following links.


Written by Eugene Mihailescu: To sum this long bug post, the Ubuntu Server Copyright c – Intel Corporation.

There’s an Arch Linux thread with a good discussion and screenshots of that issue at https: I found a little bit of info here. Show all Show less.

Why would the internet connectivity issues I’m seeing with Ubuntu Detected Hardware Unit Hang: Load the module using either the insmod or modprobe command: For example, I have tried what is being advised on this link. Had another drop network connection episode around around 9: