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hi guys,

 

i have this wired message in the syslog

 

Apr 3 18:40:18 voice kernel: sky2 eth1: rx error, status 0x6e0002 length 110

Apr 3 18:40:25 voice kernel: sky2 eth1: rx error, status 0x470002 length 71

Apr 3 18:40:28 voice kernel: sky2 eth1: rx error, status 0x7b0002 length 123

Apr 3 18:40:36 voice kernel: sky2 eth1: rx error, status 0x4f0002 length 79

Apr 3 18:40:40 voice kernel: sky2 eth1: rx error, status 0x800002 length 128

Apr 3 18:40:42 voice kernel: sky2 eth1: rx error, status 0xc10002 length 193

Apr 3 18:40:42 voice kernel: sky2 eth1: rx error, status 0x2bb0002 length 699

Apr 3 18:40:57 voice kernel: sky2 eth1: rx error, status 0x570002 length 87

Apr 3 18:41:04 voice kernel: sky2 eth1: rx error, status 0x740002 length 116

Apr 3 18:41:28 voice kernel: sky2 eth1: rx error, status 0xa50002 length 165

 

 

should i be concerned?

 

christof

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should i be concerned?

 

I would be concerned. Especially about the "voice kernel" - what is that? Is the kernel aware that there is voice flowing through the network?

 

Apart from that, the errors seem to happen every few seconds. This will make it impossible to receive FAX, but having a normal audio conversation is still no problem. Maybe something simple like a bad cable.

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wow this is wired,

 

how i had my pbx and sip crash 2 times in 2 days during calls

 

i am running debian etch on a mac mini

 

here the syslog file

Apr 4 12:21:20 voice kernel: sky2 eth1: rx error, status 0x5c0002 length 92

Apr 4 12:21:33 voice kernel: sky2 eth1: rx error, status 0x5a0002 length 90

Apr 4 12:21:33 voice kernel: sky2 eth1: rx error, status 0x9d0002 length 157

Apr 4 12:21:39 voice kernel: sky2 eth1: rx error, status 0x9a0002 length 154

Apr 4 12:21:46 voice kernel: sky2 eth1: rx error, status 0x9b0002 length 155

Apr 4 12:21:46 voice kernel: sky2 eth1: rx error, status 0x17d0002 length 381

Apr 4 12:21:50 voice kernel: sky2 eth1: rx error, status 0xf40202 length 244

Apr 4 12:24:02 voice kernel: NETDEV WATCHDOG: eth1: transmit timed out

Apr 4 12:24:02 voice kernel: sky2 eth1: tx timeout

Apr 4 12:24:02 voice kernel: sky2 eth1: transmit ring 443 .. 421 report=443 done=443

Apr 4 12:24:02 voice kernel: sky2 hardware hung? flushing

Apr 4 12:24:12 voice kernel: NETDEV WATCHDOG: eth1: transmit timed out

Apr 4 12:24:12 voice kernel: sky2 eth1: tx timeout

Apr 4 12:24:12 voice kernel: sky2 eth1: transmit ring 421 .. 398 report=443 done=443

Apr 4 12:24:12 voice kernel: sky2 status report lost?

Apr 4 12:24:22 voice kernel: NETDEV WATCHDOG: eth1: transmit timed out

Apr 4 12:24:22 voice kernel: sky2 eth1: tx timeout

Apr 4 12:24:22 voice kernel: sky2 eth1: transmit ring 443 .. 420 report=443 done=443

Apr 4 12:24:22 voice kernel: sky2 hardware hung? flushing

Apr 4 12:24:51 voice shutdown[4401]: shutting down for system halt

Apr 4 12:24:51 voice init: Switching to runlevel: 0

Apr 4 12:26:13 voice syslogd 1.4.1#18: restart.

Apr 4 12:26:13 voice kernel: klogd 1.4.1#18, log source = /proc/kmsg started.

Apr 4 12:26:13 voice kernel: Linux version 2.6.18-5-686 (Debian 2.6.18.dfsg.1-17) (dannf@debian.org) (gcc version 4.1.2 20061115 (prerelease) (Debian 4.1.1-21)) #1 SMP Mon Dec 24 16:41:07 UTC 2007

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seems that this is a problem with the marvel ethernet adapter and the kernel module.

 

did anybody run into this before?

 

the is the adapter i have.

01:00.0 Ethernet controller: Marvell Technology Group Ltd. 88E8053 PCI-E Gigabit Ethernet Controller (rev 22)

 

 

thanx

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I would be concerned. Especially about the "voice kernel" - what is that? Is the kernel aware that there is voice flowing through the network?

 

Apart from that, the errors seem to happen every few seconds. This will make it impossible to receive FAX, but having a normal audio conversation is still no problem. Maybe something simple like a bad cable.

 

after googeling around seems its the network adapter built into the mac mini.

 

damn ggrrrrrrrrrr

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