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Date:      Thu, 9 Aug 2007 01:32:20 +0200
From:      Roland Smith <>
To:        Paul Fraser <>
Cc:        Narek Gharibyan <>,
Subject:   Re: Wathdog Timeout HELP
Message-ID:  <>
In-Reply-To: <>
References:  <003901c7d9a0$9d54bec0$> <>

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On Thu, Aug 09, 2007 at 08:46:59AM +1000, Paul Fraser wrote:
> Narek Gharibyan wrote:
>> Dear All,
>> I recevice about 3-5 times per day xl0 : watchdog timeout, xl1 watchdog
>> timeout. I tried to set BIOS value "Plug and Play O/S" to yes or no. Non=
>> of
>> the values help me. I use 3COM nics, I checked all nics operate under
>> separate IRQ-s. When I receive this massage connection breaks for a few
>> seconds. What to do?
> Hi Narek,
> No real consolation at this point, however I experience the same problem=
> with a variety of other NICs in a couple of systems. I don't have a=20
> solution either I'm afraid as I've tried everything from enabling/disabli=
> PnP, disabling watchdog and ACPI etc.

Have you tried enabling polling(4)? It does require a kernel compiled
with polling support enabled.

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