Note: "permalinks" may not be as permanent as we would like,
direct links of old sources may well be a few messages off.
2007/8/3, Tom Brown <brown at esteem.com>: > I have a problem with network cards failing for resource 0 (r0). I thought it > was the cheap network cards in both nodes. So, I replaced them with Intel > Pro/1000 Gb cards. The connection worked at first and the sync finished > without a problem. Then, after a few days, the connection went back to > Primary/Unknown. I can't get ping through on that interface either. When I > replaced the network cards I moved things around so the network cards for r0 > were in a different pci slot. Any ideas on what may be going on here? Is this > hardware issue? If so, any suggestions on a pci network card to use? Hi, First, how are your machines connected : with a crossover cable or with a switch ? When your problem happen, do you see incoming traffic on your network interface (tcpdump -nli <ethX>) ? do you have RX/TX drops/errors/overruns in the output of ifconfig on your ethX ? are the link status and negotiated speed and duplex mode correct (ethtool <ethX>) ? If you are connected to a switch, you might need to check the speed/mode negotiation and link status from the switch side too. You might also want to check for networking related kernel messages in dmesg/syslog (things like "ethX down", "NETDEV transmit timeout", "e1000 error", etc.) Regards, Jérôme Augé