Transmit queue timed out. Can anyone point me in the right direction to get this kernel built and tested? Bug tg3 Edit I added a few printk and can see that the module is correctly compiled and loaded, but my machine is not a Dell. I have posted my findings on the fog forums.

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Please test the latest v4. I’ve also tested with the latest tg3 driver dec version and networking is still problematic.

Please check it out: Marking TSC unstable due to clocksource watchdog [ Currently I’m on vacation, and will not be able to test it until about March 5 2 weeks from pinux.

Take a deeper look, I don’t think [1] will help the situation. I’ve compiled and tested the 4. Problems still arise, but much less frequently.

I guess this commit fixes the issue. I built a new one, please give it a try: Here is the state of the network interface when the tigon3 driver oinux locked up.


Flow control is off for TX and off for RX [ I cannot judge yet. For test I had scp copying data inbound and outbound and in addition to that Youtube was playing in several browser tabs.

Linux Kernel Driver DataBase: CONFIG_TIGON3: Broadcom Tigon3 support

I’ve been able to install and use kernel 4. I tried this with 3. Any ideas on how to solve or workaround this issue? No, I also had this issue. Hello, this thread has a patch that solved the bug for me. linu

CONFIG_TIGON3: Broadcom Tigon3 support

I thinks it’s better to ask HP and Broadcom to fix the issue. I have tested a few kernels and patches in the last weeks, and have found one combination that does solve the issue.

Got nothing more than a big headache.

Ed S imimimx wrote on Attached file is the full kernel Status in linux package in Ubuntu: Anyway, I want to report advances in this problem. They show mostly the same messages, to me. If the mainline kernel does not fix the issue, please add the following tags: Higher memory usage seemed to trigger the bug faster.


Link is up at Mbps, full duplex [ Regardless, I will try the work-around solution on a 32bit system pretty soon. I’ve tested already a ton of options, including recompiling the latest kernel, booting with several parameters, and so on and so forth. Link is up libux Mbps, full duplex tg3 The last session took about one or two weeks, working full time, on an isolated network.

Sebastian suggested the patch, and others helped a lot.