Re: TBF Seems broken in recent X86-64 kernels

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On 3/13/11 9:50 AM, Piers O'Hanlon wrote:

> 
> To verify whether it is the TSO/GSO causing the issue you could try
> disabling them (though you will lose some of the performance benefits)
> using ethtool -K eth4 tso off gso off - if you do this then your
> original tbf configuration should work ok.

Thanks, Piers. It was indeed TSO/GSO causing the issue.

-Tom
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