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Intel i or i NIC device driver?
I’ve found the cause – we had the acpi-support package installed which enables lots of unwanted power saving features due to a bug. You might try to set that to some low value, then report back.
Downloads for Intel® Ethernet Controller I210 Series
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Home Questions Tags Users Unanswered. But I dont intsl if i will be supported in S What are the steps needed? I can not get i to work using the Illumos driver. This book contains many real life examples derived from the author’s experience as a Linux system and network administrator, trainer and consultant. I am using Solaris 10U Anyone knows how to install a driver in Solaris Open Source Consulting Domain Registration.
Downloads for Intel® Ethernet Server Adapter I210 Series
It is the “igb” driver, not eg driver that we need. Join our community today!
I typed your command, and Solaris said: It seems that Solaris and illumos are not driver compatible, as Oracle made many changes. Oracle says that only the i driver exists in SRU 11 and 12, that is, new patches.
The igb driver comes with a debug parameter, which you can set from 0 no debug info to 16 all. View LQ Wiki Contributions.
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o210 All times are GMT Martin’s solutions works fine – just make sure you install the back port kernel as the stable kernel does not support the Intel I NICs:. The time now is So if you are not going to use serial ports in Solaris, then you can ignore that error, as well.
Downloads for Intel® Ethernet Controller I Series
The release date of S If it’s at all possible to do that without manually compiling kernels or drivers, Ehhernet would prefer that. No such device Cannot get link status: The power button will still work, but all the remaining power saving magic of acpi-support that you don’t want on a server is gone.
Cannot get device settings: Apparently the igb driver doesn’t like those power save settings at all.