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#41
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The new driver seems to work fine, but my logs are getting filled with this after copying files over the network:

May 2 12:03:53 orion kernel[0]: geosx ERR: ouputPacket() stall 126:123:125
May 2 12:03:53 orion kernel[0]: skgeosx ERR: ouputPacket() stall 126:126:0
May 2 12:03:53 orion kernel[0]: skgeosx ERR: ouputPacket() stall 125:0:3
May 2 12:03:53 orion kernel[0]: skgeosx ERR: ouputPacket() stall 126:2:4
May 2 12:03:53 orion kernel[0]: skgeosx ERR: ouputPacket() stall 126:5:7
May 2 12:03:53 orion kernel[0]: skgeosx ERR: ouputPacket() stall 126:7:9
May 2 12:03:53 orion kernel[0]: skgeosx ERR: ouputPacket() stall 126:10:12
May 2 12:03:53 orion kernel[0]: skgeosx ERR: ouputPacket() stall 127:15:16
May 2 12:03:53 orion kernel[0]: skgeosx ERR: ouputPacket() stall 127:20:21
May 2 12:03:53 orion kernel[0]: skgeosx ERR: ouputPacket() stall 125:20:23
May 2 12:03:53 orion kernel[0]: skgeosx ERR: ouputPacket() stall 127:25:26
May 2 12:03:53 orion kernel[0]: skgeosx ERR: ouputPacket() stall 125:25:28
May 2 12:03:53 orion kernel[0]: skgeosx ERR: ouputPacket() stall 125:27:30
May 2 12:03:53 orion kernel[0]: skgeosx ERR: ouputPacket() stall 125:30:33
May 2 12:03:53 orion kernel[0]: skgeosx ERR: ouputPacket() stall 125:32:35
May 2 12:03:53 orion kernel[0]: skgeosx ERR: ouputPacket() stall 126:35:37
May 2 12:03:53 orion kernel[0]: skgeosx ERR: ouputPacket() stall 126:40:42
May 2 12:03:53 orion kernel[0]: skgeosx ERR: ouputPacket() stall 126:42:44
May 2 12:03:53 orion kernel[0]: skgeosx ERR: ouputPacket() stall 125:44:47
May 2 12:03:53 orion kernel[0]: skgeosx ERR: ouputPacket() stall 126:47:49
May 2 12:03:53 orion kernel[0]: skgeosx ERR: ouputPacket() stall 126:49:51
May 2 12:03:53 orion kernel[0]: skgeosx ERR: ouputPacket() stall 126:52:54
May 2 12:03:53 orion kernel[0]: skgeosx ERR: ouputPacket() stall 126:54:56
May 2 12:03:53 orion kernel[0]: skgeosx ERR: ouputPacket() stall 126:57:59
May 2 12:03:53 orion kernel[0]: skgeosx ERR: ouputPacket() stall 126:59:61
May 2 12:03:53 orion kernel[0]: skgeosx ERR: ouputPacket() stall 127:62:63
May 2 12:03:53 orion kernel[0]: skgeosx ERR: ouputPacket() stall 126:64:66
May 2 12:03:53 orion kernel[0]: skgeosx ERR: ouputPacket() stall 127:67:68
May 2 12:03:53 orion kernel[0]: skgeosx ERR: ouputPacket() stall 125:67:70
May 2 12:03:53 orion kernel[0]: skgeosx ERR: ouputPacket() stall 125:67:70
May 2 12:03:53 orion kernel[0]: skgeosx ERR: ouputPacket() stall 126:112:114
May 2 12:03:53 orion kernel[0]: skgeosx ERR: ouputPacket() stall 127:117:118
May 2 12:03:53 orion kernel[0]: skgeosx ERR: ouputPacket() stall 125:117:120
May 2 12:03:53 orion kernel[0]: skgeosx ERR: ouputPacket() stall 126:121:123
May 2 12:03:53 orion kernel[0]: skgeosx ERR: ouputPacket() stall 125:124:127
May 2 12:03:53 orion kernel[0]: skgeosx ERR: ouputPacket() stall 125:126:1
May 2 12:03:53 orion kernel[0]: skgeosx ERR: ouputPacket() stall 126:3:5
May 2 12:03:53 orion kernel[0]: skgeosx ERR: ouputPacket() stall 125:5:8
May 2 12:03:53 orion kernel[0]: skgeosx ERR: ouputPacket() stall 127:10:11
May 2 12:03:53 orion kernel[0]: skgeosx ERR: ouputPacket() stall 125:10:13
May 2 12:03:53 orion kernel[0]: skgeosx ERR: ouputPacket() stall 125:12:15
May 2 12:03:53 orion kernel[0]: skgeosx ERR: ouputPacket() stall 125:15:18
May 2 12:03:53 orion kernel[0]: skgeosx ERR: ouputPacket() stall 125:17:20
May 2 12:03:53 orion kernel[0]: skgeosx ERR: ouputPacket() stall 126:22:24
May 2 12:03:53 orion kernel[0]: skgeosx ERR: ouputPacket() stall 125:24:27
May 2 12:03:53 orion kernel[0]: skgeosx ERR: ouputPacket() stall 127:29:30
May 2 12:03:53 orion kernel[0]: skgeosx ERR: ouputPacket() stall 125:29:32
May 2 12:03:53 orion kernel[0]: skgeosx ERR: ouputPacket() stall 126:33:35
May 2 12:03:57 orion kernel[0]: skgeosx ERR: ouputPacket() stall 125:13:16
May 2 12:03:57 orion kernel[0]: skgeosx ERR: ouputPacket() stall 125:58:61
May 2 12:03:57 orion kernel[0]: skgeosx ERR: ouputPacket() stall 127:63:64
May 2 12:03:57 orion kernel[0]: skgeosx ERR: ouputPacket() stall 125:63:66
May 2 12:03:57 orion kernel[0]: skgeosx ERR: ouputPacket() stall 125:65:68
May 2 12:03:57 orion kernel[0]: skgeosx ERR: ouputPacket() stall 127:70:71
May 2 12:03:57 orion kernel[0]: skgeosx ERR: ouputPacket() stall 125:70:73
May 2 12:03:57 orion kernel[0]: skgeosx ERR: ouputPacket() stall 125:72:75
May 2 12:03:57 orion kernel[0]: skgeosx ERR: ouputPacket() stall 127:77:78
May 2 12:03:57 orion kernel[0]: skgeosx ERR: ouputPacket() stall 125:77:80
May 2 12:03:57 orion kernel[0]: skgeosx ERR: ouputPacket() stall 125:79:82
May 2 12:03:57 orion kernel[0]: skgeosx ERR: ouputPacket() stall 127:84:85
May 2 12:03:57 orion kernel[0]: skgeosx ERR: ouputPacket() stall 125:84:87
May 2 12:03:57 orion kernel[0]: skgeosx ERR: ouputPacket() stall 125:86:89
May 2 12:03:57 orion kernel[0]: skgeosx ERR: ouputPacket() stall 125:89:92
May 2 12:03:57 orion kernel[0]: skgeosx ERR: ouputPacket() stall 125:91:94
May 2 12:03:57 orion kernel[0]: skgeosx ERR: ouputPacket() stall 127:96:97
May 2 12:03:57 orion kernel[0]: skgeosx ERR: ouputPacket() stall 125:96:99
May 2 12:03:57 orion kernel[0]: skgeosx ERR: ouputPacket() stall 125:98:101
May 2 12:03:57 orion kernel[0]: skgeosx ERR: ouputPacket() stall 127:103:104
May 2 12:03:57 orion kernel[0]: skgeosx ERR: ouputPacket() stall 125:103:106
May 2 12:03:57 orion kernel[0]: skgeosx ERR: ouputPacket() stall 125:105:108
May 2 12:03:57 orion kernel[0]: skgeosx ERR: ouputPacket() stall 127:110:111
May 2 12:03:57 orion kernel[0]: skgeosx ERR: ouputPacket() stall 125:110:113

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najt: it's quite normal, don't worry
previous versions did the same
once I reach a reasonably stable build, I'll put in here a release kext which will not show debug messages such as these
for the moment I'd rather have more messages than less in case there's a crash

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working 0.2d perfect on my p4p800e-deluxe

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Hi m.musashi,

sorry for my stupid question but Im a newbie and dont know how to install the driver corrcetly because I dont understand this:

cp -R (drag and drop the file and remove the / at the end) /System/Library/Extensions/

I have to type in cp -R in the terminal, ok. But what means the rest, especially 'remove the / at the end'???
Can You please tell me what I have to do in single steps...

Thanks, and sorry again, but Im not an experienced programmer :-(

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mess:
say you have downloaded in desktop of a user called mess
in that case you should type:
cp -R /Users/mess/Desktop/skge.kext /System/Library/Extensions/

no / at the end of skge.kext
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guys, this build seems quite stable
36 hours of almost continuous net usage (tcp and udp) and still running
finger crossed

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I usually drag the files i want to copy to the terminal after the cp or mv command to avoid writing those long paths. Yes, I am that lazy :D and it's a nice feature.

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Ive installed the KEXT in my /System/Library/Extensions but no new network card detected. I got an P5WD2 Premium Board.

Anything else to do?

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asapreta: assuming your board has the 8001 yukon chip, assuming you've checked the devid/vendid and possibly modified the .plist .... then send me the log (see first message on this thread)

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Worked for me thanks

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asapreta: assuming your board has the 8001 yukon chip, assuming you've checked the devid/vendid and possibly modified the .plist .... then send me the log (see first message on this thread)



Big Thanks for your work, now posting using the Yukon Builtin Ethernet. The problem was the ID, mine is 0x43201148.

But when it was started, the other one (intel) stopped to work. But no big deal.

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Works like a charm for my 3C904 on my P4C800 motherboard. Thanks!

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Hi!

I have installed my new system and used the 0.2d.
Its great. No probs untill know. :(
Will do some tests...

THANKS!

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has somebody tested the driver on a gigabit LAN?
does it get to full speed?
my other PC is 100mbit so cannot test
thanks

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Just ran a speedtest from nyc speakeasy speedtest place



Download Speed: 2664 kbps (333 KB/sec transfer rate)
Upload Speed: 705 kbps (88.1 KB/sec transfer rate)

This is with my 2 pcs online, running itunes here on iranian radio .

Now I turned off my other pc, and will stop itunes radio .




Download Speed: 2782 kbps (347.8 KB/sec transfer rate)
Upload Speed: 708 kbps (88.5 KB/sec transfer rate)

Ok it could be faster both in down and up.

Hopefully the router cant be killing some speed

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ehm, that's an internet speed test
show's how fast is your internet connection, not the ethernet card

I need a LAN / intranet test to see if there's a bottleneck in the driver
on a 100Mbit/s I reach max transfer speed

tnx

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I have a P4P800 Deluxe with the Gigabit Lan and I use the latest driver you have. Unfortunately my router is 100 Mbit but I do have a notebook with a Gigabit network interface (Intel Core Duo but only XP Home, my girlfiends property, if not it'be runing OSX by now ;) ). So, if you explain me if I can do a direct connection between a MacOS and XP and what test should I do to get the results you want I could do it.

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schreplfer: thanks. To directly connect two PC via ethernet, you'd need a cross-over cable, which I guess you do not have
with this cable you just setup the LAN as you would with a router, just using manual IP settings
at that point, folder sharing, file transfer, network monitor :)

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schreplfer: thanks. To directly connect two PC via ethernet, you'd need a cross-over cable, which I guess you do not have
with this cable you just setup the LAN as you would with a router, just using manual IP settings
at that point, folder sharing, file transfer, network monitor :(


I have a crossover, I'll see to set the ip's staticly. Hope it works, are you referring to the XP network monitor? Should I report estimate numbers or is there some tool I can use that can give accurate stats? Also, is a comparison with a laptop really up to par as it probably has a slower HDD?

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Thank you...works GREAT for me!

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I have a crossover, I'll see to set the ip's staticly. Hope it works, are you referring to the XP network monitor? Should I report estimate numbers or is there some tool I can use that can give accurate stats? Also, is a comparison with a laptop really up to par as it probably has a slower HDD?


I use netperf to stress test the network (www.netperf.org) and get statistics
but even net monitor under XP or Net Monitor for OSX (homepage.mac.com/rominar/net.html) can work as a first test to show bandwidth saturation
but yeah, as you've correctly pointed out a laptop HD on a gigabit LAN test is going to be a bottleneck ... already it is sometime on 100mbits





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