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kadak

Member Since 20 Jan 2008
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In Topic: New Driver for Realtek RTL8111

28 March 2017 - 12:01 AM

I say - I think, not I rule out. There is difference (for me at least :)). And because of that picture:

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It seems to me not very logical even from Apple - cut down bandwith for some moment and then restore again. I think (again) that if PM is broken, its is broken all the time, not by random base. And if PM is broken, then some more problems will come up. I don't see any other problems related to power management. 

 

I have too much computers, srry - I mistakenly give a wrong model and chip number, RTL chip is RTL8111E as I wrote initially. 

 

About stupid question - no, I don't know how PM causes a delay of few dozens of microseconds, when traffic goes thru GB switch to computer next of it... that's why I asked about.

 

So, how that PM causes delay only when traffic is local? Why traffic from WAN is privileged and not affected? 

Oh, this makes two stupid questions again :). Not much... so there is more. What  everyone needs to repair exactly in PM (for healty network)?

 

Sorry about questions, I live with Mac's start from 10.3 Panther, but I am first time in Sierra... 

In Topic: New Driver for Realtek RTL8111

27 March 2017 - 10:12 AM

I found that problem comes up only when computer receives data from another computer, if computer transmits data out, then all is "usable" at least :). If I relaunch then Finder, that problem may or may not occur. Problematic computer is Gigabyte PH67A-UD3LR with I3 2130, RTL8100E. So, I think that power management is not cause of problem - if transmitting data is working. 

I downgraded RTL driver to v2.0.0., no visible changes.

In Topic: New Driver for Realtek RTL8111

26 March 2017 - 12:50 AM

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And this is speed with internet, no between computers. 

In Topic: New Driver for Realtek RTL8111

25 March 2017 - 09:54 PM

 inappropriate power management settings cause delays in packet handling, it will make the network appear to be congested. 

 

Why this packet handling problem (if this is a case) is only in local connection, not in internet traffic? My inet connection allows to 40Mbps DL and this works as promised. If I connect to old 10.6.8 machine, this connection works too, but seems that speed is only 100T range, not 1000T. If I connect with SMB, between two Sierras I can't connect at all. Only with AFP. Connection to 10.6.8 is AFP too.

My machines are very ancient indeed - with s775 and s1155, but I need 10.6.8 and even 10.5.8 because of some specific software. I am not sportsmen, so I not need maximum in everything. I am 50 years old now, so gaming is not for me anymore  B).

 

TSO... How I disable TCP segmentation offload in Sierra? 

 

Ok, found a way to edit. I disabled EEE, TSO for ipv4 and ipv6 and... file transfer stalled from ca10% of file size: file was 9,66GB and transfer goes to 906MB, then finito.

In Topic: GeForce GT 710

25 March 2017 - 08:40 PM

If I wrote "without webdriver", then it need to be a built-in driver, built-in to Sierra or Clover (v3766). I not installed any graphic options or driver at all. If someone shows how to look what specific driver is used, then I look.

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