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gilby101

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  1. I have Z87X-UD3H with ethernet device id 153b - no problems with 10.9 or 10.10. But, have you turned TSO off? If not, see some pages back as to how to do this.
  2. Makes a difference for many/most Ethernet interfaces. Look back in this thread a few months for setting TSO.
  3. I have (for now) stayed with v3.1.0 because it seemed to be faster than older versions - though I admit I have not done a thorough comparison. But I have set NET_F_TSO to false, as Riley suggested. The "e1000_tx_map: failed to getphysicalsegment" errors have gone away The "AppleIntelE1000e(Err): Detected Hardware Unit Hang" were rare (though fatal) for me so will have to wait and see if they are solved too.
  4. I have the same problem as k1x0r, except that: The errors are for any protocol (not just SMB or AFP). In particular, for me, the protocol used by Chronosync. I get "e1000_tx_map: failed to getphysicalsegment" frequently whenever doing any transfer. The "AppleIntelE1000e(Err): Detected Hardware Unit Hang:" are rare, but when they happen they repeat endlessly and require a reboot. The detail I have for mine is: Jul 2 16:42:40 Adam kernel[0]: AppleIntelE1000e(Err): Detected Hardware Unit Hang: Jul 2 16:42:40 Adam kernel[0]: TDH <21> Jul 2 16:42:40 Adam kernel[0]: TDT <f1> Jul 2 16:42:40 Adam kernel[0]: next_to_use <f1> Jul 2 16:42:40 Adam kernel[0]: next_to_clean <1b> Jul 2 16:42:40 Adam kernel[0]: buffer_info[next_to_clean]: Jul 2 16:42:40 Adam kernel[0]: time_stamp <2cb74> Jul 2 16:42:40 Adam kernel[0]: next_to_watch <21> Jul 2 16:42:40 Adam kernel[0]: next_to_watch.status <0> Jul 2 16:42:40 Adam kernel[0]: MAC Status <80043> Jul 2 16:42:40 Adam kernel[0]: PHY Status <796d> Jul 2 16:42:40 Adam kernel[0]: PHY 1000BASE-T Status <0> Jul 2 16:42:40 Adam kernel[0]: PHY Extended Status <3000> Jul 2 16:42:40 Adam kernel[0]: PCI Status <10> I have a GA-Z87X-UD3H and the Device ID is 0x153b.
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