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@d_lind: Ok, thanks for the information anyway. Please send me your kernel log or a picture of the kernel panic as soon as you find some time to test.

 

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Tested and working so far so good on yosemite.

Just one thing, sometimes after I restart my pc, the aplications reopen but without ethernet. So, I need refresh the aplications to get internet working.

Maybe, it's a delay on kext startup. But it's very, very, cosmetic.

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Tested and working so far so good on yosemite.

Just one thing, sometimes after I restart my pc, the aplications reopen but without ethernet. So, I need refresh the aplications to get internet working.

Maybe, it's a delay on kext startup. But it's very, very, cosmetic.

 

This happens usually when the link negotiation is delayed for some reason so that the connection isn't ready when the apps are starting up.

 

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This happens usually when the link negotiation is delayed for some reason so that the connection isn't ready when the apps are starting up.

 

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Hmmm, but is strange.

I set the ethernet hardware configuration as manual (speed / duplex / mtu). But the problem still.

I saw that it only happens if I set the system to reopen the apps. If I don't, it doesn't happen, even if the apps are set to open on login. (ex: steam).

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I set the ethernet hardware configuration as manual (speed / duplex / mtu). But the problem still.

I saw that it only happens if I set the system to reopen the apps. If I don't, it doesn't happen, even if the apps are set to open on login. (ex: steam).

 

It's a hardware issue I have watched with various combinations of NICs, including those in original Macs, and switches too. Some combinations manage to establish the connection within 1 or 2 seconds while others need more than 5 or even have to renegotiate it after a few seconds. For some reason it often takes a few seconds longer to negotiate the connection speed. Manual configuration of the interface doesn't help. It also depends on the exact point in time when the OS opens the apps which may be different if you open the apps on login instead of letting the OS reopen them.

 

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@d_lind: Still waiting...  :whistle:

 

Oh Sorry @Mieze !

 

I am back at work now so I should have time to try when I get home.

 

The last version you gave me didn't work... So whats next step? you want my logs for the last try?

 

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Oh Sorry @Mieze !

 

I am back at work now so I should have time to try when I get home.

 

The last version you gave me didn't work... So whats next step? you want my logs for the last try?

 

AppleIIGuy reported it to work on X79. I need your kernel logs of the last try.

 

EDIT: Almost 2 days later still nothing. Please tell me, why is it so hard to send me a log file?  :angry:

 

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@d_lind: Looks like you're not interested in cooperation. As far as I'm concerned the matter is history.  :angry:

 

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With heavy transmit, seeing errors+link fail...

 

I was copying Win8/Win10 ISOs to my WHS2011 server (so SMB shares).

 

Happens with both v1 and v2 kexts. Yosemite 10.10.4. I'll try 10.11 later.

 

Here's v1 log:

Aug  6 11:35:01 localhost kernel[0]: Ethernet [IntelMausi]: TCP/IPv4 segmentation offload enabled.
Aug  6 11:35:01 localhost kernel[0]: Ethernet [IntelMausi]: TCP/IPv6 segmentation offload enabled.
Aug  6 11:35:01 localhost kernel[0]: Ethernet [IntelMausi]: TCP/IPv6 checksum offload enabled.
Aug  6 11:35:01 localhost kernel[0]: Ethernet [IntelMausi]: Version 1.0.0 using max interrupt rate 7000.
Aug  6 11:35:01 localhost kernel[0]: Ethernet [IntelMausi]: 82579V (Rev. 5) at 0xffffff81e8f3d000, e0:69:95:9a:69:a2
Aug  6 11:35:05 Speedy-OSX kernel[0]: Ethernet [IntelMausi]: Link up on en0, 1-Gigabit, Full-duplex, Rx/Tx flow-control
Aug  6 11:37:41 Speedy-OSX kernel[0]: Ethernet [IntelMausi]: Tx stalled? Resetting chipset. txDirtyDescIndex=147, STATUS=0x40080083, TCTL=0x3103f0fa.
Aug  6 11:37:41 Speedy-OSX kernel[0]: Ethernet [IntelMausi]: desc[127]: lower=0x26100042, upper=0x00000300, addr=0x000000000bdec2a2, mbuf=0x0000000000000000.
Aug  6 11:37:41 Speedy-OSX kernel[0]: Ethernet [IntelMausi]: desc[128]: lower=0x261005c8, upper=0x00000300, addr=0x000000000c121a38, mbuf=0x0000000000000000.
Aug  6 11:37:41 Speedy-OSX kernel[0]: Ethernet [IntelMausi]: desc[129]: lower=0xaf1005ac, upper=0x00000301, addr=0x000000000be66000, mbuf=0x0000000000000000.
Aug  6 11:37:41 Speedy-OSX kernel[0]: Ethernet [IntelMausi]: desc[130]: lower=0x27000b50, upper=0x05a84200, addr=0x000032220021180e, mbuf=0x0000000000000000.
Aug  6 11:37:41 Speedy-OSX kernel[0]: Ethernet [IntelMausi]: desc[131]: lower=0x26100042, upper=0x00000300, addr=0x000000000bf1f3a2, mbuf=0x0000000000000000.
Aug  6 11:37:41 Speedy-OSX kernel[0]: Ethernet [IntelMausi]: desc[132]: lower=0x26100278, upper=0x00000300, addr=0x000000000be66588, mbuf=0x0000000000000000.
Aug  6 11:37:41 Speedy-OSX kernel[0]: Ethernet [IntelMausi]: desc[133]: lower=0x26100800, upper=0x00000300, addr=0x000000000c13b800, mbuf=0x0000000000000000.
Aug  6 11:37:41 Speedy-OSX kernel[0]: Ethernet [IntelMausi]: desc[134]: lower=0xaf100080, upper=0x00000301, addr=0x000000000be54800, mbuf=0x0000000000000000.
Aug  6 11:37:41 Speedy-OSX kernel[0]: Ethernet [IntelMausi]: desc[135]: lower=0x27000b90, upper=0x05a84200, addr=0x000032220021180e, mbuf=0x0000000000000000.
Aug  6 11:37:41 Speedy-OSX kernel[0]: Ethernet [IntelMausi]: desc[136]: lower=0x26100042, upper=0x00000300, addr=0x000000000bef41a2, mbuf=0x0000000000000000.
Aug  6 11:37:41 Speedy-OSX kernel[0]: Ethernet [IntelMausi]: desc[137]: lower=0x26100728, upper=0x00000300, addr=0x000000000be548d8, mbuf=0x0000000000000000.
Aug  6 11:37:41 Speedy-OSX kernel[0]: Ethernet [IntelMausi]: desc[138]: lower=0xaf100420, upper=0x00000301, addr=0x000000000c162000, mbuf=0x0000000000000000.
Aug  6 11:37:41 Speedy-OSX kernel[0]: Ethernet [IntelMausi]: desc[139]: lower=0x27000b50, upper=0x05a84200, addr=0x000032220021180e, mbuf=0x0000000000000000.
Aug  6 11:37:41 Speedy-OSX kernel[0]: Ethernet [IntelMausi]: desc[140]: lower=0x26100042, upper=0x00000300, addr=0x000000000c1032a2, mbuf=0x0000000000000000.
Aug  6 11:37:41 Speedy-OSX kernel[0]: Ethernet [IntelMausi]: desc[141]: lower=0x26100398, upper=0x00000300, addr=0x000000000c162468, mbuf=0x0000000000000000.
Aug  6 11:37:41 Speedy-OSX kernel[0]: Ethernet [IntelMausi]: desc[142]: lower=0xaf1007a0, upper=0x00000301, addr=0x000000000be2c000, mbuf=0x0000000000000000.
Aug  6 11:37:41 Speedy-OSX kernel[0]: Ethernet [IntelMausi]: desc[143]: lower=0x27000b50, upper=0x05a84200, addr=0x000032220021180e, mbuf=0x0000000000000000.
Aug  6 11:37:41 Speedy-OSX kernel[0]: Ethernet [IntelMausi]: desc[144]: lower=0x26100042, upper=0x00000300, addr=0x000000000c1487a2, mbuf=0x0000000000000000.
Aug  6 11:37:41 Speedy-OSX kernel[0]: Ethernet [IntelMausi]: desc[145]: lower=0x26100048, upper=0x00000300, addr=0x000000000be2c7b8, mbuf=0x0000000000000000.
Aug  6 11:37:41 Speedy-OSX kernel[0]: Ethernet [IntelMausi]: desc[146]: lower=0x26100800, upper=0x00000300, addr=0x000000000be7d000, mbuf=0x0000000000000000.
Aug  6 11:37:41 Speedy-OSX kernel[0]: Ethernet [IntelMausi]: desc[147]: lower=0xaf100308, upper=0x00000300, addr=0x000000000bf72800, mbuf=0xffffff81e0263700.
Aug  6 11:37:41 Speedy-OSX kernel[0]: Ethernet [IntelMausi]: desc[148]: lower=0x27000b50, upper=0x05a84200, addr=0x000032220021180e, mbuf=0x0000000000000000.
Aug  6 11:37:41 Speedy-OSX kernel[0]: Ethernet [IntelMausi]: desc[149]: lower=0x26100042, upper=0x00000300, addr=0x000000000c04b4a2, mbuf=0x0000000000000000.
Aug  6 11:37:41 Speedy-OSX kernel[0]: Ethernet [IntelMausi]: desc[150]: lower=0x261004f8, upper=0x00000300, addr=0x000000000bf72b08, mbuf=0x0000000000000000.
Aug  6 11:37:41 Speedy-OSX kernel[0]: Ethernet [IntelMausi]: desc[151]: lower=0xaf100658, upper=0x00000300, addr=0x000000000c128000, mbuf=0xffffff81e041c400.
Aug  6 11:37:41 Speedy-OSX kernel[0]: Ethernet [IntelMausi]: desc[152]: lower=0x27000650, upper=0x05a84200, addr=0x000032220021180e, mbuf=0x0000000000000000.
Aug  6 11:37:41 Speedy-OSX kernel[0]: Ethernet [IntelMausi]: desc[153]: lower=0x26100042, upper=0x00000300, addr=0x000000000c0590a2, mbuf=0x0000000000000000.
Aug  6 11:37:41 Speedy-OSX kernel[0]: Ethernet [IntelMausi]: desc[154]: lower=0x261001a8, upper=0x00000300, addr=0x000000000c128658, mbuf=0x0000000000000000.
Aug  6 11:37:41 Speedy-OSX kernel[0]: Ethernet [IntelMausi]: desc[155]: lower=0xaf1004a8, upper=0x00000300, addr=0x000000000be10800, mbuf=0xffffff81e0174000.
Aug  6 11:37:41 Speedy-OSX kernel[0]: Ethernet [IntelMausi]: desc[156]: lower=0x27000b50, upper=0x05a84200, addr=0x000032220021180e, mbuf=0x0000000000000000.
Aug  6 11:37:41 Speedy-OSX kernel[0]: Ethernet [IntelMausi]: packet size=2962, header size=66.
Aug  6 11:37:41 Speedy-OSX kernel[0]: Ethernet [IntelMausi]: MAC-header:  0xe2 0x69 0x95 0x77 0xfe 0x56 0xe0 0x69 0x95 0x9a 0x69 0xa2 0x08 0x00
Aug  6 11:37:41 Speedy-OSX kernel[0]: Ethernet [IntelMausi]: IP-header:  0x45 0x00 0x00 0x00 0x80 0x7f 0x40 0x00 0x40 0x06 0x00 0x00 0xc0 0xa8 0x00 0x7f 0xc0 0xa8 0x00 0x63
Aug  6 11:37:41 Speedy-OSX kernel[0]: Ethernet [IntelMausi]: TCP-Header / Data:  0xc0 0x59 0x01 0xbd 0x12 0xff 0x33 0x64 0x0d 0x32 0x0f 0x63 0x80 0x10 0x10 0x00 0x82 0x39 0x00 0x00 0x01 0x01 0x08 0x0a 0x30 0xc7 0x36 0x9c 0x00 0x4b 0xd9 0xfc 0xbc 0xe0 0x36 0x75 0xe6 0x28 0x3e 0x74 0x92 0x6c 0x21 0xa5 0x35 0x89 0xb3 0xb7 0xbd 0x94 0xf3 0x73 0xb4 0x34 0xef 0x55 0x65 0x85 0x29 0xed 0xd4 0xd8 0xe7 0xba 0x19 0x99
Aug  6 11:37:41 Speedy-OSX kernel[0]: Ethernet [IntelMausi]: Link down on en0
Aug  6 11:37:45 Speedy-OSX kernel[0]: Ethernet [IntelMausi]: Link up on en0, 1-Gigabit, Full-duplex, Rx/Tx flow-control
v2 log:

Aug  6 06:04:58 localhost kernel[0]: Ethernet [IntelMausi]: TCP/IPv4 segmentation offload enabled.
Aug  6 06:04:58 localhost kernel[0]: Ethernet [IntelMausi]: TCP/IPv6 segmentation offload enabled.
Aug  6 06:04:58 localhost kernel[0]: Ethernet [IntelMausi]: TCP/IPv6 checksum offload enabled.
Aug  6 06:04:58 localhost kernel[0]: Ethernet [IntelMausi]: Version 2.0.0 using max interrupt rate 7000.
Aug  6 06:04:58 localhost kernel[0]: Ethernet [IntelMausi]: 82579V (Rev. 5) at 0xffffff81e8e1d000, e0:69:95:9a:69:a2
Aug  6 06:05:02 Speedy-OSX kernel[0]: Ethernet [IntelMausi]: Link up on en0, 1-Gigabit, Full-duplex, Rx/Tx flow-control
Aug  6 07:49:20 Speedy-OSX kernel[0]: Ethernet [IntelMausi]: Link down on en0
Aug  6 07:57:34 Speedy-OSX kernel[0]: Ethernet [IntelMausi]: Link up on en0, 1-Gigabit, Full-duplex, Rx/Tx flow-control
Aug  6 08:08:53 Speedy-OSX kernel[0]: Ethernet [IntelMausi]: Link down on en0
Aug  6 08:30:50 Speedy-OSX kernel[0]: Ethernet [IntelMausi]: Link up on en0, 1-Gigabit, Full-duplex, Rx/Tx flow-control
Aug  6 11:09:35 Speedy-OSX kernel[0]: Ethernet [IntelMausi]: Link down on en0
Aug  6 11:09:45 Speedy-OSX kernel[0]: Ethernet [IntelMausi]: Link up on en0, 1-Gigabit, Full-duplex, Rx/Tx flow-control
Aug  6 11:28:29 Speedy-OSX kernel[0]: Ethernet [IntelMausi]: Tx stalled? Resetting chipset. txDirtyDescIndex=962, STATUS=0x40080083, TCTL=0x3103f0fa.
Aug  6 11:28:29 Speedy-OSX kernel[0]: Ethernet [IntelMausi]: desc[942]: lower=0x26100800, upper=0x00000300, addr=0x000000000bdd1800, mbuf=0x0000000000000000.
Aug  6 11:28:29 Speedy-OSX kernel[0]: Ethernet [IntelMausi]: desc[943]: lower=0x26100800, upper=0x00000300, addr=0x000000000be76800, mbuf=0x0000000000000000.
Aug  6 11:28:29 Speedy-OSX kernel[0]: Ethernet [IntelMausi]: desc[944]: lower=0x26100800, upper=0x00000300, addr=0x000000000be2f000, mbuf=0x0000000000000000.
Aug  6 11:28:29 Speedy-OSX kernel[0]: Ethernet [IntelMausi]: desc[945]: lower=0x26100800, upper=0x00000300, addr=0x000000000be5c800, mbuf=0x0000000000000000.
Aug  6 11:28:29 Speedy-OSX kernel[0]: Ethernet [IntelMausi]: desc[946]: lower=0x26100800, upper=0x00000300, addr=0x000000000be04800, mbuf=0x0000000000000000.
Aug  6 11:28:29 Speedy-OSX kernel[0]: Ethernet [IntelMausi]: desc[947]: lower=0x26100800, upper=0x00000300, addr=0x000000000be8e000, mbuf=0x0000000000000000.
Aug  6 11:28:29 Speedy-OSX kernel[0]: Ethernet [IntelMausi]: desc[948]: lower=0x26100800, upper=0x00000300, addr=0x000000000bdf0800, mbuf=0x0000000000000000.
Aug  6 11:28:29 Speedy-OSX kernel[0]: Ethernet [IntelMausi]: desc[949]: lower=0x26100800, upper=0x00000300, addr=0x000000000be19000, mbuf=0x0000000000000000.
Aug  6 11:28:29 Speedy-OSX kernel[0]: Ethernet [IntelMausi]: desc[950]: lower=0x26100800, upper=0x00000300, addr=0x000000000be19800, mbuf=0x0000000000000000.
Aug  6 11:28:29 Speedy-OSX kernel[0]: Ethernet [IntelMausi]: desc[951]: lower=0x26100800, upper=0x00000300, addr=0x000000000bea5800, mbuf=0x0000000000000000.
Aug  6 11:28:29 Speedy-OSX kernel[0]: Ethernet [IntelMausi]: desc[952]: lower=0x26100800, upper=0x00000300, addr=0x000000000be97800, mbuf=0x0000000000000000.
Aug  6 11:28:29 Speedy-OSX kernel[0]: Ethernet [IntelMausi]: desc[953]: lower=0x26100800, upper=0x00000300, addr=0x000000000be60000, mbuf=0x0000000000000000.
Aug  6 11:28:29 Speedy-OSX kernel[0]: Ethernet [IntelMausi]: desc[954]: lower=0x26100800, upper=0x00000300, addr=0x000000000bdff000, mbuf=0x0000000000000000.
Aug  6 11:28:29 Speedy-OSX kernel[0]: Ethernet [IntelMausi]: desc[955]: lower=0x26100800, upper=0x00000300, addr=0x000000000be68000, mbuf=0x0000000000000000.
Aug  6 11:28:29 Speedy-OSX kernel[0]: Ethernet [IntelMausi]: desc[956]: lower=0x26100800, upper=0x00000300, addr=0x000000000bfd5800, mbuf=0x0000000000000000.
Aug  6 11:28:29 Speedy-OSX kernel[0]: Ethernet [IntelMausi]: desc[957]: lower=0xaf10072c, upper=0x00000301, addr=0x000000000bded000, mbuf=0x0000000000000000.
Aug  6 11:28:29 Speedy-OSX kernel[0]: Ethernet [IntelMausi]: desc[958]: lower=0x27000b50, upper=0x05a84200, addr=0x000032220021180e, mbuf=0x0000000000000000.
Aug  6 11:28:29 Speedy-OSX kernel[0]: Ethernet [IntelMausi]: desc[959]: lower=0x26100042, upper=0x00000300, addr=0x000000000bd93ba2, mbuf=0x0000000000000000.
Aug  6 11:28:29 Speedy-OSX kernel[0]: Ethernet [IntelMausi]: desc[960]: lower=0x26100048, upper=0x00000300, addr=0x000000000bded7b8, mbuf=0x0000000000000000.
Aug  6 11:28:29 Speedy-OSX kernel[0]: Ethernet [IntelMausi]: desc[961]: lower=0x26100800, upper=0x00000300, addr=0x000000000bfa2000, mbuf=0x0000000000000000.
Aug  6 11:28:29 Speedy-OSX kernel[0]: Ethernet [IntelMausi]: desc[962]: lower=0xaf100308, upper=0x00000300, addr=0x000000000bf62000, mbuf=0xffffff81e03bbb00.
Aug  6 11:28:29 Speedy-OSX kernel[0]: Ethernet [IntelMausi]: desc[963]: lower=0x27000b50, upper=0x05a84200, addr=0x000032220021180e, mbuf=0x0000000000000000.
Aug  6 11:28:29 Speedy-OSX kernel[0]: Ethernet [IntelMausi]: desc[964]: lower=0x26100042, upper=0x00000300, addr=0x000000000c0a67a2, mbuf=0x0000000000000000.
Aug  6 11:28:29 Speedy-OSX kernel[0]: Ethernet [IntelMausi]: desc[965]: lower=0x261004f8, upper=0x00000300, addr=0x000000000bf62308, mbuf=0x0000000000000000.
Aug  6 11:28:29 Speedy-OSX kernel[0]: Ethernet [IntelMausi]: desc[966]: lower=0xaf100658, upper=0x00000300, addr=0x000000000be7e000, mbuf=0xffffff81e009a700.
Aug  6 11:28:29 Speedy-OSX kernel[0]: Ethernet [IntelMausi]: desc[967]: lower=0x27000b50, upper=0x05a84200, addr=0x000032220021180e, mbuf=0x0000000000000000.
Aug  6 11:28:29 Speedy-OSX kernel[0]: Ethernet [IntelMausi]: desc[968]: lower=0x26100042, upper=0x00000300, addr=0x000000000c06fda2, mbuf=0x0000000000000000.
Aug  6 11:28:29 Speedy-OSX kernel[0]: Ethernet [IntelMausi]: desc[969]: lower=0x261001a8, upper=0x00000300, addr=0x000000000be7e658, mbuf=0x0000000000000000.
Aug  6 11:28:29 Speedy-OSX kernel[0]: Ethernet [IntelMausi]: desc[970]: lower=0x26100800, upper=0x00000300, addr=0x000000000beac800, mbuf=0x0000000000000000.
Aug  6 11:28:29 Speedy-OSX kernel[0]: Ethernet [IntelMausi]: desc[971]: lower=0xaf1001a8, upper=0x00000300, addr=0x000000000bf51000, mbuf=0xffffff81e0063d00.
Aug  6 11:28:29 Speedy-OSX kernel[0]: Ethernet [IntelMausi]: packet size=2962, header size=66.
Aug  6 11:28:29 Speedy-OSX kernel[0]: Ethernet [IntelMausi]: MAC-header:  0xe2 0x69 0x95 0x77 0xfe 0x56 0xe0 0x69 0x95 0x9a 0x69 0xa2 0x08 0x00
Aug  6 11:28:29 Speedy-OSX kernel[0]: Ethernet [IntelMausi]: IP-header:  0x45 0x00 0x00 0x00 0x12 0x45 0x40 0x00 0x40 0x06 0x00 0x00 0xc0 0xa8 0x00 0x7f 0xc0 0xa8 0x00 0x63
Aug  6 11:28:29 Speedy-OSX kernel[0]: Ethernet [IntelMausi]: TCP-Header / Data:  0xf1 0x96 0x01 0xbd 0x47 0xa2 0x78 0x47 0x78 0x9a 0xa2 0xee 0x80 0x10 0x10 0x00 0x82 0x39 0x00 0x00 0x01 0x01 0x08 0x0a 0x37 0x2f 0xd2 0x91 0x00 0x4b 0x02 0x0c 0x1f 0x73 0x57 0xdd 0xdb 0xd2 0x2d 0xb1 0x2f 0x43 0x25 0x41 0xbc 0xe5 0x4e 0x39 0x74 0x4c 0xed 0xf0 0xc6 0x5f 0x25 0xdc 0xeb 0x83 0x75 0x43 0x4c 0x1b 0x23 0x5b 0x25 0x5a
Aug  6 11:28:29 Speedy-OSX kernel[0]: Ethernet [IntelMausi]: Link down on en0
Aug  6 11:28:32 Speedy-OSX kernel[0]: Ethernet [IntelMausi]: Link up on en0, 1-Gigabit, Full-duplex, Rx/Tx flow-control
Aug  6 11:29:46 Speedy-OSX kernel[0]: Ethernet [IntelMausi]: Tx stalled? Resetting chipset. txDirtyDescIndex=500, STATUS=0x40080083, TCTL=0x3103f0fa.
Aug  6 11:29:46 Speedy-OSX kernel[0]: Ethernet [IntelMausi]: desc[480]: lower=0x26100800, upper=0x00000300, addr=0x000000000be10800, mbuf=0x0000000000000000.
Aug  6 11:29:46 Speedy-OSX kernel[0]: Ethernet [IntelMausi]: desc[481]: lower=0x26100800, upper=0x00000300, addr=0x000000000bd87000, mbuf=0x0000000000000000.
Aug  6 11:29:46 Speedy-OSX kernel[0]: Ethernet [IntelMausi]: desc[482]: lower=0x26100800, upper=0x00000300, addr=0x000000000c039000, mbuf=0x0000000000000000.
Aug  6 11:29:46 Speedy-OSX kernel[0]: Ethernet [IntelMausi]: desc[483]: lower=0x26100800, upper=0x00000300, addr=0x000000000bf8d800, mbuf=0x0000000000000000.
Aug  6 11:29:46 Speedy-OSX kernel[0]: Ethernet [IntelMausi]: desc[484]: lower=0x26100800, upper=0x00000300, addr=0x000000000bd6f800, mbuf=0x0000000000000000.
Aug  6 11:29:46 Speedy-OSX kernel[0]: Ethernet [IntelMausi]: desc[485]: lower=0x26100800, upper=0x00000300, addr=0x000000000beaa000, mbuf=0x0000000000000000.
Aug  6 11:29:46 Speedy-OSX kernel[0]: Ethernet [IntelMausi]: desc[486]: lower=0x26100800, upper=0x00000300, addr=0x000000000be67800, mbuf=0x0000000000000000.
Aug  6 11:29:46 Speedy-OSX kernel[0]: Ethernet [IntelMausi]: desc[487]: lower=0x26100800, upper=0x00000300, addr=0x000000000be0f800, mbuf=0x0000000000000000.
Aug  6 11:29:46 Speedy-OSX kernel[0]: Ethernet [IntelMausi]: desc[488]: lower=0x26100800, upper=0x00000300, addr=0x000000000c042800, mbuf=0x0000000000000000.
Aug  6 11:29:46 Speedy-OSX kernel[0]: Ethernet [IntelMausi]: desc[489]: lower=0x26100800, upper=0x00000300, addr=0x000000000bfe4000, mbuf=0x0000000000000000.
Aug  6 11:29:46 Speedy-OSX kernel[0]: Ethernet [IntelMausi]: desc[490]: lower=0x26100800, upper=0x00000300, addr=0x000000000bf73000, mbuf=0x0000000000000000.
Aug  6 11:29:46 Speedy-OSX kernel[0]: Ethernet [IntelMausi]: desc[491]: lower=0xaf100420, upper=0x00000301, addr=0x000000000bde8000, mbuf=0x0000000000000000.
Aug  6 11:29:46 Speedy-OSX kernel[0]: Ethernet [IntelMausi]: desc[492]: lower=0x27000b50, upper=0x05a84200, addr=0x000032220021180e, mbuf=0x0000000000000000.
Aug  6 11:29:46 Speedy-OSX kernel[0]: Ethernet [IntelMausi]: desc[493]: lower=0x26100042, upper=0x00000300, addr=0x000000000c080ca2, mbuf=0x0000000000000000.
Aug  6 11:29:46 Speedy-OSX kernel[0]: Ethernet [IntelMausi]: desc[494]: lower=0x26100398, upper=0x00000300, addr=0x000000000bde8468, mbuf=0x0000000000000000.
Aug  6 11:29:46 Speedy-OSX kernel[0]: Ethernet [IntelMausi]: desc[495]: lower=0xaf1007a0, upper=0x00000301, addr=0x000000000bdc2000, mbuf=0x0000000000000000.
Aug  6 11:29:46 Speedy-OSX kernel[0]: Ethernet [IntelMausi]: desc[496]: lower=0x27000b50, upper=0x05a84200, addr=0x000032220021180e, mbuf=0x0000000000000000.
Aug  6 11:29:46 Speedy-OSX kernel[0]: Ethernet [IntelMausi]: desc[497]: lower=0x26100042, upper=0x00000300, addr=0x000000000c0810a2, mbuf=0x0000000000000000.
Aug  6 11:29:46 Speedy-OSX kernel[0]: Ethernet [IntelMausi]: desc[498]: lower=0x26100048, upper=0x00000300, addr=0x000000000bdc27b8, mbuf=0x0000000000000000.
Aug  6 11:29:46 Speedy-OSX kernel[0]: Ethernet [IntelMausi]: desc[499]: lower=0x26100800, upper=0x00000300, addr=0x000000000bf83800, mbuf=0x0000000000000000.
Aug  6 11:29:46 Speedy-OSX kernel[0]: Ethernet [IntelMausi]: desc[500]: lower=0xaf100308, upper=0x00000300, addr=0x000000000bed8000, mbuf=0xffffff81e0075000.
Aug  6 11:29:46 Speedy-OSX kernel[0]: Ethernet [IntelMausi]: desc[501]: lower=0x27000b50, upper=0x05a84200, addr=0x000032220021180e, mbuf=0x0000000000000000.
Aug  6 11:29:46 Speedy-OSX kernel[0]: Ethernet [IntelMausi]: desc[502]: lower=0x26100042, upper=0x00000300, addr=0x000000000bedaba2, mbuf=0x0000000000000000.
Aug  6 11:29:46 Speedy-OSX kernel[0]: Ethernet [IntelMausi]: desc[503]: lower=0x261004f8, upper=0x00000300, addr=0x000000000bed8308, mbuf=0x0000000000000000.
Aug  6 11:29:46 Speedy-OSX kernel[0]: Ethernet [IntelMausi]: desc[504]: lower=0xaf100658, upper=0x00000300, addr=0x000000000be6a800, mbuf=0xffffff81e0316b00.
Aug  6 11:29:46 Speedy-OSX kernel[0]: Ethernet [IntelMausi]: desc[505]: lower=0x27000b50, upper=0x05a84200, addr=0x000032220021180e, mbuf=0x0000000000000000.
Aug  6 11:29:46 Speedy-OSX kernel[0]: Ethernet [IntelMausi]: desc[506]: lower=0x26100042, upper=0x00000300, addr=0x000000000c0d86a2, mbuf=0x0000000000000000.
Aug  6 11:29:46 Speedy-OSX kernel[0]: Ethernet [IntelMausi]: desc[507]: lower=0x261001a8, upper=0x00000300, addr=0x000000000be6ae58, mbuf=0x0000000000000000.
Aug  6 11:29:46 Speedy-OSX kernel[0]: Ethernet [IntelMausi]: desc[508]: lower=0x26100800, upper=0x00000300, addr=0x000000000bd9d800, mbuf=0x0000000000000000.
Aug  6 11:29:46 Speedy-OSX kernel[0]: Ethernet [IntelMausi]: desc[509]: lower=0xaf1001a8, upper=0x00000300, addr=0x000000000bf4e000, mbuf=0xffffff81e00cc600.
Aug  6 11:29:46 Speedy-OSX kernel[0]: Ethernet [IntelMausi]: packet size=2962, header size=66.
Aug  6 11:29:46 Speedy-OSX kernel[0]: Ethernet [IntelMausi]: MAC-header:  0xe2 0x69 0x95 0x77 0xfe 0x56 0xe0 0x69 0x95 0x9a 0x69 0xa2 0x08 0x00
Aug  6 11:29:46 Speedy-OSX kernel[0]: Ethernet [IntelMausi]: IP-header:  0x45 0x00 0x00 0x00 0x94 0xee 0x40 0x00 0x40 0x06 0x00 0x00 0xc0 0xa8 0x00 0x7f 0xc0 0xa8 0x00 0x63
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Aug  6 11:29:50 Speedy-OSX kernel[0]: Ethernet [IntelMausi]: Link up on en0, 1-Gigabit, Full-duplex, Rx/Tx flow-control
I'm using kexts built with latest Xcode from your github repo.

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@RehabMan: First of all, check your BIOS settings and make sure that there is nothing enabled which might interfere with the driver. Second, send me your DSDT. Some boards need a DSDT patch for the driver to work stable because power management functions shut down the NIC randomly producing this issue.

 

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@d_lind: Looks like you're not interested in cooperation. As far as I'm concerned the matter is history.  :angry:

 

Mieze

 

I am very sorry for my late answer. I have had a lot of work lately and not been able to do stuff with my hackintosh. But last time I was trying with your kexts I got these logs:

 

https://www.dropbox.com/sh/539mivngln0l7kj/AADpo4Cmr4N0EXDIJRCIH4j2a?dl=0

 

Hope thats wome help for you.

 

/Daniel

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@RehabMan: First of all, check your BIOS settings and make sure that there is nothing enabled which might interfere with the driver. Second, send me your DSDT. Some boards need a DSDT patch for the driver to work stable because power management functions shut down the NIC randomly producing this issue.

 

Mieze

I only see it happen with large file copies, so seems unlikely to be PM related.

 

My DSDT and the patches I use are here: https://github.com/RehabMan/Intel-DH67XX-DSDT-Patch

 

There are no BIOS settings related to the NIC (this board is old and for a desktop board, the settings available are quite limited).

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I only see it happen with large file copies, so seems unlikely to be PM related.

 

It seems we can add another board to the list of those which need DSDT patches. Change

            Scope (GBE)
            {
                Method (_PRW, 0, NotSerialized)
                {
                    Return (GPRW (0x0D, 0x04))
                }

                OperationRegion (AAAA, PCI_Config, 0xCD, One)
                Field (AAAA, ByteAcc, NoLock, Preserve)
                {
                        ,   7, 
                    GBES,   1
                }
            }

into

            Scope (GBE)
            {
                Method (_PRW, 0, NotSerialized)
                {
                    Return (GPRW (0x0D, 0x04))
                }
            }

and

If (^^GBE.GBES) {}
Else
{
    Notify (PWRB, 0x02)
}

into

Notify (PWRB, 0x02)

as well as

    Scope (_GPE)
    {
        Method (_L0D, 0, NotSerialized)
        {
            If (\_SB.PCI0.GBE.GBES)
            {
                Notify (\_SB.PCI0.GBE, 0x02)
            }
            Else
            {
                Notify (\_SB.PCI0.USBE, 0x02)
                Notify (\_SB.PCI0.EUSB, 0x02)
                Notify (\_SB.PWRB, 0x02)
            }
        }
    }

into

    Scope (_GPE)
    {
        Method (_L0D, 0, NotSerialized)
        {
            Notify (\_SB.PCI0.USBE, 0x02)
            Notify (\_SB.PCI0.EUSB, 0x02)
            Notify (\_SB.PCI0.GBE, 0x02)
            Notify (\_SB.PWRB, 0x02)
        }
    }

Mieze

I am very sorry for my late answer. I have had a lot of work lately and not been able to do stuff with my hackintosh. But last time I was trying with your kexts I got these logs:

 

https://www.dropbox.com/sh/539mivngln0l7kj/AADpo4Cmr4N0EXDIJRCIH4j2a?dl=0

 

Hope thats wome help for you.

 

Yes, it helps as there is no message of the driver in these logs making it easy to track down the error: PEBKAC.

 

Mieze

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Oh sorry!

 

I remember I had problems where I had lines in the verbose mode about the mausi ethernet kext and got stuck there. Will try to re-create that error and send that to you asap (asap is probably on sunday since I'm working 24/7 until then).

 

/Daniel

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It seems we can add another board to the list of those which need DSDT patches. Change

...

So the gist of the change is ignore GBES==0 in PCI_Config and Notify(GBE) in all cases.

 

I'll do some testing with ACPIDebug to find out if this code is even called...

 

So far... this code is not executing... but, of course, now I can't reproduce the problem. So, we'll have to wait until it shows up again.

 

[edit]

 

Note: This GBES is PMES (bit 15 of PMCS register at 0xCC in PCI config space). It is used to indicate wake caused by the GBE device.

 

Managed to reproduce the problem (it is intermittent)...

 

But my debug code never executed... I don't think changing code that is not executing will change anything.

 

In SWAK:

...
                                    If (RIST) {}
                                    Else
                                    {
                                        \RMDT.P2 ("SWAK testing GBES", ^^GBE.GBES)
                                        If (^^GBE.GBES) {}
                                        Else
                                        {
                                            Notify (PWRB, 0x02)
                                        }
                                    }
...
        Method (_L0D, 0, NotSerialized)
        {
            \RMDT.P2 ("_L0D testing GBES", \_SB.PCI0.GBE.GBES)
            If (\_SB.PCI0.GBE.GBES)
...
But no output from any of these traces...

 

I know ACPIDebug is working, due to this code:

        Scope (PCI0)
        {
            Method (_INI, 0, NotSerialized)
            {
                \RMDT.P2 ("_SB.PCI0.INI: _OS is", _OS)
            }
        }
.. The output of which I always find hilarious:

Aug  6 15:57:37 localhost kernel[0]: ACPIDebug: { "_SB.PCI0.INI: _OS is", "Microsoft Windows NT", }
I'll keep looking for some other cause, but leave this debug code enabled...

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So the gist of the change is ignore GBES==0 in PCI_Config and Notify(GBE) in all cases.

 

I'll do some testing with ACPIDebug to find out if this code is even called...

 

So far... this code is not executing... but, of course, now I can't reproduce the problem. So, we'll have to wait until it shows up again.

 

Franky, I don't understand exactly what is happening but I experienced the same problem with my Asrock H97M-Pro4 and tarasis reported the same issue with his Asus Z97-A while an Asrock B85M-Pro4, which doesn't have these strange lines of code in its DSDT, is working fine. The DSDT patch resolved it.

 

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Franky, I don't understand exactly what is happening but I experienced the same problem with my Asrock H97M-Pro4 and tarasis reported the same issue with his Asus Z97-A while an Asrock B85M-Pro4, which doesn't have these strange lines of code in its DSDT, is working fine. The DSDT patch resolved it.

 

Mieze

Intermittent problems can sometimes trick you regarding true cause/effect.

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Intermittent problems can sometimes trick you regarding true cause/effect.

 

Before I patched the DSDT, it happened several times a day. After I applied the patch, that was about mid-April, I haven't had a single issue with the driver.

 

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Before I patched the DSDT, it happened several times a day. After I applied the patch, that was about mid-April, I haven't had a single issue with the driver.

 

Mieze

I'll be glad to patch it once I can verify that the code proposed to be changed is executing.

 

Changing code that doesn't execute cannot make a difference in the result.

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I can attest that the DSDT patch works. Before the patch I had multiple problems per day, after the patch it's been rock solid (other than once when I changed something in the bios/ added a drive and that meant I needed to redo the DSDT and apply the patch again)

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I can attest that the DSDT patch works. Before the patch I had multiple problems per day, after the patch it's been rock solid (other than once when I changed something in the bios/ added a drive and that meant I needed to redo the DSDT and apply the patch again)

I'll test it even though it doesn't make any sense.

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I'll test it even though it doesn't make any sense.

 

 

In case it doesn't help, check the BIOS again. Sometimes solutions are hard to find but my experience tells me that there must be some "backseat driver" at work which interferes with IntelMausiEthernet. If it isn't in the DSDT (don't forget to check the SSDT's too) it must be in the BIOS, although it might be hidden, for example in the boot settings (network boot), a LAN option ROM, power management or any management technology related settings because the ME is tightly coupled with the NIC.

 

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In case it doesn't help, check the BIOS again. Sometimes solutions are hard to find but my experience tells me that there must be some "backseat driver" at work which interferes with IntelMausiEthernet. If it isn't in the DSDT (don't forget to check the SSDT's too) it must be in the BIOS, although it might be hidden, for example in the boot settings (network boot), a LAN option ROM, power management or any management technology related settings because the ME is tightly coupled with the NIC.

 

Mieze

Problem is now I can't reproduce it (no matter which DSDT I'm using).

 

At the time it was happening, I now realize I was causing some pretty heavy network traffic from some other machines (to the server) on my network. I'm in the process of updating to Win10, and before/after I create an (incremental) image backup using WHS capabilities. Trying to repro now doesn't happen probably due to the data already on the server (it does data de-duplication).

 

It is possible the heavy network traffic is too much for my consumer grade networking hardware.

 

I'll see if I can come up with some other way to cause similar network traffic...

 

Edit...

 

Just as a write this, I managed to reproduce the problem (still doing backups and testing simultaneously ... it must have found some unique data to send)

 

This time it happened with my DSDT patched to rid of GBES declarations/tests as you described.

 

So, as I predicted, the DSDT is not the problem. I'll keep looking, but given that it only happens in a relatively rare heavy traffic scenario, I'm not as worried about it.

 

I'll test on 10.11 next...

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      You might not be using a fancy Apple branded keyboard. If you use a PC keyboard, you might be annoyed by the differing layout and usage of keys. As a German, you might find yourself quitting applications, since alt gr + Q won't add an @, but quit your current application. To fix this, you can simply install a different keyboard layout. Copy it to /Library/Keyboard Layouts/ and chose the layout in System Preferences, Keyboard in the section "Other". Deleting the previously selecting layout makes sure that only this one is used. Nice little trick.
       
      A keyboard layout for German keyboards is attached and works wonders
       
      3. Updating
      Updating inside 10.3.x/ 10.4.x point updates doesn't require much attention:
      Download the update from the AppStore as any Mac would do Allow the system to reboot Before booting MacOS with Clover, make sure to disable extra drivers for dGPUs which require non-native support. If using an Nvidia dGPU: Remove "nvda_drv=1"  from your boot arguments and disable Nvidia injection If using a non natively supported AMD card, do the same for AMD (I'm not using AMD, thus I cannot be specific) Boot into the newly created Install MacOS partition Repeat this process until the Install partition is gone Boot MacOS again, still following 3., and potentially install updated drivers Your Audio might require re-patching  
      4. ToDo
      Move away from static DSDT patching to SSDT hotpatching --> requires my work Native NVRAM --> requires developer work Audio without AppleHDA patching --> requires developer work  
      5. Thanks to
      @MaLd0nfor helping finding the right way with the DSDT
      @RehabMan, for being a legend and helping me out patching
      @toleda, for audio patches for the 300 series
      /u/corpnewt, for his superb vanilla guide
      @wmchris for his super XPS 9550 guide and introducing me to hot-patching
      @Panzerschiffe for his addition to this guide
      all the developers of clover and it's awesomeness
       
      SSDT-UIAC.aml
       
       
       
      win-germany.keylayout
       
    • By PixelLover
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