Google found this page, our call with VMware didnt help at all! You can verify this issue by unloading and reloading the tg3 driver by running these commands: Am installing it now. RSS was enabled by mistake. This has an advantage over unloading and re-loading the driver because this only affects a specific NIC at a time and not all NICs using the tg3 driver.
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Post was not sent – check your email addresses! The issue is resolved with the release of a new async i. Broadcom was able to produce the issue on Linux boxes and are now testing on Windows boxes.
Is there an updated driver for this issue? This has an advantage over unloading and re-loading the driver because this only affects a specific NIC at a time and not all NICs using the tg3 driver. Note also that the inbox VMware tg3 driver version 3.
This issue is resolved by updating the Broadcom driver: I talked to a VMware tech a 2 days ago and he said Broadcom updated the ticket that VMware has with them about this issue. One was running ESXi 5. Erik Bussink ErikBussink says: Expand VMkernel in the list and click Boot. broacdom
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To work around this issue without upgrading the network driver, disable the NetQueue feature. Google found this page, our call with VMware didnt help at bmware English Japanese Chinese Simplified.
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Email required Address never made public. Thank you for your sharing. To revert the change or to enable NetQueue for the tg3 driver, run this command: Have sent the logs to Broadcom, hope they find something useful in them.
Scroll down to the setting named VMkernel. View the contents of the esx.
Was quite hard to find the download for this. I raised 2 cases with VMware support and spent 57200 on the phone working through this being told it was our network even after actually showing them the data was being sent across the link. For 10 GB network adapters connecting to a 1 GB switch, the switch interface should be left to auto negotiate. It was also recommended that we can use beacon probing on the vswitches as a way to failover to other when the pNIC stops passing traffic to the network.
Two servers have experienced this issue. The issue I have is that NO data goes over the link. Will be interesting to see when Broadcom will finally release a fix.
Am installing it now. I had this same issue with HP Gen8 servers using the s. Vmwrae article did not resolve my issue. Click the host in vCenter Server.
Run these commands to reset vmnic1 in this example:. Notify me of new comments via email.