What is the network configuration for the window XP box? How the network in
the host machine configured like how many NICs, and IP assignment to
vserver/ the kvm etc..
Instead of rebooting if your NIC driver is loaded as module, did you try to
unload/reload it and see if problem disappear?
I got some network problems before with stock kernel 126.96.36.199 something
(from kernel.org and with vserver patch) in some cases - esp. multiple
nics/networks gateway setup. I swtich to 188.8.131.52 and no problem so far.
Did you see anything in the dmesg log? Something abt warn slow path in
On Fri, Mar 9, 2012 at 11:43 PM, Roman Pretory <
> I have in the moment curious networktroubles
> The system is a Centos 6.2 fully updated.
> Kernel and Utils are from rpm.hozac.com
> on this server is running a Vserver Centos 5 with samba und a qemu with
> windows xp
> It's running without any troubles 1 Month or so now,
> normaly I have 60Mbit by samba file copy.
> if the server is resarted it begin after 2 hourers or a days later that
> they have errors in the connection.
> in this time I have only 128kbit by file copy and the ping to the server is
> on gbLan over 90ms.
> The strange is that the virtuell xp have no troubles, all is running fine,
> if I stop all virtual servers the ping to the hostsystem makes no change,
> only reboot bring back normal status.
> I have looked in top, netstat, logs nothing, also stopping alles
> unnesessary service make no change..
> so I have change the networkcard from an intel Destopadapter to a realtech,
> the result is that the troubles came faster back.
> The last idea I have is that the motherboard is overclocking the pci bus..
> and i have to change to a pci-e card
> if anyone have an better idea for me I would be happy.
-- Steve KieuReceived on Fri Mar 9 21:36:40 2012