If this worked on XS7. I’ll be happy to do it if pointed to right source package. Hehe I was going to reply this unread one but something came up and it got skipped later. Zero hassle; zero issues. Reply Quote 0 1 Reply Last reply. What details do you need?
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There is another directory in the Source which has following src rpms. Reply Reply as topic. Reply Quote 0 1 Reply Last reply. Attempting to upgrade to Xen 7.
I had been hoping to try a fresh build of the driver as above, but have neither the build environment nor knowledge to do that! Hardware is rev 10 apparently and they identify within the OS as.
CONFIG_BNX2X: Broadcom NetXtremeII 10Gb support
Thank you for all your kind and fast replies. Eager to see the RPMs here. Reply Quote 0 T. Reply Quote 1 1 Reply Last reply. What details do you need?
Linux source code: drivers/net/ethernet/broadcom/bnx2x/bnx2x_main.c (v) – Bootlin
I can only assume there’s a fix to be had somewhere but we’ve not got the time to keep experimenting in the hope something eventually results in a previously working system resuming working!
I’d like to help. Hardware is rev 10 apparently and they identify within the OS as Ethernet controller: Hehe I was going to reply this unread one but something came up and it got skipped later. First of thank you for your hard work and patience.
Bnz2x a result, your viewing experience will be diminished, and you may not be able to execute some actions. Current DDK version on Citrix. Generally, the process is straightforward as mentioned by stormi but in this case the sources are too many to identify the right one.
If it’s just a matter of using a newer version, I’d try to identify which package in 7. Oddly most of the reported issues seem to concern this version?
Bnxx2x be happy to do it if pointed to right source package. Is this the one you are looking for? Instead of blaming the hardware which came with the popular server – and which worked flawlessly until now, means with XenServer 7.
Dell just published the latest Qlogic network drivers for Linux – sources and binaries – in June We attempted to update the driver further bnx2c the appropriate Citrix driver disks along with attempting firmware rollbacks to see if that was the problem. What are the steps required to make sure not only I build the drivers for my personal use, but the updated driver sources are part of future XCP-ng builds? If it helps anyone else, we bought the Intel cards from here: I think r1 is the man for asking this stuff.
If this brozdcom on XS7.
I do still have access to XS7.