Re: [nslu2-linux] Re: Kernel Error Message -- Using Unslung
- This is what you said tonymy01
> --- In firstname.lastname@example.org, Rod Whitby <rod@...> wrote:I have since moved over to SlugOS/BE. My errors were due to running SNMP and
>> Scott Ruckh wrote:
>> > I am running the latest Unslung firmware (Unslung 6.8 Beta) on my
>> > I have been keeping the installed packages fairly up to date. I
> am runing
>> > mt-dappd, ccxstream, lighttpd, and OpenSSH.
>> > Everything was working fine for quite some time.
>> > Recently I noticed the following kernel errors which are being
>> > all the time:
>> > ixp425_eth: Error reading MII reg x on phy 0
>> > where "x" in "reg x" equals a number between 0 and 7.
>> > I believe this is causing some problems as I have been having
>> > issues with the NSLU2 the past few days.
>> > Does anyone else have this issue, and have any solutions? Any
> ideas where
>> > I can begin to look?
>> Since we don't change the kernel or modules in our Unslung releases,
>> then this can only be something with your hardware, your ethernet
>> cables, or the box at the other end of the ethernet cable.
> I am now getting this too, since installing nfs-utils. It seems
> that the install of portmap (which nfs-utils depends on) causes this,
> but I am not 100% sure just yet. I just googled this error and
> found this yahoo thread...
having ZenOS doing SNMP probes on the SLUG. Since loading SlugOS/BE I have
not installed SNMP or syslog-ng, so if these errors are occurring, they are
not as visible as they were before.