afcasta at satx.rr.com
Tue Jan 1 12:52:49 CST 2013
Has anyone done a presentation on port bonding yet? I've been working
through a few issues with Intel NICs on /dev/eth0 and /dev/eth1 being
slaved to /dev/bond0 and could share my results. Note this is a RHEL
environment  I've been running, and I'm not sure if it would work the
same on Debian and/or Ubuntu and their derivatives. While some of the
port bonding issues were solved by going from RHEL 5.5 to 6.3, I still
had to rpmbuild new packages on a few machines using Intel sources .
I could bring my scientific linux 6.3 laptop with examples if there's an
LCD projector available.
 RHEL in production and Scientific Linux in development
 using rpmbuild -tb e1000e-2.1.4.tar.gz since it came out, but I had
good luck with the sources in e1000e.126.96.36.199.tar.gz in early 2012.
Al Castanoli, founding SATLUG member, but I haven't given a presentation
at a regular meeting since we were meeting in the Cisco offices courtesy
of then SATLUG president Miguel Figueroa.
On Tue, 2013-01-01 at 08:47 -0500, Nathan Oxhandler wrote:
> Hope everyone has had a good holiday so far.
> Here is a list of what we have for the first few months. If you have a presentation you would like to do please let us know.
> Thursday, Jan 10: Hardware Driver Problems , an open discussion
> What problems have you had and how did you solve them.
> What problems do you now have and need help in solving them.
> Wednesday, Feb 13: Our open source Calendar Project.
> Define our goals.
> Choose a program language.
> Ask for volunteers to head up specific areas of the project.
> Thursday, Mar 14: [Open, no topic yet]
> Help, do your presentation here!
> Wednesday, Apr 10: Open Source Calendar Project
> What has been done so far.
> What problems need to be worked out to continue.
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