The dmesg output for this working kernel is attached also, because maybe it might help you to sort out what’s different from one kernel to the other. Brad Figg brad-figg wrote on I tested the issue with kernel 2. Perhaps related to the AMD platform. It happened to me as well on Proliant gent 9 Ubuntu Thank you for your understanding.
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If the mainline kernel does not fix this bug, please add the tag: EEE is disabled [ Will collect logs to report brozdcom properly soon, in a few hours.
Here’s the kernel  to try. Home directory not accessible: Download full text 6.
With the patch above, the two versions always work correctly. Bug tg3 Edit But as soon as I test it, I’ll let you know about the results.
CONFIG_TIGON3: Broadcom Tigon3 support
I, however, will consider testing with kernel 4. Joseph Salisbury jsalisbury wrote on Guy, Broadcom has a new patch  that need to test. Roger Techima techima wrote on Will send the details later or tomorrowas soon as I get back to my computer.
Take a deeper look, I don’t think  will help the situation. I am having the issue as well on kernel 4. Event logged [ [ Not even a single crash was observed. Hi, I am running on bit system.
Got broadcmo more than a big headache.
What does “Tigon3” mean?
It would be great if someone else could try it too. We tried this same version yesterday and the bug was still present. Lauri, I’ve pumped over 1. I noticed that in gigabit seems to work, but it seems I did not test for enough time. Status in linux package in Ubuntu: Hi guys, A little review about the new bios 2. The tg3 module crashes in a few seconds right after opening the user session e.
[ubuntu] Broadcom NetXtreme BCM not working
Triaged Status in linux package in Debian: You need to log in to change this bug’s status. Would you like me to test any other patch? Please check it out:. None, the status of the bug is updated manually. This way, a boot may work sometimes, maybe due to default values not being set by the kernel module tg3 and being set by pxe code, if it executed before Linux is loaded.
Can you please confirm I should open it? Actually it looked worse, because the machine crashed faster maybe was just an impression.