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  1. as promised, i have update. the new fan is zip tied to my nic. temp has dropped from 104 deg C at idle to a very acceptable 64 deg C under load. no dropped connections as yet with about an hour and a half uptime. looks promising.
  2. update. the new fan is zip tied to my nic. temp has dropped from 104 deg C at idle to a very acceptable 64 deg C under load. no dropped connections as yet with about an hour and a half uptime. looks promising. one small observation though, I'm maxing out at about 900MB/s whereas prior to the update I was running a full 1.04GB/s. a win is a win though.
  3. hi mate thanks for taking the time to reply to my post, take a look at cpu temp app if you have it and see what temperature your nic is running at. I have stumbled across what appears to be a card overheating issue, my 10gbe nic was running at 104 deg C which is over the threshold where it automatically shuts off the network connection. it appears from another o/s forum that previous versions of the drivers may have not had visibility of this and would quite happily let the card run at silly temps, the new linux kernel may have updated the driver to a more recent one in which temperature contr
  4. I think I may have stumbled on something whilst playing about with my new cpu. whilst looking through the system temp plugin I noticed that my qlc nic temp was 104 deg C. I have never seen this in system temp before although I have never looked but I'm sure that for some reason the update has now made that a thing and is disabling the card after a while due to over temp. I have read that this will only reset on restart which also lines up with what I have. I have made no hardware changes with the update from beta to stable so I can only deduce its a driver update within the kernel causing this
  5. Is anyone able to tell if the new Linux kernel has deprecated support for my card? I have seen a number of issues as a result of upgrading to rc2 is this when the kernel was updated? I'm literally at a loss with this and the only solution appears to be replacing my card with a newer mellanox model. I have had to revert my network to the onboard 1gbit as its the only way I can reliably maintain functionality of my plex server. Its been rock solid since.
  6. Since upgrading from beta 25 to 6.9.0 (now 6.9.1) I have had my hp nc523sfp network card continually drop out. Initially it appeared there was no rhyme or reason but now its consistently doing it approximately 30 minutes after restarting my server. Card works fine in the mean time. Unfortunately it has rendered my server useless at its primary role. It appears that the card is timing out for some reason and is unable to be restarted. Any ideas? tower-diagnostics-20210311-1344.zip