eth1: Detected Hardware Unit Hang


PR.

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Hi,

 

In the last week or so I've started getting more and more of these errors popping up

Jun 19 11:55:14 AVENTINE kernel: e1000e 0000:00:1f.6 eth1: Detected Hardware Unit Hang:
Jun 19 11:55:14 AVENTINE kernel:  TDH                  <84>
Jun 19 11:55:14 AVENTINE kernel:  TDT                  <d5>
Jun 19 11:55:14 AVENTINE kernel:  next_to_use          <d5>
Jun 19 11:55:14 AVENTINE kernel:  next_to_clean        <83>
Jun 19 11:55:14 AVENTINE kernel: buffer_info[next_to_clean]:
Jun 19 11:55:14 AVENTINE kernel:  time_stamp           <109a7a8dd>
Jun 19 11:55:14 AVENTINE kernel:  next_to_watch        <84>
Jun 19 11:55:14 AVENTINE kernel:  jiffies              <109a7c080>
Jun 19 11:55:14 AVENTINE kernel:  next_to_watch.status <0>
Jun 19 11:55:14 AVENTINE kernel: MAC Status             <40080083>
Jun 19 11:55:14 AVENTINE kernel: PHY Status             <796d>
Jun 19 11:55:14 AVENTINE kernel: PHY 1000BASE-T Status  <3c00>
Jun 19 11:55:14 AVENTINE kernel: PHY Extended Status    <3000>
Jun 19 11:55:14 AVENTINE kernel: PCI Status             <10>

My unRAID server has 2 NICs in it and it's only ever this adapter that plays up. This particular adapter hosts my Pi-Hole docker and VMs. Occasionally it will just happen a few times and stop however earlier this week it started looping over and over until I rebooted the server, even simply pulling the cable out the NIC didn't stop it. While it's happening Pi-Hole and the VMs drop off the network as you can imagine.

 

Thanks

aventine-diagnostics-20200619-1200.zip

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