[Etherlab-users] [etherlab-users] Compatibility with kernel 5.x
Kivel Niko (PSI)
niko.kivel at psi.ch
Mon Feb 22 08:01:27 CET 2021
Did you by any chance also make the 'igb' driver work with 5.4? I noticed a memory leak in 3.10 and also in 4.19. I recall there was discussion about this year ago, but lost track of it.
Paul Scherrer Institute
Dr. Niko Kivel
5232 Villigen PSI
phone: +41 56 310 2226
email: niko.kivel at psi.ch
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Subject: Re: [Etherlab-users] [etherlab-users] Compatibility with kernel 5.x
did you do any further upgrades?
Do you run the master in kernel or user mode?
What exactly was the cause of the problem?
On 6/19/20 2:44 PM, Joye Laurent wrote:
> I found and fixed my problem!
> It was a kernel configuration failure.
> My system is also working fine with a kernel 5.4.
> So sorry for this disturbance !!
> On Fri, 2020-06-19 at 08:57 +0000, Joye Laurent wrote:
>> I'm using the Etherlab master with the patches from Gavin Lambert
>> (changeset 33b922ec1871
>> with a kernel 4.19. It's work like a charm!
>> I have to upgrade my system
>> to fix the Y2038 problem. That's why I
>> need to upgrade to the Linux kernel 5.4.
>> But Since I boot my system with the kernel 5.4, the EtherCAT master
>> doesn't found anymore slaves. There are no announced error.
>> Did anybody already made some experiences with a Linux kernel > 5?
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