j have installed a Linux 6.2 on a computer server with 2 network card. Unfortunetely all the both card use the same IRQ 11 than only the first launched(used when the system is started) card run correctely the second don't work at all.
Please can you give me a way to change the IRQ for one of this card ?
Or if you have another tip please come on ?
It depends on the exact network card that you have. Some can be configured at boot time via command line parameters, or by arguments to insmod. Some have dos utilities that can set/change IRQ's. (boot to dos, run utility, use loadlin to boot linux). There should be a howto on http://www.linuxdocs.org that deals with network hardware, that may provide some assistance.
If you dont know the card type, how do you know what driver to use? You need to determine the card type so that you can load the appropriate driver, either as a module, or built directly into the kernel. You may be able to determine the manufacturer by looking at the circuit board. If you are lucky it will have a manufacturer name printed on it. If not, you may only have a hardware address. The first part of every hardware address is unique to each manufacturer, so you may be able to determine the maker that way...
We have a DEC Alpha 4100 Server with OSF1 Digital Unix 4.0.
Can any one tell me, if there are any commands on this Unix which are equivalent to "top" and "sar" on HP-UX or Sun Solaris ?
I am particularly interested in knowing the CPU Load, what process is running on which CPU, etc.
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