[Udpcast] Automatic reboot and DHCP-timeout

D Teed dteed at artistic.ca
Tue Jun 28 20:12:42 CEST 2005

I recall that there was one Cisco switch we used in testing
that caused warnings about RX/TX flow control.  We eventually learned
it was something that could be managed at the switch or by the
NIC, but not both.  I seem to remember hearing that a
piece of Cisco software on the switch could address the issue.
But instead we switched to a cheap switch without any management and
that enabled better performance.

I don't recall dealing with cpio before, but perhaps I did once
and then did further development with basic initrd images afterwards.

--Donald Teed

On Tue, 28 Jun 2005, Lasse Riis wrote:

> D Teed wrote:
> > Sorry, I didn't notice you are using floppy images -
> > which are different than PXE boot images.
> I'm using the PXE images actually.
> But I figured it out. I bunzipped the initrd and then did:
> cpio -i < initrd.out
> then I could replace /bin/busybox my own verison of busybox (compiled
> with CONFIG_REBOOT=y) and then do:
> genromfs -d <dir i cpio'ed to> -f initrd
> That did the job It's working now. But the Cisco-switch still sucks :(
> But with these latest hacks I think I can make it all play nicely
> Thanks for all your help
> Lasse
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