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Issues with Controller on Debian 9 – (Hard Lockup)
Actions Copy To Clipboard copy external link to clipboard copied! To get better network performance it is a best practice to change this to vmxnet3. I’ve retired all of my systems of that vnxnet3. A driver for this NIC is not included with all guest operating systems. Doing so will cause the machine to completely lock up.
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Thanks a lot for this post! Lucas March 22, at We changed the network card type and re-configured the IP but it couldn’t reach the outside network.
If you experience low performance with the para-virtualized network drivers, verify the setting for the GSO and TSO features on the host system. English Japanese Chinese Simplified.
Linux source code: drivers/net/vmxnet3/vmxnet3_drv.c (v) – Bootlin
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Prior to change please make sure that your operating system contains the vmxnet3 driver or you have installed the VMware Tools. Debuan might just need to refresh it.
I am really hoping to workaround installing the VMware tools on this VM as it is quite specialized and doesn’t have vmxmet3 proper toolchain for the install no gunzip, no tar, no perl, etc. So pay attention to controlling that you have select Ubuntu or Debian xxx xxx. By example, in the PowerCLI you will have the following error: The specified network adapter type ‘Vmxnet3’ is not supported by the guest os ‘otherLinux64Guest’.