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Old 28th August 2008
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Default Network + aMule Logging Problems

Hi everyone
I am currently using Marvell Yukon's 88E8053 Network card and after a few searches on google, i noticed that this card has a few issues. Fortunately, I could use the network card without the need to do any manual labor. However, I noticed that the network card crashes after perhaps 72 hours of moderate to intense workload.

This has happened during the middle of scp, aMule downloading and many other different types of application so I don't think that this is related to any programs in general.

I would like to know how I could log the activities of my network card or at least be able to find out how I could diagnose this problem. What are the steps that I should do?

Second, my aMule crashes unexpectedly after a couple of days. This causes me to lose all my connections and queues so I am wondering whether there is a method to diagnose this since the log file generated by amule under ~/.aMule (logfile and logfile.bak) normally doesn't tell you much about it.

Thank you
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