Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 85369
up2date hangs downloading large rpm files
Last modified: 2007-04-18 12:51:43 EDT
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Description of problem:
Suspect driver problem for Intel PRO/100 S (751767-004) NIC. UP2DATE
repeatedly stalls downloading large (>10MB) RPM for Mozilla on K6 platform
w/96MB RAM. NIC works properly with Windows 98SE. Note: This is the version
of the Pro/100 with on-board 3DES support.
Repeatedly failed trying to run UP2DATE on NEW Workstation Installation of
Replaced with 3COM905C NIC and problem disappeared.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
1. Need Large RPM (say > 10MB)
2. Run UP2DATE (GUI) and select RPM
Actual Results: Download stalled partway through although stall point varied.
Unable to do anything but force closing UP2DATE.
Expected Results: RPM should have downloaded properly.
I'm not sure this should really be classified as a RHN problem but I couldn't
find a classification for Hardware Driver support.
Created attachment 96852 [details]
command line up2date hangs on downloading latest fedora kernal
Running fedora core 1.
Previously updated a few days ago.
Trying to re-install due to new kernel
Hangs, even if I redirect up2date to new mirror.
I am downloading a 512k dsl modem.
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