Driver Details

Chelsio S310 Single-Port 10G, PCI/PCIE x8, v.1.5.13.24 , A00

Chelsio S310 single port 10G, PCI, PCIe x8 / Chelsio S320 dual port 10G, PCI, PCIe x8 Driver for Win2K8

Version

Version 1.5.13.24, A00

Compatibility

Operating Systems
  • Not Applicable

Applies to

S310 Single-Port 10G, PCI/PCIE x8;

Date

Release date
4/17/2012
Last Updated
4/17/2012

Importance

Recommended. Dell recommends applying this update during your next scheduled update cycle. The update contains feature enhancements or changes that will help keep your system software current and compatible with other system modules (firmware, BIOS, drivers and software).

Available formats

File Format:Hard-Drive
File Name:R275379chelsio-1.5.13.24.exe
Download Type:HTTP
File Size: 7MB
Format DescriptionThis file contains a compressed (or zipped) set of files. Download the file to a folder on your hard drive, and then run (double-click) it to unzip the set of files. Follow the instructions to complete the installation.
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Fixes & Enhancements

Initial Release

Installation instructions

Custom Instructions for R275379chelsio-1.5.13.24.zip:

Build and Install
================================================================================
The driver must be installed by the root user, any attempt in installing the
driver as a regular user will fail to install.

If building the driver for a kernel other than the current running kernel, it
will be necessary to pass in KSRC= to make. Furthermore, if your
build tree is in a different location than the source tree, you will need to
pass in KOBJ= to make as well.

The src directory contains the driver source files for building kernel modules.
To build the TOE driver, change to the src/ directory and run:
make
make install

To build the NIC driver (without offload support),
change to the src/ directory and run:
make nic
make nic install

Only one type of driver needs to be compiled, NIC or TOE, not both. The TOE
driver is built by default, without passing any arguments to make. Building
the TOE driver also provides NIC only support if the 't3_tom' driver is not
loaded. Once the t3_tom module is loaded, all new TCP connections will be
offloaded. If there are any TCP listening servers started before t3_tom has
been loaded, it will be necessary to restart those servers for TCP to be
offloaded.

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