Updated: 2021/Apr/14

IXV(4)                       Device Drivers Manual                      IXV(4)

     ixv - Intel 10 Gigabit Ethernet virtual function

     ixv* at pci? dev ? function ?

     The ixv driver supports Intel 10 Gigabit Ethernet virtual function that
     82599 and newer chips support.  It can be used on a NetBSD guest that the
     host supports SR-IOV.

     The ixv driver doesn't use the common MCLGET(9) interface and use the
     driver specific cluster allocation mechanism.  If it's exhausted, the
     evcnt(9) counter "ixgX qY Rx no jumbo mbuf" is incremented.  If this is
     observed, the number can be changed by the following config parameter:

        IXGBE_JCLNUM_MULTI  The number of RX jumbo buffers (clusters) per
                            queue is calculated by IXGBE_JCLNUM_MULTI *
                            (number of rx descriptors).  The total number of
                            clusters per queue is available with the
                            hw.ixgN.num_jcl_per_queue sysctl(7).

     arp(4), ixg(4), netintro(4), vlan(4), ifconfig(8)

     The ixv device driver comes from FreeBSD.  It first appeared in
     NetBSD 8.0.

     The ixv driver was written by Intel Corporation

     The following event counters are not cleared by SIOCZIFDATA because the
     corresponding registers are read only and not cleared on read:

           Good Packets Received
           Good Octets Received
           Multicast Packets Received
           Good Packets Transmitted
           Good Octets Transmitted

NetBSD 9.99                      March 9, 2021                     NetBSD 9.99