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    SubjectRe: lost interrupts with 2.4.1-rc6 and i875p chipset
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    On Maw, 2003-06-03 at 12:15, Greg Norris wrote:
    > I recently installed Debian on a new i875P chipset machine, and I'm
    > seeing frequent "hdX: lost interrupt" messages at the console under
    > 2.4.21-rc6. The IDE system appears to stall for 5 seconds or so
    > whenever this occurs (I assume that a reset/resync is occurring), but
    > then seems to recover. It's pretty easy to reproduce... any
    > significant disk activity will trigger the problem. In particular,
    > running fsck or copying files off a cdrom will expose the problem
    > within seconds.

    Does this occur if you build the kernel without ACPI and without APIC
    support ?

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