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SubjectRe: irq 10: nobody cared! (was: Re: 2.6.11-rc3-mm1)
On Sat, Feb 05, 2005 at 08:45:58PM -0200, Rog?rio Brito wrote:
> Dear developers,
> For some kernel versions (say, since 2.6.10 proper, all the 2.6.11-rc's,
> some -mm trees and also -ac) I have been getting the message "irq 10:
> nobody cared!".
> The message says that I should pass the irqpoll option to the kernel and
> even if I do, I still get the stack trace and the "irq 10: nobody cared!"
> message. :-(
> The message seems to be related to the Promise PDC20265 driver and it
> appeared right after I moved my HDs from my motherboard's VIA controllers
> to the Promise controllers. I have an Asus A7V board, with 2 VIA 686a
> controllers and 2 Promise PDC20265 controllers.
> I already tried enabling and disabling ACPI, but it seems that the problem
> just doesn't go away. :-(
> I am including the dmesg log of my system with this message. I am CC'ing
> the linux-ide list, but I'm only subscribed to linux-kernel. I would
> appreciate CC's, if possible.
> Thank you very much for any help, Rog?rio.
> P.S.: I am, right now, re-compiling 2.6.11-rc3-mm1 with the extra pass of
> kallsyms to see if the problem persists with this release.

Try 'acpi=noirq'.

William Park <>, Toronto, Canada
Slackware Linux -- because I can type.
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