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    SubjectRe: 2.1.98 link freezes --> 2.1.99 machine locks up
    David S. Miller writes:
    > Date: Sun, 3 May 98 16:31 PDT
    > From: adam@yggdrasil.com (Adam J. Richter)
    >
    > Both machines are uniprocessors running SMP kernels where
    > everything that can be a module is (except for the initial ramdisk
    > and romfs which are used to bootstrap everything else).
    >
    > There has been a lot of activity in the Intel/SMP kernel changes area,
    > in particular with interrupt handling and the like, let's make sure
    > this is not where you are getting bit before we consider it a
    > networking issue for now ok?

    I've noticed with my PCI NE2000 clone that when I loose network
    connectivity there are kernel logs about lost interrupts. Have you
    noticed any of these?

    Regards,

    Richard....

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