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SubjectRe: ide_set_handler: timer already active
Geert Uytterhoeven wrote:

> Do you share the interrupts of your IDE interfaces with other devices? I do.

Yes, but only with other PCI devices (all level-triggered).
Right now I have two IDE interfaces (RAID0) and an EEpro100 sharing IRQ
11.

> > The message is is only there "temporarily" anyway,
> > just to check for bugs seen (but not understood) on other architecture(s).
>
> I see the message several times a day. Each of these would have been a full
> crash in the days before I replaced the call to add_timer() by mod_timer().
>
> Strange... Where is the bug????

Must be somewhere in the M68k interrupt layer.
The ia32 interrupt stuff was also fairly buggy last fall.

Cheers
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