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SubjectRe: IDE-cd problem with 2.4-test9

I am looking into this, and it really is looking like there's a low
level driver bug somewhere either EIOing an interrupt twice, or missing
one. Were you doing Network I/O at the time? Check 'ifconfig' when you
get the errors and see if there were any RX errors reported by the LAN
card when the ide-scsi problems show up. I am seeing it here, and it is
looking like a device is missing an interrupt, and/or another device is
getting it. Could also be a bug in the APIC code as well.

:-)

Jeff

Bruno Boettcher wrote:
>
> hello,
>
> strange thing, wanted to burn some data ... but i do not see the CD
> anymore.... tryed to use the CD in ide-mode.... nothing...
>
> looked in /proc/ide no devices..... so for some obscure reason the
> CD-player isn't found.... now i didn't use that thing very much, but it
> worked not so long ago.... i checked the cables, all seem ok! the player
> shows that it is connected to the system (the led doesn't blink) so on
> the electrical part it seems to work....
>
> all the ide stuff is compiled as module, since it is of no use
> otherwise, and as i remeber from the CDburning howto that's the best way
> anyway....
>
> so any hint is welcome.....
>
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