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SubjectRe: "spurious 8259A interrupt: IRQ7"
As far as I remember this was talked about earlier. Different mobos, chipsets,
processor brands, but always IRQ 7. /me wonders. At least it doesn't do any
harm (got this message on nearly all or all of my systems).

On 27-Nov-2001 Alan Cox wrote:
>> I get this with 2.4.16 vanilla, though. IRQ 7 appears to be unassigned
>> according to /proc/pci.
>>
>> Machine is a 1ghz Athlon on a VIA VT82C686 mobo and a DEC 21140 NIC.
>>
>> Any pointers appreciated.
>
> IRQ7 is asserted when the PIC sees an interrupt but nobody appears to be
> generating it when it looks.
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