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SubjectRe: 2.4.1: Abnormal interrupt from RTL8139
* Jeff Garzik wrote on Sunday, 2001-02-11:

> Christian Ullrich wrote:

> > I'm getting some of these messages in syslog:
> > Feb 6 07:38:35 christian kernel: eth0: Abnormal interrupt, status 00000010.
> > Feb 6 07:38:35 christian kernel: eth0: Abnormal interrupt, status 00000010.
> > Feb 6 07:38:35 christian kernel: eth0: Abnormal interrupt, status 00000020.
> > Feb 7 17:32:53 christian kernel: eth0: Abnormal interrupt, status 00000041.
> [...]
> > I have not observed any effects related to these messages.
>
> Those messages are logged at the debugging level... if they bother you,
> don't log kern.debug...

Well, doing something related to debugging implies that there _is_
something to debug. But since I don't have any problems and not
more than a few messages like these, thanks for your help.

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