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SubjectRe: eepro100/usb interrupts stop with 2.4.x kernels?
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Alan Cox <alan@lxorguk.ukuu.org.uk> writes:

> > What seems to happen is that the kernel stops seeing interrupts on the
> > IRQ shared by eth0 (my outside interface) and usb-uhci. I can still
> > ssh in on eth1, and when I do, syslog contains things like "eth0:
> > Interrupt timed out" and usb-uhci griping about devices that failed to
> > accept new endpoints.
>
> Do you see this if you run a -ac kernel or apply the APIC 440BX patch ?

I haven't tried either, but I'm about to reboot into 2.4.4-ac4 to see
if it helps. If it still happens, I'll get more of the syslog output
and try to figure out what got wedged.

-- Michael
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