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SubjectRe: 3C905b partial lockup in 2.4.5-pre5 and up to 2.4.6-pre1
<bold><color><param>0100,0100,0100</param><bigger><bigger><bigger><bigger><bigger>Andrew,

Although I don't run
Redhat, your response
tells me that, even though I
was feeling that it was a
kernel problem, it could be
a userspace issue, which I
also suspected. Debian
updated their nettools
today, so I will see if that
helps in any way. Thanks
for your help.


Glenn C. Hofmann



</bold>On Sunday, 10 June 2001
Andrew wrote:


<color><param>7F00,0000,0000</param><smaller><smaller><smaller><smaller><smaller>> "Glenn C. Hofmann" wrote:

> >

> > I have tried 2.4.5-pre2 up to 2.4.6-pre1 with the same results.

> > Everything boots great and I can login fine. When I try to assign

> > an IP via DHCP or ifconfig, the system sits and stares at me

> > indefinitely. 2.4.5-pre4 didn't compile for me, but pre3 works fine

> > and pre5 locks. There is keyboard response, and Alt-SysRq will tell

> > me that it knows I want it to sync the disks, but won't actually do

> > it. It will reboot, though. I can switch between terminals, but

> > cannot type anything at the login prompt.

> >

> > The board is a Abit KT7-RAID. I have waited to see if this issue

> > has been resolved and will recompile the newer kernels (AC and Linus

> > flavours) to see if it has cleared up, but wanted to see if maybe

> > there is something else I should look at. I can provide any more

> > information that might help, so please let me know. Thanks in

> > advance.

>

> There's a problem in some versions of `pump' where it gets

> confused and ends up spinning indefinitely. If you're using

> pump could you please try the latest RPM?

>

> If that doesn't help, and if you're unable to kill pump

> with ^C, and if other virtual consoles are not responding then

> it could be a kernel problem - try hitting sysrq-T and feeding

> the resulting logs through `ksymoops -m System.map'

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