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Subject[found-not fixed] Re: 2.4.5+ hangs on boot
Ok, the problem is this.  I have TEQL packet scheduling in my config, 
the kernel runs through this sequence on boot:

net_dev_init()
pktsched_init()
teql_init() [starts a lock with rtnl_lock()]
register_netdevice()
net_dev_init()
pktsched_init()
teql_init() [hangs here...]

Here is the problem. We enter teql_init() again with a rtnl_lock()
already being held. Do any of the authors of these functions want to
jump in here?

David

David Ford wrote:

> [...]
> I2O LAN OSM (C) 1999 University of Helsinki.
> early initialization of device teql0 is deferred
> loop: loaded (max 8 devices)
> Linux Tulip driver version 0.9.15-pre3 (June 1, 2001)
> PCI: Found IRQ 5 for device 00:10.0
>
> Any comments or suggestions? 2.4.5-ac19 is the last kernel I have
> that works.



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