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SubjectRe: repeatable SMP lockups - kernel 2.4.9
On Fri, 14 Sep 2001, Matthias Haase wrote:

> Hi, Martin,
> I hope, this sounds not to stupid:
> As an hardware test I have run quake3d_demo with enabled DRI.
> For this, I have compiled the 2.4.9 kernel the older DRM-code in, so I
> could use the installed Xfree86 4.03 instead the required 4.1:
> No error, no lockup, even though this game produced heavy load on ram and
> harddisks.
> No lockup too with the small traffic on the NIC, for instance with the
> ADSL-connection (max. 90 kb/s) to our router.
> But, as I sayd, repeatable lockups with some higher network-traffic inside
> the LAN.

I don't think it sounds that stupid.. but if it had hung you wouldn't have
known if it was the possible interupthandeling bug or some oghet bug in

I'm going to start my tests here soon.


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