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SubjectRe: repeatable SMP lockups - kernel 2.4.9
On Fri, 14 Sep 2001 18:26:04 +0200 (CEST)
Martin Josefsson <gandalf@wlug.westbo.se> wrote:

> 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
> DRI/DRM :)
Yes, but I now (relative) sure, that's ram-timing (it's DDR-RAM on 266
mHz) and cpu-clock are right.

Have found last night, that the box lockup too, if I use the scanner and
scanning a large file.
For scanning, I use an second additional SCSI-Controller (Dawicontrol,
based on AMD 53c974 [PCscsi]). The preview scan is o.k., but the scan
itself stops (and lockup hard the machine of course), if 4-5 mb are
transfered.

Sounds like an interrupt handling error?

> I'm going to start my tests here soon.
>
> /Martin

Please let me known about your results.

regards

Matthias

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