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SubjectRe: spurious interrupt with ac kernel but not with vanilla
On 21 Sep 01 at 18:39, Luigi Genoni wrote:
> I noticed that on the abit kt7A MBs that i have, with via KT133A chipset,
> after i installed the kernel 2.4.9-ac10 (ac11 and 12 as well),
> at boot i get this message,
>
> Sep 21 11:52:11 DarkStar kernel: ice 00:0b.0
> Sep 21 11:52:11 DarkStar kernel: spurious 8259A interrupt: IRQ7.
> immediatelly before scsi adaptec detection and inizzializzation.

This happens to me too (Asus A7V, KT133). It happens since I remember -
at least since Christmas, and for me it happens after unspecified time
after boot - varying from few seconds (during initscripts) to few
minutes. After it happens once, everything is apparently satisified
and no more spurious interrupts occurs (until next reboot). I always
assumed that it is broken VIA again...
Best regards,
Petr Vandrovec
vandrove@vc.cvut.cz

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