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SubjectRe: [PATCH 2.5.54] hermes: serialization fixes
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Stephen Evanchik <evanchsa@clarkson.edu> writes:

> On Friday 03 January 2003 12:47, you wrote:
> | Why not put the spinlock/unlock inside hermes_bap_seek()? Smaller, better
> | contained and more readable.
>
> That's the better solution, I'm trying to coordinate a bit with the
> maintainer. The only reason I didn't do this in the first place is because
> there is a (possibly unecessary) delay loop inside hermes_bap_seek that I
> believe is trying to combat the same problem. I'm awaiting a response from
> the maintainer since he knows a bit more about the hardware than I do.
>

There is something not quite right about this patch. I used have a ton
of errors in my logs, and this patch seemed to clear this out nicely.

When I run with a patched driver now, I run for about 20 minutes with
various loads and sudenly the ksoftirqd_CPU0 process starts to hog my
CPU and not wanting to let go. As soon as I pull out the card, the
load returns to normal.

Is there any way I can provide more details on what is happening?

>
> Stephen
>

mvh,
A
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