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SubjectRe: Fixes for nforce2 hard lockup, apic, io-apic, udma133 covered
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On Wednesday 10 December 2003 13:39, Jesse Allen wrote:
> Hi Ross,
>
> I have rediffed your two patches for vanilla 2.6.0-test11. Briefly, I tried the apic patch first, and found that there are no lockups so far; well it passed my grep tests and even a kernel compile =). Then I tried your io_apic patch + apic patch. With nmi_watchdog=1 "NMI:" in /proc/interrupts increments alot compared to nmi_watchdog=2 before (as much as the timer). So I believe your two patches are more correct than the other two. Especially the fact I can run with CPU Disconnect and not lock up just like windows ... for people that have windows (I dont have windows =) plus a probably working nmi_watchdog.
>
> And for comparison, my setup:
> Shuttle AN35N Ultra v 1.1 (Nforce2 400 ultra), bios updated
> Athlon Barton 2600+ (1.9 Ghz)
> 256 MB PC3200, single stick.
>
> The patches are included in this mail. I suppose the next thing to do is get out of nvidia the corresponding information. And then clean up the patch for inclusion.
>
> Jesse
>
>
>
Thank Jesse
It is interesting that the lockup problems also occur with a single memory stick,
I have only tried dual sticks.
Regards
Ross.
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