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SubjectRe: 2.4.21-pre4: tg3 driver problems with shared interrupts
Stephan von Krawczynski wrote:
> I found out within minutes that this setup does not survive if you let the
> Broadcom cards share interrupts with anything else. It works ok now like
> this (eth2 is tg3):

> But horribly failed in such a setup:

> I cannot even produce a "cat /proc/interrupts" for this because I am not fast
> enough at login (the network at eth2 is heavy loaded). I sometimes read about
> problems here with tg3-drivers, and I just wanted to point you to the shared
> case, maybe it has to do with this special case rather than with the drivers
> internals itself.
> (PS: its not the ide2-3, I checked that out)

hmmm. I've attached the latest tg3, version 1.4, which I just sent off
to Marcelo. It includes some fixes that may affect your 5701.

Can you try two things?

1) 2.4.21-pre4 + tg3 v1.4
2) 2.4.20 + tg3 v1.4

I'm interested to know if you can reproduce with the latest driver in
either of these two scenarios...


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