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SubjectRe: via rhine network failure on 2.6.0-test4
Steve French wrote:
> The via rhine driver fails to get a dhcp address on my test system on
> 2.6.0-test4. ethereal shows no dhcp request leaving the box but
> ifconfig does show the device and it is detected in /proc/pci.
> Switching from the test3 vs. test4 snapshots built with equivalent
> configure options on the same system (SuSE 8.2) - test3 works but test4
> does not. This is using essentially the default config for both the
> test3 and test4 cases - the only changes are SMP disabled, scsi devices
> disabled, Athlon, via-rhine enabled in network devices and a handful of
> additional filesystems enabled, debug memory allocations enabled. This
> is the first time in many months that I have seen problems with the
> via-rhine driver on 2.6
>
> Analyzing the code differences between 2.6.0-test3 and test4 (in
> via-rhine.c) is not very promising since the only line that has changed
> (kfree to free_netdev) is in the routine via_rhine_remove_one that seems
> unlikely to cause problems sending data on the network.
>
> Ideas as to what could have caused the regression?


Does /proc/interrupts show any interrupts being received on your eth
device? Does dmesg report any irq assignment problems, or similar?

This sounds like ACPI or irq routing related.

Jeff



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