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SubjectRe: sleeping in dev->tx_timeout?
Hi Zwane                                         >@2003.08.03_21:10:56_+0200

> > Is it safe to sleep in tx_timeout (in the networking code), i.e. to call
> > schedule_timeout and friends from that routine?
>
> No it's called from softirq context and with the dev->xmit_lock held in
> places.

That's what I thought. How are you supposed to wait for long periods from
tx_timeout? My problem is that I have a chip reset which takes around 10ms
(i.e. too long to use mdelay())

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Abraham

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