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SubjectRe: Oops in 2.6.10-rc1
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Pekka Enberg schrieb:
> Hi,
> On Mon, 8 Nov 2004 11:00:40 -0800, Greg KH <> wrote:
>>But 2.6.10-rc1-bk15 does have the problem?
>>Trying to figure out where the issue is...

i could use the -bk snapshots too, but since i am using bk myself (i try),
i think we can narrow it down a bit more.

> No, -bk14 is just the kernel I am running right now (I haven't tried
> -bk15) and I haven't had the problem. I cannot reproduce the oops _at
> all_ which is why I suspect it's his hardware. I included my lspci and
> dmesg output because we have similar (but not exactly the same)
> setups.

i've put an lspci output here:

i do not suspect hw problems *yet*, because kernel up to 2.6.9 (tracking
bk) do not show this behaviour.

> FWIW, I've asked Christian for an obdump of the kernel to see if I can

will show up in a couple of minutes here:

this is from the vmlinux from a "bk undo -a1.2463" kernel, IOW it still

ChangeSet@1.2463, 2004-11-04 17:07:16-08:00,
Merge bk://

thank you for the hints,

PS: should we i un'CC linux-sound and alsa-devel, now we are sure it's a
pci thing?
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