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SubjectRe: ifplugd/e1000 oops
It's ifplugd version 0.23-1 (Debian). Kernel version 2.6.6-rc1.

I have a serial console, so I can help however I can. My machine is a
ThinkPad X40, running without ACPI.


Adam



On Mon, Apr 19, 2004 at 03:32:00PM +1000, Cef (LKML) wrote:
> On Mon, 19 Apr 2004 03:00 pm, Adam Goode wrote:
>
> > I'm using ifplugd to monitor the link beat and automatically bring up
> > or down the network interfaces on my laptop.
> >
> > When I unplugged my cable today, I got an oops. When I plugged it back
> > in, nothing happened. (Normally it should beep and bring the interface
> > back up.) When I removed and inserted the e1000 module, I got a freeze.
>
> I've got a report of a similar oops, also using ifplugd. User in question (on
> IRC) is complaining that this has been happening for all of 2.6, in late 2.5
> (hasn't pinpointed any specific version) and in 2.4 since about 2.4.23.
>
> Unfortunately in his case, it dies processing interrupts, so he gets nothing
> on disk, and is reluctant to set up a serial console on his box. I've tried
> emulating it here, but as yet have had no luck in getting it to oops.
>
> Note: He's using an Intel EEPro/100B in his box, though he has a spare
> (unused) Realtek 8029 in there as well.
>
> BTW: Kernel & ifplugd versions might be useful.
>
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