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SubjectRe: hda: dma_timer_expiry: dma status == 0x24
Yes, it still occurs with acpi=off, albeit with far less frequency.  
I've had my machine up for 1.5 hours now, ripping two CDs at a time,
playing an AVI movie in loop, playing a bunch of MP3s, cat /allfiles
>/dev/null, ls -laR, running KDE with numerous KDE apps also running;
all simultaneously. The load is about 8, I'm 130M into swap (512M machine)

1> This would have been impossible without acpi=off.
2> Only one timeout has occured, by now several hundred would have
normally happened

David

Alan Cox wrote:

>On Sad, 2004-08-07 at 20:20, David Ford wrote:
>
>
>>My desktop is experiencing issues with DMA lately. This has been going
>>on with the 2.6.8-rcX releases IIRC. I'm currently on rc3. The
>>hardware is all brand new.
>>
>>
>
>1. Does it recover after the timeout/lost irq
>2. Does it occur with acpi=off
>3. Have you tested say 2.4 or "otherOS" on it ?
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