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SubjectRe: bcm43xx regression 2.6.19rc3 -> rc5, rtnl_lock trouble?
Larry Finger wrote:
> Ray Lee wrote:
>> Michael Buesch wrote:
>>> On Wednesday 15 November 2006 20:01, Ray Lee wrote:
>>>> Suggestions? Requests for <shudder> even more info?
>>> Yeah, enable bcm43xx debugging.
>>
>> Sigh, didn't even think to look for that. Okay, enabled and compiling
>> a new kernel. This will take a few days to trigger, if the pattern holds, so
>> in the meantime, any *other* thoughts?
>
> Which chip and revision do you have? Send me your equivalent of the line
> "bcm43xx: Chip ID 0x4306, rev 0x2".

bcm43xx: Chip ID 0x4306, rev 0x3

Also, another thing I wasn't clear about in my first email was that the netdev
watchdog timeouts are new with rc5:

$ zgrep 'NETDEV WATCH' /var/log/messages{,.0,.1.gz} | cut -d: -f2| cut -c 1-6
| uniq -c
1249 Nov 13
6 Nov 6
1 Nov 7
3 Nov 8
2 Nov 9
5717 Nov 10
5652 Nov 11
5 Oct 29
3 Oct 30
3 Oct 31
4 Nov 1
1 Nov 2
1 Nov 3

I booted into 2.6.19-rc5 on November 10th. Previous to that was 2.6.19-rc3.
There really does seem to be something suspicious with that patch, yes?

Thanks,

Ray
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