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SubjectRe: [PATCH] genirq: Fix missing initializer for unmask in no_irq_chip
On Thu, 2006-06-08 at 16:29 +0100, Russell King wrote:
> > > This doesn't happen with the ARM IRQ subsystem because the "no chip"
> > > handlers are all pointing at a dummy function instead of being NULL.
> > > Could we do the same with genirq ?
> >
> > We missed to initialize unmask, which causes problems on neponset.
> Okay, with -rc6 + genirq + the following patch,

I uploaded proper fixups for those:

> it appears to work
> provided you don't stress it. As soon as I load the system up with
> CF activity, a full-sized flood ping and hit "enter" a few times on
> the console, it locks up solid - no oops, no nothing, the machine
> just completely freezes.
> This does not happen with the existing ARM IRQ code.
> I'll try to debug this odd behaviour later today, but first I need to
> resurect my NMI oopser code for this platform.



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