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SubjectRe: kernel 2.6.16.17 and 2.6.16.20 high cpuload (90-100 %)
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>Any one noticed a problem with sis chipsets and the above kernels
>causing a high cpuload ? Every processes executed or pressing enter to
>refresh top causes a huge cpu spike usually to 100 %.

What sort of cpuload? User, system, iowait, etc?
Do the vales in /proc/interrupts increment "faster than normal"?

>The debian sarge distro kernel 2.4.27 works flawlessly.
>Appreciate a few hints/advise i can check before diving into deeper waters.

Jan Engelhardt
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