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    SubjectRe: Possibly SATA related freeze killed networking and RAID
    Pavel Machek wrote:
    > Hi!
    >>> kernel: [734344.717844] irq 21: nobody cared (try booting with the
    >>> "irqpoll" option)
    >>> kernel: [734344.717866]
    >> Your machine decided to emit interrupt 21 without an apparent reason.
    >> Whatever caused that made the kernel shut down IRQ 21 at which point the
    >> disk drives on that IRQ were no longer being serviced. Everything on IRQ
    >> 21 would have died - which may be why your networking failed too.
    > Hmm, perhaps that 'nobody cared' message should be worded more
    > strongly, and printed and KERN_CRIT?

    Agreed. Nobody cared on ATA controllers is usually very effective at
    taking the whole machine down. Is there any reason why we don't turn on
    irqpoll on turned off IRQs automatically?


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