7-STABLE Watchdog Timeout
karlj000 at unbc.ca
Mon Jun 2 23:21:32 UTC 2008
I'm still looking into my watchdog timeout with me re card. I'm
starting to wonder if my problem is in any way related to the
discussion back in September 2006 starting with this post:
"6.2 SHOWSTOPPER - em completely unusable on 6.2"
It seems that under certain conditions and loads, a network interface
with a shared interrupt would stop responding until the watchdog
resets it. This seems to be very similar to what I see. At the time,
they seemed mostly concerned about fixing the em driver; I'm using re.
Unfortunately though, I can't seem to find what the resolution to this
was, and if it could be related to the failure I'm seeing. Does
anyone know what happened with that problem?
On 1-Jun-08, at 12:02, Jeremy Karlson wrote:
> I tried setting "PNP OS" to both "YES" and "NO." Neither made any
> sort of difference.
> As for your suggestion on the web site: That seemed pretty likely to
> me, but disabling ACPI and APIC didn't make any difference either.
> Thanks for the ideas though.
> -- Jeremy
> On 31-May-08, at 23:20, Jos Chrispijn wrote:
>> Perhaps this link could give you the solution to your problem:
>> Jeremy Karlson wrote:
>>> I'm in the process of moving a Subversion server from a 5-STABLE
>>> machine to a freshly installed 7-STABLE machine. I've moved the
>>> network card (a Linksys EG1032v3, RTL8169S/8110S/8211B based) from
>>> the old machine (where it worked before) to this new machine.
>>> Now, I get:
>>> re0: watchdog timeout
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