new interrupts not working for me
pmes at btinet.net
Thu Nov 6 09:09:22 PST 2003
John Baldwin wrote:
> On 06-Nov-2003 Peter Schultz wrote:
>>John Baldwin wrote:
>>>On 05-Nov-2003 Peter Schultz wrote:
>>>>I have a Tyan S1832DL w/dual pii 350s and it's not able to boot. Seems
>>>>to be having trouble with my adaptec scsi controller, I get a whole
>>>>bunch of output like this hand transcribed bit, it comes after "waiting
>>>>15 seconds for scsi devices to settle":
>>>>ahc0 timeout SCB already complete interrupts may not be functioning
>>>>Infinite interrupt loop INTSTAT=0(probe3:ahc0:0:3:0): SCB 0x6 - timed out
>>>>Anyone else seeing this? There are probably 100+ related lines of
>>>>output, I'll have to configure serial debugging if you need to see it.
>>>The dmesg output excluding all the ahc0 errors would help figure out
>>>why your interrupts aren't working. However, I just committed a patch
>>>that might fix your problem.
>>Now the kernel just dies and the machine reboots right in the beginning
>>when it's setting up the ACPI/APIC stuff. Of course, with ACPI off,
>>there's no apparent problem with the kernel.
> Ok. Did the old kernel break before with ACPI turned off? It should
> have. By the way, I've committed a fix for the ACPI breakage.
The "new interrupt" kernels I've built have worked fine with ACPI off.
The immediate crash is fixed, but now I'm back to the trouble with my
SCSI controller. I'll try to get the output from that to you.
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