ATA driver races with interrupts
daniel_k_eriksson at telia.com
Wed Aug 11 17:27:21 PDT 2004
Søren Schmidt wrote:
> How about not running the SMART monitor ?
After upgrading the system to sources dated 2004.08.11.15.00.00 I rebooted
with the SMART monitor turned off. The system worked fine (apart from having
to run without ACPI due to recent commits) until just 30 minutes ago when I
was turning it off to upgrade kernel again (trying to track down the ACPI
breakage and needed boot -v output for Nate). After all the buffers had been
flushed it reported a timeout on one of the SATA discs, removed it from the
configuration and then went on to a panic (sorry, no log available).
Afterwards the channel was locked up as always when this happens.
It seems the problem is not smartmontools related.
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