ACPI interrupt problems? (Was: HEADS UP: Starting socket locking merge)

Daniel O'Connor doconnor at
Mon Jun 14 05:04:35 GMT 2004

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On Mon, 14 Jun 2004 13:36, Nate Lawson wrote:
> > > changes in addition to this, I'd ask people be particularly diligent in
> > > reporting new poor behavior in the network stack.  Because we've also
> > > seen several fixes along the way, I'd also ask you make sure you're
> > > up-to-date.
> >
> > That's difficult for those of us who are affected by the ACPI interrupt
> > allocation problems. If ACPI isn't going to be fixed soon (it's been 2
> > weeks already), then the last commits should be backed.
> It would help if you'd point out the email message with this problem and
> what commits caused it.  I'm not aware of any new interrupt problems and
> haven't seen email about it on acpi at .

I don't know which commit but I believe John Baldwin is working on a fix.

The problem occurs between 02:30 29/05/2004 UTC and 04:00 29/05/2004 UTC.

(ie code from the former works, code from the later doesn't)

The problem exhibits itself as bfe0 watchdog timeouts (on my system anyway)

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