pcm0:record:0: record interrupt timeout

Grzegorz Czaplinski gregory at czaplinski.net
Mon Apr 25 02:02:41 PDT 2005

Hi there,
Alexander Leidinger suggested to send this report here...

I get this error while running skype:
Apr 22 16:39:21 zulu kernel: pcm0:record:0: record interrupt timeout,           
channel dead

The machine is FSC Lifebook E2010.

zulu# cat /dev/sndstat                                                          
FreeBSD Audio Driver (newpcm)                                                   
Installed devices:                                                              
pcm0: <Acer Labs M5451> at io 0x1400 irq 11 kld snd_t4dwave (4p/1r/4v           
channels d                                                                      
uplex default)                                                                  
zulu# uname -a                                                                  
FreeBSD zulu 5.4-RC2 FreeBSD 5.4-RC2 #0: Sun Apr 10 09:08:14 UTC 2005    
root at harlow.cse.buffalo.edu:/usr/obj/usr/src/sys/GENERIC  i386

zulu# pciconf -lv                                                               
pcm0 at pci0:4:0:  class=0x040100 card=0x11c310cf chip=0x545110b9 rev=0x02         
    vendor   = 'Acer Labs Incorporated (ALi)'                                   
    device   = 'ALI M5451 PCI AC-Link Controller Audio Device'                  
    class    = multimedia                                                       
    subclass = audio                                                            

Any help greatly appreciated. ;)

Grzegorz Czaplinski <gregory at prioris.mini.pw.edu.pl>
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