Blocked interrupt lines and others
Fri Oct 1 17:59:20 1999
On Fri, 1 Oct 1999, Taso Hatzi wrote:
> I'm seeing some annoying tcp/ip-related problems on a machine
> and I was wondering if anyone can tell me whether the following
> messages are significant.
> Oct 1 14:41:55 snark kernel: eth0: RTL8139 Interrupt line blocked,
> status 4.
> Oct 1 14:41:55 snark kernel: eth0: SMP simultaneous entry of an
> interrupt handler.
These messages are harmless buglets. I wasn't expecting that the interrupt
latency window would be large enough that the blocked-interrupt message
would be spuriously triggered. I've changed this check in that most recent
version of rtl8139.c
> Oct 1 17:02:27 snark kernel: eth0: Transmit timeout, status 0d 2000
> media 08.
> Oct 1 17:02:27 snark kernel: eth0: Tx queue start entry 2724445 dirty
> entry 2724441, full.
This is a problem -- apparently the transmitter stopped again.
> I've only just signed up to this ng, is there an archive of recent
Hmmm, I no longer have control of the archiver/hypermail machine...
Wow, it's still working! Maybe this "computer fad" might work out after all!
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