On Sun, 1 Jun 2003, Justin T. Gibbs wrote:
> Daniel is comparing 2.4.20-ac2 with 2.4.21-rc6. In 2.4.20-ac2, APIC
> routing is disabled by default and his kernel works. In 2.4.21-rc6,
> APIC routing is enabled by default and interrupts are not properly
> routed to his SCSI controller. If he boots with noapic, everything
> works fine. You'll have to ask Daniel for more details on his system
> if you want to figure out why interrupts are not being delivered.
> All I know is, from the output and his testing, it is pretty obvious
> that interrupts are not being delivered.
Ok i'll ask him about the details, but i've posted on a number of
occasions about aic7xxx oopsing unless i boot with noapic. Interrupts do
get delivered otherwise it wouldn't even get to mounting root. I can't
give you a 2.5.70 boot because raid is horked there too. If you want me to
fish out the emails again i can do that.
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