On 2003.07.08 14:16, Bartlomiej Zolnierkiewicz wrote:
> On Tue, 8 Jul 2003, Miquel van Smoorenburg wrote:
> > I was running 2.5.72-mm2 on our transit usenet news server
> > (700 GB in/day and 1 TB out/day) which ran just fine, until I
> > had some ext3 corruption on the /news partition. I remember
> > having seen something about this in the -mm changelogs.
> > So I tried 2.5.74 and 2.5.74-mm2, but with those kernels the
> > siimage.c driver doesn't work. The card is detected, but a bit
> > later in the boot process its IRQ is disabled and it won't work.
> > Log is below. As said, it worked fine with 2.5.72-mm2 (OK, needed
> > to enabled UDMA with hdparm, but other than that, no problems):
> Please send dmesg from 2.5.62-mm2 and 'lspci -vvv' output.
You mean dmesg and lspci -vvv output of both 2.5.72-mm2 and 2.5.74 ?
Will do, as soon as I have a chance to play with the system again.
It's a newsfeeder, a few minutes downtime is not a problem, but I
had some serious problems and it was down for 2 hours - now it needs
several hours to "catch up" before I can take it down again.
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