Re: hdX lost interrupt problem

From: jiho@c-zone.net
Date: Tue Jul 08 2003 - 20:00:32 EST


CÚdric Barboiron wrote:

> Hello,
>
> I'm currently having troubles while trying to listen or rip cds audios.
> `cdparanoia -Q` works fine
> but `strace cdparanoia 1` hangs at :
> ioctl(3, 0x530e
>
> Then I have from `dmesg` :
> hdc: lost interrupt
> hdc: lost interrupt
> (...)
> hdc: lost interrupt
> hdc: lost interrupt

[ ... ]

> Some infos from /proc/ide/ide1/hdc :
> driver: ide-cdrom version 4.59-ac1
> model: CRD-8322B

Sorry, my brain must have been overheating, I missed this in my other
reply to your post, when I asked what drive.

Don't know if case cooling would have any bearing on this or not, but I
think I'll run some tests of my own. I seem to recall one incident
while I was unrolling a tarball off a CD onto a hard drive, that
happened to involve a VIA chipset. I'll see if I can reproduce the
incident.

-- Jim Howard <jiho@c-zone.net>

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