At 06:55 06/05/02, Jens Axboe wrote:
>On Sun, May 05 2002, Anton Altaparmakov wrote:
> > Note even with that fix IDE (at least TCQ) is really easy to crash when
> > put the system under heavier I/O (at least on my via box)...
>If you have stumpled upon a tcq bug, I'd like to know more about it.
Back trace (sorry didn't have ckermit running so didn't catch the whole
output and was too lazy to write it all down): blk_queue_invalidate_tags,
tcq_invalidate_queue, ide_dmaq_complete, ide_dmaq_intr, ata_irq_request,
ide_dmaq_intr, handle_IRQ_event, do_IRQ, ideprobe_init.
At the moment I try to not use 2.5.x as much as possible and only boot into
it to test ntfs or other changes I make, so when I do that next I will make
sure I am capturing on the serial console and send you details if I
experince the panic again...
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