> On Wed, 12 Feb 1997, Philip Blundell wrote:
> > > Just cut and paste into the same area when the "access conflict" occurs.
> > > The idea is that when the controller refuses to work, reinitialize it.
> > A transmitter access conflict is not disaster. There is no need to
> > reinitialise the controller - all it means is that the driver's
> > transmit routine was reentered, and the second transmit was deferred to
> > avoid contention.
> I am forced to disagree -- when your card hangs it certainly _is_ a
> disaster. Additionally, the code implies that that if execution reaches
> this stage it is a disaster anyway; quote "if this ever happens then the
> queue layer is doing something evil"
A transmitter access conflict will _not_ cause your card to hang. If you
see that message then it means a problem has just been avoided.
I suspect there is some other cause. I also think the comment about the
queue layer is incorrect - that mutex does come under contention under