Re: Catching NForce2 lockup with NMI watchdog - found?
From: Ian Kumlien
Date: Sat Dec 06 2003 - 10:59:00 EST
On Sat, 2003-12-06 at 16:33, Craig Bradney wrote:
> On Sat, 2003-12-06 at 15:42, Ian Kumlien wrote:
> Its a pity that as Bart said, those numbers dont reflect any sort of
> revision as that might lead to a conclusion about why it happens on some
> and not others.
Yeah i saw that aswell...
> > Btw, i have UDMA100 disks.. 2 disks on primary and 2 cdroms on
> > secondary... I dunno if this could make any difference..
> 1 ata133 primary master and dvdrw and cdrom on secondary here.
I'm just wondering if it could be a relation to the disk aswell or so..
> > Good luck =)
> You too :)
Heh, thanks =)
Now, about this ACPI powersave thing, wouldn't that be enabled in
windows aswell? So wouldn't this workaround be something that $other_os
doesn't have to do.
(In general i have always had to hack windows into not crashing when
linux worked and doing it the other way around without a real fix dosn't
sound that nice in my ears.. =P)
It would be interesting to hear from nvidia about nmi_watchdog... Since
nmi_watchdog with the 'not-done-correctly' APIC patch claims that nmi is
stalled/locked/doesn't work... If nvidia states that this *should* work,
then we have something to go on.
Also, if Allen Martin (nvidia) could go trough the proc/interrupts and
tell us if something is wrong, like the XT-PIC on timer. Or just give us
a correct listing, since noone had io-apic-edge on timer before afair.
Ian Kumlien <pomac () vapor ! com> -- http://pomac.netswarm.net
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