Re: skge error; hangs w/ hardware memory hole
From: Andy Chittenden
Date: Wed Jul 19 2006 - 10:03:45 EST
> I'm still waiting for a positive test result. Ideally from multiple
> because it's a pretty radical step to blacklist all VIA chipsets like
> (and it's s still possible that only some BIOS are broken, not all VIA
> In fact I've been trying to get confirmation from VIA on this, but
> never answered my queries.
With iommu=force, my A8V deluxe system crashes during boot.
With iommu=soft swiotlb=force, the skge driver still has problems:
skge 0000:00:0a.0: PCI error cmd=0x157 status=0x22b0
skge unable to clear error (so ignoring them).
skge 0000:00:0a.0: PCI error cmd=0x117 status=0x22b0
The sk98lin driver prints out loads of garbage too fast for me to read
and I can't stop it either (scroll lock doesn't stop it). It's saying
something like "unexpected IRQ status error" - there's also a number
printed which looks like 0x264.
FWIW the e100 driver works fine without either of these options
Andy, BlueArc Engineering
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