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 2.4.18 AIC7XXX hard lockup

I'd like to see the debugging output anyway.

You might also try 6.2.8 which is in the latest Marcelo tree.

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 Wed, 24 Nov 2004 07:03:34 GMT   
 2.4.18 AIC7XXX hard lockup

It does that for me in 2.5 as well, very occasionally.

Try booting with the `nmi_watchdog=1' kernel boot option,
and see if that catches a backtrace.

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 Wed, 24 Nov 2004 07:03:37 GMT   
 
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