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Date:	Tue, 14 Nov 2006 12:17:38 -0600
From:	Alberto Alonso <>
To:	Mark Lord <>
Subject: Re: qstor driver -> irq 193: nobody cared

Sounds good, let me know if you need me to do any
testing or help on the programming. I've been wanting
to get into kernel drivers, but never did find the
right time/place to do it.



On Tue, 2006-11-14 at 11:46 -0500, Mark Lord wrote:
> Alberto Alonso wrote:
> > Things are improving, after the latest patch I can still
> > see spurious messages, but the count stays at 0.
> Mmm.. Okay, so we have a kludge fix (just get rid of the printk's we added).
> But I would like to find out more about what is going on.
> We seem to be getting lots of "leftover interrupts".
> I'll look through my full qstor block driver (the high-performance
> queuing driver, out-of-tree), and see if we missed an IRQ-mask bit
> someplace in the simple sata_qstor.c re-implementation.
> Cheers
Alberto Alonso                        Global Gate Systems LLC.
(512) 351-7233              
Hardware, consulting, sysadmin, monitoring and remote backups

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