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Date:	Thu, 6 Sep 2007 10:40:58 -0400
From:	"Andy Gospodarek" <>
To:	"David Miller" <>
Subject: Re: [TG3]: Workaround MSI bug on 5714/5780.

On 9/6/07, David Miller <> wrote:
> From: Andy Gospodarek <>
> Date: Thu, 6 Sep 2007 09:45:16 -0400
> > Is is really necessary to get rid of the HT1000 patch?
> Yes, absolutely and without a single doubt.
> > commit e3008dedff4bdc96a5f67224cd3d8d12237082a0
> > Author: Andy Gospodarek <>
> > Date:   Thu May 10 22:58:57 2007 -0700
> >
> >     PCI: disable MSI by default on systems with Serverworks HT1000 chips
> >
> > This patch was designed to address tg3 and bnx2 messages printed on
> > systems with HT1000 chips IIRC.  Are we going back to those messages on
> > bnx2 or is there a workaround in that driver needed too?
> Every report of that problem is with tg3 chips afflicted by this
> INTX bug which is now worked around properly.
> Even my Niagara T1000 box was hit by this absolutely stupid and
> wrong MSI quirk, which is how I found this problem to begin with.
> I'm reverting it.

Sounds great.  I never liked it that much to begin with but no one
NACKED it, so it slipped in through Greg KH's tree.
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