> what do you mean by freeze? in theory, the fact that the irq
I cannot ping the machine anymore, no Ooops, no kernel messages, the
attached screen is freezed (which implies that no more interrupts
are handled, right?)
> for those slots is shared with arbitrary onboard peripherals
> shouldn't matter, since PCI devices can all share irq's.
Yes... And it is not the problem, as I make use of interrupt
sharing on the first three slots.
> I guess it would be valuable to compare the boot messages
> under these conditions, since a real freeze implies that the
> kernel is adjusting irq routing incorrectly...
Yes, one could think. But I checked that interrupt handling basically
works for slots 4+5 with "cat /proc/interrupts". As soon as
I start a larger ftp data transfer over an ethernet adapter in
one of these slots the problem occurs.
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