Re: 2.4 and aacraid dmesg

From: Gabor Z. Papp
Date: Wed Jun 22 2005 - 10:35:21 EST

* "Salyzyn, Mark" <mark_salyzyn@xxxxxxxxxxx>:

| The message is coming from the PCI subsystem. Yes it is triggered by the
| pending driver load and requesting card pci resources, but such messages
| are usually a result of issues with the Motherboard BIOS or Hardware.

The system is working fine, stable, without errors. I was just
courious about this kernel msg flood.

| on PCI address 03:0d.0 and 03:09.0 are sharing IRQ 4. The 'info' message
| is printed every time the pcibios_enable_device() call is made. The
| interrupt sharing is assigned by the Motherboard BIOS and if you have
| subsequent problems with the operation of the card(s) or the system, you
| should investigate updating the Motherboard BIOS or go into the
| motherboard BIOS setup and see if you can reassign the PCI (IRQ)
| resources.

Okay. The other device at 03:09.0 is a:

Multimedia audio controller: Creative Labs SB Live! EMU10k1 (rev 08)

| The spurious 8259A interrupt message *may* be viewed as a problem.

I'm getting this sh*t from 2.4.18 or so... I think its another story.

Anyway, I love this 2120S, boots quite slooowly, but works fine and

Ah, the chip is *very* *very* *very* hot on the card, is that normal?
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