Description of problem:
System was upgraded via yum from fc12->fc13. During boot, after starting udev,
I see repeated messages forever:
Process events/0 (pid: 6, ti=df074000 task=df043f00 task.ti=df074000)
Code: 88 00 01 00 00 75 05 3e 66 0f b1 0a 0f 94 c1 0f b6 c1 85 c0 0f 95 c0 0f b6 c0 5d c3 55 ba 00 01 00 00 89 e4 3e 66 0f c1 10 38 f2 <74> 06 f3 90 8a 10 eb f6 5d c3 55 89 c1 89 e5 53 9c 58 8d 44 20
There is occasionally another variant of the Code: line..
If I insert the FC13 live CD, I get the same behaviour. If I boot to the old
FC12 kernel (22.214.171.124-145.fc12.i686.PAE), the system does come up enough to
function as a server. I have tried several FC13 kernels, currently at
This is an AMD XP 2500+ KT400 system, smolt profile is at:
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Try to boot from the live CD
Steps to Reproduce:
Hangs with the above messages
Remove "quiet" and add "ignore_loglevel" to the end of the kernel line in /etc/grub.conf and you should be able to get the entire error message. You can take a picture with a digital camera and attach that if the error doesn't make it to the logs.
Created attachment 436678 [details]
stack trace during PCI enumeration
It seems that the netjet driver is claiming my digium TDM400 board, which I suppose it does not really want and is getting confused. The digium board is:
00:09.0 0780: e159:0001
Flags: bus master, medium devsel, latency 32, IRQ 11
I/O ports at d000 [size=256]
Memory at e2000000 (32-bit, non-prefetchable) [size=4K]
Capabilities:  Power Management version 2
Kernel driver in use: wctdm
Kernel modules: wctdm, hisax
I will put netjet into the blacklist and try that tonight.
OK, blacklisting the netjet driver solves the problem. I did see that there is a patch somewhere in the works to make netjet discriminate better before claiming a board, so it looks like a fix is in the works upstream.
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