In message <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> Dag-Erling Smorgrav writes:
: Matt Dillon <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> writes:
: >     (2) the I/O for the buffer synchronization is initiated but interrupts
: >     are winding up being disabled by the halt code due to holding Giant
: >     and not sleeping (more likely).  That all I can think of.  We've hit
: >     the interrupt disablement problem before in -current, it's probably
: >     something simliar.
: Sounds likely. On my laptop, the "giving up on n buffers" message is
: usually accompanied by an ata0 timeout.

Just FYI: ata isn't printing a timeout for me.

However, I have had several panics with the lpt problem which freeze
the system hard in the syncing buffers.


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