Please only back out the part that early outs on no interrupt for us at
all. There are some other changes in there which might indicate other
problems, like interrupt masks set wrong and interrupts from the
controller we are not but should be handling.
I didn't realise that PCI devices were that badly designed. Sorry.
On Wed, 22 Aug 2001, Peter Wemm wrote:
> "Vladimir B. Grebenschikov" wrote:
> > Ollivier Robert writes:
> > > I just upgraded to the latest sources (two hours ago) on my VAIO laptop an
> > > I'm now getting dozens of messages:
> > >
> > > Aug 22 15:00:07 sidhe /boot/kernel/kernel: usb0: interrupt, but not for us
> > > Aug 22 15:00:51 sidhe last message repeated 8 times
> > > Aug 22 15:03:02 sidhe last message repeated 19 times
> > > Aug 22 15:12:59 sidhe last message repeated 92 times
> > Have same problem on VAIO, on fresh sources.
> Yes, back out the last change to dev/usb/uhci.c and dev/usb/ohci.c.
> Nick's commit is 100% bogus. It is a fundamental nature of PCI shared
> interrupts that all possible sources have to be polled.
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