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RE: [Xen-devel] x86_64 eth0 e1000_clean_tx_irq tx hang

> xeon, 4 cpu (2-ht), e1000, 4G
> - works fine w/ 32-bit
> - dom0 is UP (SMP fails as well)
>   - this is dom0 only, no xend, no domUs, no bridging
>   - limiting to 2G works fine, sounds like something with swiotlb

That's interesting, but I'd be surprised if it was an swiotlb thing --
it looks so much more like an interrupt problem. e1000 and tg3 shouldn't
be going anywhere near swiotlb anyhow.

Please can you try a PAE kernel just to check you don't have the
> Also, while it was working, I blasted with packets, and 
> eventually got:
> irq 19: nobody cared (try booting with the "irqpoll" option)

What devices are on irq 19?

It might be worth trying booting nousb on the kernel command line (or


> Call Trace: <IRQ> <ffffffff80148508>{__report_bad_irq+56}
>        <ffffffff80148721>{note_interrupt+449} 
> <ffffffff80147dcc>{handle_IRQ_event+76}
>        <ffffffff80147ec2>{__do_IRQ+162} <ffffffff8011077b>{do_IRQ+75}
>        <ffffffff802f16b5>{evtchn_do_upcall+117} 
> <ffffffff8010e5f1>{do_hypervisor_callback+37}
>        <ffffffff8011ccc5>{ia32_syscall+13} 
> <ffffffff8010a22a>{hypercall_page+554}
>        <ffffffff8010a22a>{hypercall_page+554} 
> <ffffffff802f14de>{force_evtchn_callback+14}
>        <ffffffff80147db5>{handle_IRQ_event+53} 
> <ffffffff80147ea8>{__do_IRQ+136}
>        <ffffffff8011077b>{do_IRQ+75} 
> <ffffffff802f16b5>{evtchn_do_upcall+117}
>        <ffffffff8010e5f1>{do_hypervisor_callback+37} <EOI>
>        <ffffffff8011ccc5>{ia32_syscall+13}
> handlers:
> [<ffffffff80377b80>] (ata_interrupt+0x0/0x1b0) 
> [<ffffffff80396570>] (usb_hcd_irq+0x0/0x70) Disabling IRQ #19
> thanks,
> -chris

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