Driver needs updating support irq sharing error validating server certificate for tortoisesvn
If you continue to experience problems with SCSI interface, you may need to check the configuration of the SCSI card BIOS. If you experience any of the following problems, you may need to investigate a possible IRQ conflict: When the computer boots, a unique IRQ (interrupt request) is assigned to each hardware device that requires one.
A device requires an IRQ if it can initiate an action or provide input to the computer.
[Download RAW message or body] Sorry for the delay since the last message, but I needed to digest this a bit and also did not see any point in degenerating the (so far very useful) discussion into a yes-no-yes-no flamefest.
Below some comments and an extra what looks to be real regression.
The Universal Serial Bus Controllers will be assigned an IRQ (they normally share the same IRQ), as are devices such as your disc drives, mouse, and keyboard.
Devices can share an IRQ in Windows without it causing a conflict generally as long as they are not used at the same time.suddenly disconnect and will not generate those error messages.I still feel it should not be up to individual users to need to "force" something like this by manually messing with their initramfs or /etc/modules.rest_init 0x80/0x80 [ 2.215476] ---[ end trace 96410e869c63de19 ]--- [ 2.215566] flis_addr mapped addr: f8498900 [ 2.215694] sdhci-pci 00.0: rte_addr mapped addr: f849c000 [ 2.317076] mmc0: BKOPS_EN bit is not set [ 2.324368] mmc0: new HS200 MMC card at address 0001 [ 2.325192] mmcblk0: mmc01 H4G1d� 3.64 Gi B [ 2.332236] mmcblk0: p1 p2 p3 p4 p5 p6 p7 p8 p9 p10 p11 [ 2.337906] mmc0: SDHCI controller on PCI [00.0] using ADMA This issue is caused by re-enable duplicate APIC IRQ number which is sharing same irqdomain with SDHCI PCI, so association with this irqdomain has already been created, not necessary to associate again. But in our codebase, it processes OK, no reaction of fail path as return, probe&init process works OK, just report a warn to avoid repeated association and continue the process.
Very welcome to author and introduction of appliable patches from Linux Community. First of all, the patch mentioned is good for workaround, though not very compatible with our codebase(Linux 3.19.5).The actual difference is fairly small and clearly shows that usb 3-1 is not handed off correctly, probably due to a small difference in timing.