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Re: silo overflows -- what can I do about this?

From: Matthew Dillon <dillon@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Thu, 19 Oct 2006 10:59:09 -0700 (PDT)

:It's just a serial console cable to a cisco device. It's a PIX in this 
:case. I'm using the cisco supplied blue roll over cable. Pretty much 
:normal. It seems to work fine when using my notebook.
:So it can either be a) the hardware on the DragonFly box, or b) 
:something in DragonFlyBSD. The notebook runs FreeBSD. I'm almost curious 
:enough to yank the hardrive out of the OpenBSD box (another box where it 
:works fine too) and put in the DragonFlyBSD hardrive to rule out the 
:I can do that if you want, that way we don't chase things that are 
:hardware related. You know what I mean?

    It sounds to me like an interrupt is getting delayed too long.  It
    is possible to track things like that down, but it's a lot of work
    and I don't think I can spare the time (at least not before the next
    release).  Is this a SMP box?

					Matthew Dillon 

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