Subject: kern/37543: clcs0: unexpected interrupts messages flood
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Date: 12/14/2007 17:50:02
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>Synopsis: clcs0: unexpected interrupts messages flood
>Arrival-Date: Fri Dec 14 17:50:02 +0000 2007
>Originator: Matthew Mondor
>Release: NetBSD 4.99.42
System: NetBSD sat.xisop 4.99.42 NetBSD 4.99.42 (GENERIC_LAPTOP_MM) #1: Fri Dec 14 00:35:33 EST 2007 email@example.com:/usr/obj/sys/arch/i386/compile/GENERIC_LAPTOP_MM i386
On the following hardware:
clcs0 at pci0 dev 5 function 0: Cirrus Logic CS4280 CrystalClear Audio Interface (rev. 0x01)
clcs0: IBM ThinkPad 600X/A20/T20/T22 Audio
clcs0: enabling CLKRUN hack
clcs0: power management port 0x1000
clcs0: interrupting at irq 11
clcs0: ac97: Crystal CS4297A codec; headphone, 20 bit DAC, 18 bit ADC, Crystal Semi 3D
clcs0: ac97: ext id 200<AMAP>
audio0 at clcs0: full duplex, independent
Since upgrade from 4.99.37 to 4.99.42 the following messages now flood
the kernel logs at a rather high frequency when the device is not
clcs0: unexpected play intr
clcs0: unexpected record intr
Note that the kernel uses APM, not ACPI. In BIOS PCI power bus power
saving was also disabled as the audio wouldn't previously play
properly with it enabled.
This might be related to the recent HEAD sync with yamt-kmem branch: