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Old 04-17-2002, 01:19 AM   #1
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Question Network card interrupt line blocked ??

I'm using redhat 7.2 on my server, with network card realtek RTL8139. I get this message all the time and i have no idea what does it mean? The message reads:
" eth0: RTL8139, Interrupt line blocked, status 1"
However, the server is functioning well despite getting this message. Does anyone know what does this message mean and how to get rid of it?? Please help!


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