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Tue Jan 11 04:05:10 PST 2005
On Mon, 10 Jan 2005 17:26:28 -0800, Julian Elischer wrote:
> >Serious problems
> >f [2001/12/12] kern/32713 usb [usb] mouse detaches from hub and doesnt
> >o [2005/01/08] usb/75941 usb system halted during booting due to ehci
> >37 problems total.
> down from 51 last I have record of.
Probably some are so out-of-date that they've been solved unnoticed...
(Gotta check if I have a recently-introduced panic when disconnecting a
USB mouse dongle, with my nonstandard codes, though I hate to crash a
running system; apart from that, I'm running mostly stable with 4.x,
with the exception that combining USB ethernet and consoles appears to
cause a total freeze eventually with redrawing the screen -- also a
problem with network over serial-port PPP)
> >Non-critical problems
> >45 problems total.
> up by one..
> still lots to work on, however, thre are some low hanging fruit still.
Let me see if I can help, without really participating in the PRs:
| a [2003/03/02] kern/48849 usb Maxtor XT5000 causes panic in boot
I have such a device, and the only problem I've had (4.x) is minor,
for which I added the NO_GETMAXLUN quirk. I use it all the time.
| o [2005/01/08] usb/75941 usb system halted during booting due to ehci
Could this be the thing described some time back, where I needed to change
usb.c in 4.x in order to avoid a panic?
/* XXX HACK disable to see if ehci re-attach panic doesn't happen, as
well as still allowing USB2 hubs to attach to non-ehci ... */
* Turning this code off will delay attachment of USB devices
* until the USB event thread is running, which means that
* the keyboard will not work until after cold boot.
(I don't use EHCI due to eventual problems with it after some time; I need
the stability, as of a few months ago)
| f [2004/10/11] i386/72497 usb WD USB Disk Panics -stable and 5.2.1
Could this be the same thing? I have two WD disks, and they work, though
there is a difference in reported size from USB and Firewire... (add that
to my list of USB problems)
| o [2003/12/15] kern/60276 usb [usb] Kernel panic when plugging in USB (
| f [2004/01/23] kern/61804 usb [panic] panic with hitachi travelstar USB
| o [2004/01/30] kern/62123 usb [usb] LaCie 160GB USB drive umass: BBB re
These all seem to be describing the same thing. Admittedly, I haven't seen
it, but I'd only tried two chipsets (and have only one at hand now).
| o [2004/09/11] kern/71605 usb [usb] [patch] umass doesn't recognize mul
This is a 4.x problem; my 4.x umass.c hacks don't have this problem, but the
patch in this PR is not in my hacked umass.c ... My umass.c is based on
-current, which also does not have this problem.
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