UMASS pbm at startup
Hans Petter Selasky
hselasky at c2i.net
Mon May 28 20:28:46 UTC 2007
On Monday 28 May 2007 20:01, M. Warner Losh wrote:
> In message: <200705281912.30389.hselasky at c2i.net>
> Hans Petter Selasky <hselasky at c2i.net> writes:
> : On Monday 28 May 2007 18:52, Aymeric MUNTZ (Cerbere3) wrote:
> : > Hi,
> : >
> : > I have a pbm with my usb disk-key under freebsd.
> : > When i start the system (FreeBSD 5.2) with the key already plugged, it
> : > is not recognised. If I unplug and replug it, it is recognised.
> : > With an other motherboard, I do not have this problem.
> : >
> : > Is there a way to rescan for usb devices? I already tried "camcontrol
> : > rescan all" with no success.
> : Have you tried the SVN version of the new USB stack with FreeBSD 6.2
> : installed?
> Let's just change one thing at a time... Try going to 6.2 first.
> changing both the usb stack and the freebsd version at one time might
> not be wise. We also need to track down problems in the current USB
> stack, since we are never going to put hps' stack into RELENG_6.
> Since it hasn't yet been committed to current and there's a freeze
> coming up shortly, it is doubtful that it will be in RELENG_7 either.
> We need to not view hps' stack as this magical thing that solves all
> problems because we have at least RELENG_6 to support for a while, and
> may have to support the current stack in RELENG_7 too.
> To be honest, I really wish Hans would be more pro-active in merging
> changes to the old stack so that the delta between it and his would be
> more manageable. I've said this plenty of times privately, but no
> fixes to the old stack have been forthcoming, not even new vendor IDs
> for existing drivers...
My schedule is full. I'm tracking all changes going into HEAD at least. There
are some deltas that could have been backported, but I do not specifically
keep track of all the small things I fix. I would need a secretary for
that :-) Any volunteers ;-)
With regard to the topic of this thread I know about some specific issues that
leaves the result that attached devices are not detected. This is related to
missed PCD interrupts. You have to fake a PCD interrupt every time you enable
the PCD again, to catch any missed PCD interrupts. The problem is the same
with OHCI, but there this interrupt is called something else. The PCD
interrupt is connected to the root interrupt endpoint on the root HUB, which
is a virtual device. I think that this is the problem.
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