pccardc dumpcis - 0 slots found
M. Warner Losh
imp at bsdimp.com
Tue Sep 20 08:21:43 PDT 2005
In message: <432F870D.2080302 at fastmail.fm>
Patrick Bowen <pbowen at fastmail.fm> writes:
: I'm running -current on a Dell C600 with a GENERIC kernel, and am having
: no luck in dumping the CIS from the wi0 pccard (an SMC-2532W-B). I've
: had the same problem with 5.4#6 and 6.0BETA4.
: sg1# pccardc dumpcis
: 0 slots found
This is expected. pccardc dumpcis doesn't work, and likely will never
work again. It is part of the old pccard support.
If you have current as of today, however, you can run 'pccard
: When I remove the card I get the following;
: taskqueue_drain with the following non-sleepable locks held:
: exclusive sleep mutex wi0 (network driver) r = 0 (0xc1c0bb68) locked @
: KDB: stack backtrace:
: kdb_backtrace(1,c1b62650,c1b62400,c1ac1d00,d44dcc2c) at kdb_backtrace+0x29
: witness_warn(5,0,c0862050,c1b62400,c1b62400) at witness_warn+0x18e
: taskqueue_drain(c1ac1d00,c1b62650) at taskqueue_drain+0x1a
: if_detach(c1b62400,c1b62400) at if_detach+0x1a
: ether_ifdetach(c1b62400,0,c1c0b000,d44dcc94,c05e2590) at ether_ifdetach+0x3a
: ieee80211_ifdetach(c1c0b004,c1b62400,c1b62400,0,c1bec700) at
: wi_detach(c1bec700) at wi_detach+0x64
: device_detach(c1bec700) at device_detach+0x70
: pccard_detach_card(c1af9e00) at pccard_detach_card+0x41
: exca_removal(c1ac3004) at exca_removal+0x46
: cbb_removal(c1ac3000) at cbb_removal+0x2c
: cbb_event_thread(c1ac3000,d44dcd38,c1ac3000,c057cb24,0) at
: fork_exit(c057cb24,c1ac3000,d44dcd38) at fork_exit+0xa0
: fork_trampoline() at fork_trampoline+0x8
: --- trap 0x1, eip = 0, esp = 0xd44dcd6c, ebp = 0 ---
: wi0: detached
: ...which doesn't look like a good thing.
It is likely a warning that can be ignored.
: I'm wondering if there is some place in pccardd that is not recognizing
: the slots on this particular machine. If that were the case then it
: wouldn't be called when the card was removed, accounting (I think) for
: the lock error above.
pccardd is deprecated and isn't needed. It should just work.
: Anyone have an idea of what's going on here? I'd be happy to try any
: patches anyone may have, or to provide more information if necessary. In
: the meantime, I'll keep looking into it.
Other than not being able to dump the cis, what's the problem that you
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