[pvrusb2] Kernel oops?
isely at isely.net
Wed Sep 21 00:15:06 CDT 2005
This issue below by the way is still interesting, in spite of finding the
cause of the kernel oops. While the kernel oops is happening because of a
race in the shut down logic, something still had to cause it to shut down
in the first place. The log message I copied below is likely a huge clue.
It would still be worth scouring the logs one more time to look for any
suspicious USB transactions.
On Tue, 20 Sep 2005, Mike Isely wrote:
> This line is at the top of your kernel log just before the oops:
> Sep 21 02:39:38 t42p ehci_hcd 0000:00:1d.7: devpath 4.1 ep4in 3strikes
> What the $##@! is that?
> Can you check for me that the USB address listed there matches the pvrusb2
> device's location? Check the connection messages logged when you first
> plug it. I suspect it is the same. If so, I'm going to go digging
> through the kernel sources to see what is going on here...
> Also, I'd like you send me your pvrusb2.ko binary module. Just send it to
> me directly. It may be useful to cross-reference back some EIP values.
> Still looking...
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