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SubjectRe: [linux-usb-devel] Re: 2.6.13-mm2
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Hi,

On Wednesday, 28 of September 2005 23:07, David Brownell wrote:
> > > > ok. i didn't look too close, but i think ohci-hcd does not fully disable
> > > > interrupts in it's suspend callback...needs a closer look.
> > > > cc:ing linux-usb-devel...
> > >
> > > It's handled in hcd-pci.c ... All PCI based HCDs release their IRQs
> > > when they suspend. Including OHCI. Your diagnosis is incorrect.
> >
> > would you be kind enough to tell me where?
>
> There's only one free_irq() line, and it gets called the first time
> through usb_hcd_pci_suspend(). QED.
>
>
> > my point is: the test patch i sent to rafael which comments out the
> > free_irq-on-suspend thing in hcd-pci.c shows that something is wrong with
> > USB (i think only OHCI. UHCI looks ok and about EHCI i have no data).
>
> Your logic escapes me, since your patch affected all three PCI HCDs.
> If that's wrong for one, its wrong for all three.
>
> And as I just commented to Rafael, here are two better things to try
> instead of believing a diagnosis that's clearly wrong:
>
> - 2.6.14-rc2

This one works obviously, as it contains the patch that adds acpi_pci_link_resume()
(http://www.ussg.iu.edu/hypermail/linux/kernel/0507.3/2234.html). The patch is
not present in -mm though, AFAIK, so I can test the latest one, if you want me to,
but I think it won't work.

Greetings,
Rafael
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