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SubjectRe: oops in uhci.c running 2.4.2-ac28
Johannes Erdfelt wrote:
>
> On Mon, Apr 02, 2001, Jeff Golds <jgolds@resilience.com> wrote:
> > Let me show what I got with the 2.4.2 kernel with USB support enabled.
> >
> > Mar 19 14:10:00 Eng99 kernel: uhci: host controller halted. very bad
> > Mar 19 14:10:31 Eng99 last message repeated 108 times
> > Mar 19 14:11:37 Eng99 last message repeated 93 times
> > Mar 19 14:12:39 Eng99 last message repeated 87 times
> > Mar 19 14:13:40 Eng99 last message repeated 20 times
> > Mar 19 14:14:45 Eng99 last message repeated 42 times
> > Mar 19 14:15:46 Eng99 last message repeated 47 times
> > Mar 19 14:16:47 Eng99 last message repeated 127 times
> > Mar 19 14:17:50 Eng99 last message repeated 7074 times
> > Mar 19 14:18:51 Eng99 last message repeated 3342 times
> > Mar 19 14:19:52 Eng99 last message repeated 10948 times
> > Mar 19 14:20:00 Eng99 last message repeated 15
> > times
> >
> > This happens after simply fiddling around with ethernet settings (it's a
> > PCI ethernet card). In fact, my syslog is FULL of these messages... my
> > syslog was 3x larger than usual. The console is just about unusable
> > because of all the spam.
> >
> > Something seems terribly wrong with the uhci driver... I've disabled it
> > on my system and it's fine now (I don't need USB).
>
> Do you get the same messages with the usb-uhci driver?
>

Don't think I tried that one.

> > My system:
> > Slot 1 P3-850
> > VIA chipset MB (not sure of exact chipset, can find out if needed)
>
> Some of the VIA chipsets have port aliasing problems supposedely. This
> may cause your controller to go insane like you've described.
>
> JE
>

That could explain the issue. Fortunately, I don't need USB so I can
avoid the spam, I just thought someone might like to hear about it.

-Jeff

P.S. Sorry for responding directly to you, Johannes.

--
Jeff Golds
jgolds@resilience.com
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