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SubjectRe: test9 and bluetooth - got it :)
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Alle 23:27, mercoledì 19 novembre 2003, Marcel Holtmann ha scritto:

>
> I don't wrote the SCO part of the HCI USB driver and I never worked with
> USB ISOC transfers. At the moment we don't know if the problem is part
> of the USB subsystem or if it is the driver itself, but I suspect it is
> the driver. However I am the wrong person to ask for a fix :(

Thanks anyway; I've spent some time digging in logs with BT_DEBUG defined, and
I've seen something curious, so I'm posting here and cc'ing the hci_usb
module maintainer as seen on .c file; if someone else is in charge to follow
this code please let me know. I've tried the following without loading hcid
or sdpd, if I do it the crash when usb BT dongle is removed is granted :)


The first thing that I've noticed when a usb BT dongle is plugged is this
error: (test9-bk24)

Nov 25 21:16:02 kefk kernel: hci_usb_intr_rx_submit: hci0
Nov 25 21:16:02 kefk kernel: hci_usb_bulk_rx_submit: hci0 urb f28f1614
Nov 25 21:16:02 kefk kernel: __fill_isoc_desc: len 490 mtu 49
Nov 25 21:16:02 kefk kernel: __fill_isoc_desc: desc 0 offset 0 len 49
Nov 25 21:16:02 kefk kernel: __fill_isoc_desc: desc 1 offset 49 len 49
Nov 25 21:16:02 kefk kernel: __fill_isoc_desc: desc 2 offset 98 len 49
Nov 25 21:16:02 kefk kernel: __fill_isoc_desc: desc 3 offset 147 len 49
Nov 25 21:16:02 kefk kernel: __fill_isoc_desc: desc 4 offset 196 len 49
Nov 25 21:16:02 kefk kernel: __fill_isoc_desc: desc 5 offset 245 len 49
Nov 25 21:16:02 kefk kernel: __fill_isoc_desc: desc 6 offset 294 len 49
Nov 25 21:16:02 kefk kernel: __fill_isoc_desc: desc 7 offset 343 len 49
Nov 25 21:16:02 kefk kernel: __fill_isoc_desc: desc 8 offset 392 len 49
Nov 25 21:16:02 kefk kernel: __fill_isoc_desc: desc 9 offset 441 len 49
Nov 25 21:16:02 kefk kernel: hci_usb_isoc_rx_submit: hci0 urb f567e414
Nov 25 21:16:02 kefk kernel: hci_usb_isoc_rx_submit: hci0 isoc rx submit
failed urb f567e414 err -22
Nov 25 21:16:02 kefk kernel: __hci_request: hci0 start

i've checked and it seems that usb_submit_urb: fails here (line 340):

switch (temp) {
case PIPE_ISOCHRONOUS:
case PIPE_INTERRUPT:
/* too small? */
if (urb->interval <= 0)
return -EINVAL;

maybe urb->interval is not set from calling code:
static int hci_usb_isoc_rx_submit(struct hci_usb *husb)
(line 236 of ./drivers/bluetooth/hci_usb.c)
but i don't know if this can cause harm.

I've also noticed that when the sub dongle is unplugged, every 10 seconds I
get this:

Nov 25 23:49:38 kefk kernel: drivers/usb/host/uhci-hcd.c: c000: suspend_hc
Nov 25 23:49:47 kefk kernel: hci_sock_create: sock d9f14980
Nov 25 23:49:47 kefk kernel: hci_sock_bind: sock d9f14980 sk dae8f500
Nov 25 23:49:47 kefk kernel: hci_dev_get: 0
Nov 25 23:49:57 kefk kernel: hci_sock_create: sock d9f14780
Nov 25 23:49:57 kefk kernel: hci_sock_bind: sock d9f14780 sk dae8f980
Nov 25 23:49:57 kefk kernel: hci_dev_get: 0
Nov 25 23:50:07 kefk kernel: hci_sock_create: sock d9f14580
Nov 25 23:50:07 kefk kernel: hci_sock_bind: sock d9f14580 sk dae8f680
Nov 25 23:50:07 kefk kernel: hci_dev_get: 0

and the use count of bluetooth module get a +2 increment each time. (hci_usb
is not loaded)
I can see the same behaviour with 2.6.0-test10-bk1

Module Size Used by
bnep 11648 0
l2cap 26368 1 bnep
bluetooth 47972 36 bnep,l2cap

The same holds even if I unload bnep and l2cap modules.

I'll be happy to add any needed information or make other tests, just let me
know.

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