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SubjectRe: [linux-usb-devel] OHCI problems with suspend/resume

> Here's a patch that makes things slightly better. It's still
> not fully functional yet -- I forgot how many FIXMEs are in
> those PM code paths! -- and shouldn't be merged as-is, but it
> works slightly better:
> - Has a more informative diagnostic message (which HC died);
> - When HC dies, mark the whole tree as unavailable so that
> new URB submissions using that HC will just fail;
> - Then hcd_panic() just disconnects all the devices, still
> keeping the root hub around.
> - OHCI-specific (should be generic, hcd-pci.c): don't
> try resuming a halted controller.
> Where "better" means that it seems functional after the
> first suspend/resume cycle, and re-enumerates the device
> that's connected ... but there's still strangeness. And
> I can see how some of it would be generic.

For me it:

reports problem after first suspend, and ohci stops working

oopses in hcd_panic during second suspend (IIRC).
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