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SubjectRe: pl2303 ttyUSB0: pl2303_open - failed submitting interrupt urb, error -28
Greg KH wrote:
> On Mon, Jun 12, 2006 at 06:12:58PM -0400, Mark Lord wrote:
>> Eg. If usb_submit_urb() ever fails again (low on memory, etc..)
>> inside pl2303_open(), will we be back with the same bug?
>> What's the *real* actual bug here?
> There are two of them.
> The fact that the urb submission in the pl2303 driver fails, and is now
> handled properly is fixed in the pl2303 patch.
> The fact that we can (hopefully) handle scheduling TT in the EHCI driver
> fixes the real problem with plugging slow or full speed devices into a
> USB 2.0 hub (not root hub). That's fixed by the tt patch.
> So we should have finally covered both of them now.

Yes, agreed.

So if modify pl2303_open() to have it simulate -ENOMEM from usb_submit_urb(),
then this should not crash the entire USB subsystem. Right?

Ditto if it happens due to low-memory, rather than me hacking the code to test it?

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