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SubjectRe: Regression in kernel linux-2.6.20-rc1/2: Problems with poweroff
Alexey Starikovskiy schrieb:
> Berthold Cogel wrote:
>> Alexey Starikovskiy schrieb:
>>
>>> Berthold Cogel wrote:
>>>
>>>> Alexey Starikovskiy schrieb:
>>>>
>>>>
>>>>
>>>>>> Hello Alex,
>>>>>>
>>>>>> I still get the same diffs. Except the yenta part of course. And the
>>>>>> system is still rebooting.
>>>>>>
>>>>>> Berthold
>>>>>>
>>>>> Good, yenta is cleared :) Could you replace /drivers/acpi/ec.c with
>>>>> the
>>>>> version from 2.6.19.x and try again?
>>>>>
>>>>> Regards,
>>>>> Alex.
>>>>>
>>>> Hi Alex!
>>>>
>>>> I did what you suggested. First I replaced ec.c in linux-2.6.20-rc2
>>>> (see
>>>> attached dmesg-2.6.20-rc2.ec.txt) with the version from linux-2.6.19.1
>>>> and in a second step I also replaced i2c_ec.c and i2c_ec.h
>>>> (dmesg-2.6.20-rc2.i2c_ec.txt).
>>>>
>>>> In both cases the only result I can see is the absence of the 'ACPI:
>>>> EC:
>>>> evaluating' messages in the logs. The system is still rebooting instead
>>>> of doing a clean shutdown.
>>>>
>>>> Regards,
>>>> Berthold
>>>>
>>>>
>>> Excellent, ACPI printing of queries is cleared as well :)
>>> There are two ways to debug further... git-bisect and unloading modules
>>> before shutdown (or not loading them)...
>>> While second is easier and could isolate a module, the first could be
>>> way more productive:
>>> http://www.kernel.org/pub/software/scm/git/docs/howto/isolate-bugs-with-bisect.txt
>>>
>>>
>>>
>>> Thanks in advance,
>>> Alex.
>>>
>>>
>>
>> Hi Alex!
>>
>> I will have to set up git first for the bisect way. So I decided to give
>> the second way a try.
>>
>> The module in question is ehci_hcd. After blacklisting it, 'shutdown -h
>> now' worked fine.
>>
>>
> Hi Berthold,
>
> That is good news, but with ehci_hcd you basically disable the whole USB
> subsystem. Please try to locate more
> by turning off USB options in your kernel config, starting with USB
> suspend.
> Probably, USB maintainers could give you some more hints on there to look.
>
> Regards,
> Alex.

Hello Alex!

How did you guess ...

It's USB_SUSPEND.


Regards,
Berthold
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