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SubjectRe: [PATCH v3 0/6] hid: Introduce device groups
On Mon, 30 Apr 2012, Henrik Rydberg wrote:

> > > Just got the stacktrace on [1] though when running kernel with this
> > > patchset. The trace popped during shutdown, and the machine froze
> > > completely; I didn't have any kind of external console connected, so
> > > unfortunately I don't have the beginning of the whole thing.
> > >
> > > I haven't been able to reproduce it so far. This was after several
> > > "parallel" plug/remove cycles of multiple HID devices driven by multiple
> > > different drivers.
> > >
> > > I haven't performed any analysis what this might be yet.
> > >
> > > [1] http://www.jikos.cz/jikos/junk/autoloading-trace.jpg
> >
> > It actually seems to be spinlock lockup (due to the NMI trigger being
> > apparent at the very first line) on kbd_event_lock ...
>
> Ah, yes. I take it you are talking about tty/vt/keyboard.c. So some
> random keypress during shutdown triggers the event, which eventually
> reaches input_pass_event(). From there on, the trace stays in the
> mentioned driver. First kbd_event() gets called, which takes the lock
> and goes on to, in turn, call kbd_keycode(), k_handler[2]() ==
> k_spec(), fn_handler[9]() == fn_hold(), which goes on to call
> stop_tty(). This function comes back to the driver, via con_stop(), as
> vt_kbd_con_stop(), which in turn takes the same lock. So unless the
> teardown of something in hid affects the choices made in the tty
> driver, it appears this is a different problem. Or?

I just came to the same conclusion a few minutes ago ... i.e. this is
likely unrelated to the patchset and I just triggered it by pure
coincidence on the patched kernel.

I will keep looking into it a little bit more. Dmitry, any immediate ideas
by any chance?

Otherwise the series seems indeed fine and if I don't come across anything
substantial once I am done with the review, I am considering pushing it
for -next (I still have to look at quirks propagation Nikolai pointed
out).

Thanks,

--
Jiri Kosina
SUSE Labs


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