On Thu, Nov 06, 2008 at 07:10:20PM +0100, Hans Petter Selasky wrote:
> On Thursday 06 November 2008, Gary Jennejohn wrote:
> > On Thu, 6 Nov 2008 15:13:23 +0100
> > "Alexey Shuvaev" wrote:
> >
> > [big snip]

Exactly here was output from kldstat

> >
> > > I am having quite reliable panics with the new stack when I insert
> > > usb stick (actually during the first access to it).
> > > Trying to collect more information I haven't managed to produce
> > > memory dump. Is it working on amd64 SMP CURRENT? I remember there were
> > > some complains about it.

> >

Here I was actually asking about kernel memory dumps...
Will try harder this time.

> > It works just fine for me with SMP amd64. I tested several USB sticks
> > and saw absolutely no problems. I have not tried it with a real
> > external USB disk.
> >
> > It also works with my FTDI USB-to-serial adapters.
> >
> > I do not use any USB modules.

>
> Hi Alexey,
>
> Maybe you are using the ATA interface for USB?
>
> Could you do a "kldstat" ?
>

Here it is:

[wep4035] ~> kldstat
Id Refs Address Size Name
1 46 0xffffffff80100000 8daac8 kernel (/boot/kernel/kernel)
2 1 0xffffffff809db000 21ed8 snd_hda.ko (/boot/kernel/snd_hda.ko)
3 2 0xffffffff809fd000 749c8 sound.ko (/boot/kernel/sound.ko)
4 1 0xffffffff80a72000 3090 speaker.ko (/boot/kernel/speaker.ko)
5 1 0xffffffff80a76000 59e8 ichsmb.ko (/boot/kernel/ichsmb.ko)
6 2 0xffffffff80a7c000 2440 smbus.ko (/boot/kernel/smbus.ko)
7 1 0xffffffff80a7f000 fa10 i915.ko (/boot/kernel/i915.ko)
8 2 0xffffffff80a8f000 21c48 drm.ko (/boot/kernel/drm.ko)
9 1 0xffffffff80ab1000 e648 usb2_controller_uhci.ko (/boot/kernel/usb2_controller_uhci.ko)
10 3 0xffffffff80ac0000 5168 usb2_controller.ko (/boot/kernel/usb2_controller.ko)
11 8 0xffffffff80ac6000 5c548 usb2_core.ko (/boot/kernel/usb2_core.ko)
12 1 0xffffffff80b23000 125a0 usb2_controller_ehci.ko (/boot/kernel/usb2_controller_ehci.ko)
13 1 0xffffffff80b36000 4e48 usb2_input_ms.ko (/boot/kernel/usb2_input_ms.ko)
14 2 0xffffffff80b3b000 560 usb2_input.ko (/boot/kernel/usb2_input.ko)
15 1 0xffffffff80b3c000 ff08 usb2_storage_mass.ko (/boot/kernel/usb2_storage_mass.ko)
16 2 0xffffffff80b4c000 570 usb2_storage.ko (/boot/kernel/usb2_storage.ko)
19 1 0xffffffff80c2e000 216 green_saver.ko (/boot/kernel/green_saver.ko)

Actually here what I have:

[wep4035] ~> cat /boot/loader.conf
loader_logo="beastie"
ichsmb_load="YES"
snd_hda_load="YES"
speaker_load="YES"
i915_load="YES"
usb2_controller_uhci_load="YES"
usb2_controller_ehci_load="YES"
usb2_input_ms_load="YES"
usb2_storage_mass_load="YES"

> Or try:
>
> kldunload usb2_storage_ata
>
> And:
>
> kldload usb2_storage_mass
>

Now I will play with offending usb stick and with another one
(actually microSDHC-usb adapter).

Can it be that some modules are automatically loaded when I insert usb stick?

Alexey.
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