On 11/7/08, Hans Petter Selasky wrote:
> On Friday 07 November 2008, Paul B. Mahol wrote:
>> On 11/7/08, M. Warner Losh wrote:

>
>> > : > After some time it will appear but will start attaching and
>> > : > dettaching all the time:

>
> How quick is this happening? There has been some changes to the
> sys/dev/usb2/core/uhub2.c file recently, which control how HUB is responding
> to events.


~3 seconds.

I got also this messages:

uhci1: LegSup = 0x2f00
uhci_interrupt: host controller halted
uhci_dumpregs:705: usbus1 regs: cmd=0000, sts=0020, intr=0000,
frnum=0000, flbase=3f7fa000, sof=0040, portsc1=0080, portsc2=0080
uhci_dump_qh:779: QH(0xc627e900) at 0x05a7e902: h_next=0x05a7db82
e_next=0x00000001
uhci_dump_qh:779: QH(0xc627db80) at 0x05a7db82: h_next=0x05a7dc02
e_next=0x00000001
uhci_dump_qh:779: QH(0xc627dc00) at 0x05a7dc02: h_next=0x05a7dc82
e_next=0x00000001
uhci_dump_qh:779: QH(0xc627dc80) at 0x05a7dc82: h_next=0x00000001
e_next=0x05a7dd00
uhci_interrupt: host controller halted
uhci_dumpregs:705: usbus1 regs: cmd=0000, sts=0020, intr=0000,
frnum=0000, flbase=3f7fa000, sof=0040, portsc1=0080, portsc2=0080
uhci_dump_qh:779: QH(0xc627e900) at 0x05a7e902: h_next=0x05a7db82
e_next=0x00000001
uhci_dump_qh:779: QH(0xc627db80) at 0x05a7db82: h_next=0x05a7dc02
e_next=0x00000001
uhci_dump_qh:779: QH(0xc627dc00) at 0x05a7dc02: h_next=0x05a7dc82
e_next=0x00000001
uhci_dump_qh:779: QH(0xc627dc80) at 0x05a7dc82: h_next=0x00000001
e_next=0x05a7dd00

Doesnt looks like hub is source of fault, one from perforce with
152460 comitt is not available
in CURRENT and with latest version of usb2_hub.c from perforce problem
is still there.

> Maybe you can get the date of that file from the build where it works and
> the
> build where it doesn't work, and I will check the differences.


Last time I tested usb2 from svn was before huge modularization.
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