Subject: Re: ehci and bge randomly not working
To: NetBSD current-users <current-users@NetBSD.org>
From: Chris Tribo <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 10/07/2005 20:30:38
I just came across a bug report on OpenBSD PR 4455 that describes the same
problem I'm having with EHCI. Except that it's on an nVidia AMD64 board.
I'll try his suggestion of running a non MP kernel, but it still sounds
like something is wrong in APIC interrupt handler/PCI Express land.
On Mon, 3 Oct 2005, Sam Leffler wrote:
> Steven M. Bellovin wrote:
> > In message <A2C1FB79-44FC-4B2E-8E10-EEC826C283F4@dtcc.edu>, Chris Tribo writes:
> >>Ever since 3.99.7/8 my EHCI and BGE controllers have been acting up
> >>more than usual.
> >>I've stated the clues to EHCI before, everything is normal in the
> >>dmesg except
> >>ehci_sync_hc: tsleep() = 35
> >>If 35 is errno, the man page says something about it being a
> >>temporary error condition, try again later. That doesn't make any
> >>sense to me but I don't really have a handle on the code either.
> >>bge is doing:
> >>bge0: watchdog timeout -- resetting
> >>bge0: block failed to stop: reg 0x1400, bit 0x00000002
> >>Its quite curious that they both seem to not work at the same time.
> >>Is this a symptom of not being able to get contiguous kernel memory
> >>for buffers? Or am I just "lucky"? The fact that this problem
> >>persists across multiple warm and cold boots and then suddenly works
> >>fine is also disturbing. Not being able to type or ssh in makes this
> >>box pretty much useless. Can someone please help me diagnose this?
> > For what it's worth, I have two bge desktops running -current, with no
> > problems. Nor have I seen any ehci problems.
> And I've got a dell 600m laptop w/ bge (BCM5702X) and ehci (Intel
> 82801/ICH4) that I've had hard lockups on (only option was to
> power-cycle). Couldn't pinpoint either as the culprit though at least
> once I was marking bge0 down when things locked up.
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dialog box and lets you press 'OK' first.
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