Subject: Re: USB Mass storage failure
To: Stefan Sonnenberg-Carstens <firstname.lastname@example.org>
From: Joel Rees <email@example.com>
Date: 10/03/2004 15:29:59
On 2004.10.3, at 02:28 AM, Stefan Sonnenberg-Carstens wrote:
> Florian Stoehr wrote:
>> On Sat, 2 Oct 2004, Stefan Sonnenberg-Carstens wrote:
>>> Hi list, I've installed NetBSD 2.0 RC1,
>>> namely "NetBSD 2.0_RC1 NetBSD 2.0_RC1 (GENERIC) #0: Thu Sep 30
>>> UTC 2004
>>> When I put in my USB memory stick, the kernel says :
>>> Oct 2 15:51:56 /netbsd: umass0 at uhub0 port 1 configuration 1
>>> interface 0
>>> Oct 2 15:51:56 /netbsd:
>>> Oct 2 15:51:56 /netbsd: umass0: USB Solid state disk, rev
>>> addr 2
>>> Oct 2 15:51:56 /netbsd: umass0: using SCSI over Bulk-Only
>>> Oct 2 15:51:56 /netbsd: umass0: no buffer memory
>>> Can't mount, can't fdisk, nothing ?
>>> A serious error ?
>> Hm, have a look at this list during the last weeks, a well-known bug.
>> plug in the device at boot time - or try to "defrag" the memory - or
>> a look the the mailing list archive for details.
> What meens defrag memory ?
> Isn't that a show-stopper ?
Sort of but not quite, according to someone in a thread on umass
buffers somewhere in this search results page: