Subject: Re: current panic: trap
To: Allen Briggs <>
From: Chris Tribo <>
List: port-macppc
Date: 12/15/2004 01:04:30
On Dec 14, 2004, at 11:56 PM, Allen Briggs wrote:

> Take a look at the 'rate' reported for various interrupts when it's
> working and when it's not.  vmstat -i should give you that.

I can't even get my mouse to work or a different USB keychain that is 
known working under NetBSD i386 and OS X.

uhub0: device problem, disabling port 1
uhub0: device problem, disabling port 2

I took out the USB card, put a different usb card in slot 3, and NetBSD 
refuses to see it. Both with 2.0 and 2.99.11. OpenFirmware can see it 
just fine though. NetBSD can see the FireWire card in slot 1 that I'm 
about to remove. OK now I just have the USB card in slot 3 and it 
doesn't see it in 2.0 nor 2.99.11

If I have the USB card in slot 1 and the starfire in slot 3, it sees 
both. But I can't bring up any of the starfire interfaces, it says no 

If I go USB,starfire,USB, both usb cards and the star fire are detected 
and it finds my LEXAR USB drive and the mouse. USB hot plugging seems 
to be working so far. The starfire won't bring up any interfaces still.

during an attempted transfer:

vmstat -i
interrupt		total		rate
cpu0 clock	23899	102
cpu0 soft clock	125		0
cpu0 soft net	460		1
irq 23 (usb1)	112		0
irq 24 (starfire)	4		0
irq 25 (usb2)	93		0
irq 12 (mesh)	7		0
irq 42 (bm)	239		1
irq 33 (bm)	283		1
irq 13 (ide0)	5159	22
irq 14 (ide1)	4		0
irq 18 (adb)	4111	17
Total			34496	148