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Re: Kernel panic with usbverbose (?) (=?UTF-8?Q?BERTRAND_Jo=c3=abl?=) writes:

> [ 10753.947813] DEBUG: module: unload requested for 'usbverbose' (TRUE)
> [ 10753.947813] DEBUG: module: unloaded module `usbverbose'

>After, all requests returns FALSE :

> [ 10787.090445] DEBUG: module: unload requested for 'usbverbose' (FALSE)

>	Another question : what is the signification of " [ 10767.042803]
>DEBUG: module: plist load returned error 2 for
> `/stand/amd64/9.0/modules/usbverbose/usbverbose.kmod'" ? 2 for ENOENT ?

The module loader also checks for a plist file with optional module parameters. It logs 2 (ENOENT) because there is no such plist file.

Loading the usbverbose manually by listing it in /etc/modules.conf
or using a kernel with the usbverbose module compiled in would be a

Your panic message lists PID 160 as the failing process. Was that
the bacula process or something else ?

  sysctl -w ddb.onpanic=1

you can make the system enter DDB when the panic occurs. You can then
identify the process that caused the panic.

                                Michael van Elst
                                "A potential Snark may lurk in every tree."

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