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Summary of changes from v2. Some devices failed because the this method enabled unused PCI Interrupt Link Devices, which disrupted active link devices. This is also a step toward allowing the addition of new root bridges and PRTs at run-time.
It also changes printks that are in direct response to errors in resource allocations. Modified with feedback from hch Signed-off-by: It could also result in a leak of command blocks, depending on when it timed out. For more info see Red Hat bugzilla entries and Signed-off-by: Specifically the megaraid3 series devices used an intel pci ID The code to do this in 2.
The following patch puts back the 2. So, here's the first one - remove DeviceCnt. On Wed, 26 MayChristoph Hellwig wrote: One bit field replaces a bunch of data structures holding special case information.
Add code for two additional patterns Rhine III. We never solved the control timeout problem. After a disconnect the driver would still accept URBs for endpoint 0, leading to an oops. With it, since 2. They'd give the wrong descriptors, like: So this patch makes sure they don't.
Plus, it stops printing messages when retrying. It also reduces the number of retries; the first retry seems to resolve most of these firmware problems. It contains the workaround David suggested.
The change set is relative to my last patch rewriting probe. In case of disconnect this work must be waited for. Minor cleanups for hub driver Greg: This patch takes care of some small miscellaneous items in hub. Move the definition of CONFIG to the right place; Print the proper value for submission status in the error log; Remove an unused list of all hubs; Remove some unneeded braces; Kill an accidentally-resurrected comment.
Some other features of the patch: The comment about configuration choice needing to interact with hub power budgeting has been moved in accordance with David's wish. It is now defined as a non-inline routine when debugging is enabled and as an inline no-op otherwise the compiler will optimize away the useless tests. These can be used to more cleanly define attributes in your own code.
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Or at least be consistent. SuSE is shipping with this IO. This allows for more consolidated and cleaner definition of and management of attributes. Each class device St catharines girls nude is registered with the class gets that set of attributes added for them, and subsequently removed when the device is unregistered. Each array depends on a terminating attribute with a NULL name. This enables udev support.
Here are the results for the SMP: Okay, I feel better. It looks like those errors you see are caused by a bug in the vor driver. The patch below ought to help. The Kyocera appears to have the same setup as the Trio.Mr Mature Sex Line Perfect
Its endpoints are laid out like this: I also changed the comment; it appears there was an error in the original comment about the treo: Changes in this release: Future versions may include: Done in the attached patch.
Tested as usual and a bit harder. Let's start by kicking out the 2. Just noticed that I never sent the promised patch.
I also added a few other IDs, since we have them in our 2. Having them in 2. Is this a bug or a feature? Here is a patch: I've sent the patch to the maintainer stated in pegasus. The patch php apply cleanly on 2. It wakes up threads waiting for an endpoint to be disabled in the oddball case where interrupts aren't working.
This should have been in a IO patch but I missed it. It disables PCI interrupt generation whenever the controller is reset and enables it when the controller is started.
Debounce all connect change events This patch makes the hub driver debounce all connection changes. However, the whole point of debouncing is that the connection is subject to transient interruptions until it has stabilized; hence deciding whether to debounce based on a single initial test defeats the entire purpose.
There are some additional smaller changes that go along with the major one: Don't clear the mindef connect-changed feature if it wasn't set. Skip debouncing if there wasn't a physical connection change but only a logical port-enable change or a firmware-download- induced device morph -- not yet implemented. This will reduce syslog clutter from status change bits that remain set while khubd is busy taking care of a new device.
The patch xane no changes to the debounce routine itself. Vastly improved comments that are now unambiguous and accurately descriptive of the code.
Local variables changed to more sensible names. The stability period is now reported in milliseconds rather than a meaningless poll count. The sleep interval is moved from the start of the loop to the end, so that the first time through we read the port status immediately.
The changes I wanted to make but other people were worried about are included as comments. A later small patch will uncomment them for testing.
Increase the total timeout period from ms to ms. Check the port's connect-changed status during the polling loop. The current code waits for the full timeout period if there isn't a connection.
In previous emails I have responded to all the aane raised by others about these changes, and I can't imagine how they could cause any trouble. Increasing the total timeout won't affect sabe with properly functioning hardware.Beautiful Couple Wants Sex Fresno California
Their connections will quickly stabilize and the routine will return just as before. People with flaky hardware that takes a long time to settle down will now be able to use their fpr. Checking the connect-changed status during the polling loop will make the test more conservative. Furthermore, this makes the test compliant with the USB specification, which requires the stability timer to be restarted whenever a connection change occurs.
Ipen early for disconnections is a simple optimization.
It's more important now that the total timeout length is 1. I urge you to apply this patch and for people to try it out. If there do turn out to be problems Only with the 2.
Those attributes can be used by a a simple script to generate an add-symbol-file command for gdb, something like: Section names are unmunged, so "ls -a" is needed to see most of them. Tuncer M zayamut Ayaz Signed-off-by: Problems with cyberjack usb-serial-module since kernel 2. Ok, here you are!
Attached is a patch for linux Without this, a write-request stalls with error Without this, the device doesn't even open and returns However, note that I blindly duplicated the release approach used by other usb camera drivers, replacing the current no-op.
It also takes the opportunity to make the subroutine a little easier to read.
This patch adds a new data structure called the "partial page list" which helps the kernel keep track of precisely which 4k pages are in use by the IA application. Armed with this data, the kernel can make better decisions at munmap ttonite mprotect time.
No significant performance degradation was observed in the workloads we tested and in some cases, the performance actually improved!