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Re: iomemory causing a data bus error

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Subject: Re: iomemory causing a data bus error
From: Jon Dufresne <jon.dufresne@infinitevideocorporation.com>
Date: Thu, 07 Feb 2008 15:32:56 -0500
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I took some time and wrote a VERY simplified driver. The driver is now
doing only the required steps to test this error. I figured this would
localize the problem as much as possible. When I run this new driver. I
now see the following error:

ohci_hcd 0000:00:09.0: OHCI Unrecoverable Error, disabled
ohci_hcd 0000:00:09.0: HC died; cleaning up
irq 55: nobody cared (try booting with the "irqpoll" option)
Call
Trace:[<8006926c>][<8006926c>][<800ab1cc>][<800ab434>][<800aa27c>][<800aa27c>][<800aa3b8>][<8007faac>][<80085e9c>][<80085e70>][<8006386c>][<80061310>][<8009e3c4>][<8019d278>][<80062040>][<80062040>][<800]
handlers:
[<801dd630>]
[<801ecce8>]
[<801ecce8>]
[<801ecce8>]
[<801ae6c8>]
Disabling IRQ #55

It looks to me like there is a problem with the USB driver. An
interesting note is that my device's interrupt is also irq 55. I have
tried this simplified driver both requesting the interrupt, in which
case it is never triggered, and not requesting the interrupt. Both cases
end the same way. After I get that message the system is still running,
but extremely slowly.

Any ideas?

Thanks,
Jon


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