Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 1000638
System freezes when inserting second, third.. usb storage device (usb3.0)
Last modified: 2015-02-17 11:53:54 EST
Description of problem:
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
1. Insert one usb-stick and work "on" it e.g. creating a bootstick.
2. Then insert another usb-stick.
3. System freezes until the last inserted usb-device is unplugged.
HP EliteBook p8460
64 bit Fedora 19 - Gnome 3.8
Usbutils are not the correct place for this bug. Lets try kernel.
But can you please give us some logs? Ideally reproduce the issue and then paste here output of 'dmesg' and 'journalctl -b'
Today i had time to do what i'm intrested in...... i'm first wondered, that the error/fail, caus of which i opened this ticket/bug didn't appears. so i started to run several test with dd (read/write) with one or more usb-sticks. And an error appears again. system freezes when i take out on stick from my eSata-port while another stick was still in one of the usb-3.0 ports. since this no device is accepted/supported at the usb-3 ports. just at the esata. so i ran dmesg and journalctl -b.
i attach the whole output of dmesg and the latest 200 lines of journalctl -b.
Created attachment 795125 [details]
Created attachment 795126 [details]
i dont know why
"vnc 2013-09-07 11:21:48 EDT
Component: kernel → 0ad"
some dmesg output after a short freeze when inserting an usb-stick:
[ 4064.023089] usb 3-2: device not accepting address 2, error -108
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