With a Logitech USB mouse plugged into a WS330
running qa0327 I get error messages spewed to
usb-uhci.c: interupt status 3, frame # xxx
eventually the system is brought to it's knees with massive amounts of
Interesting. Do they stop if mouse is unplugged?
Created attachment 14044 [details]
Rate limit patch
Duplication of this problem here.
Toshiba 2800-S201 UHCI controller. IOMEGA ZipCD 250 USB. The drive is recognized and works fine -- but, if a disk is not present in the drive, a
continuous stream of 'kernel: usb-uhci.c: interrupt, status 3, frame#xxx' is emitted (and logged in /var/log/messages!). The stream stops once a disk is
mounted --and starts back when the disk is ejected.
QA0327, kernel 2.4.2-0.1.40.
Too much going into /var/log/messages for my taste. Don't have room for kernel sources on this notebook, unfortunately, or I'd try the patch above.
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I think status&0x02 is inconsequential. I will talk
to the usb-devel list, see what David B. and Johannes
have to say. For RH7.1 we'll have rate limit, with
true resolution in updates (hence, deferred).
Here's a workaround, I'm assuming that you are using the usb-uhci module. If you
are, change the module to uhci (note the missing usb-). That worked for me with
my Logitech Mouseman Wheel (USB).
This doesn't solve the problem since the usb-uhci module should be fixed, but at
least you will be able to use the console without those messages popping up
Hah. OF COURSE uhci "fixes" the problem -
it DOES NOT HAVE that printout. In other
respects its interrupt processing is identical.
It uhci works for you, my "fix" will work too.