Re: How to interpret PM_TRACE output
From: Pavel Machek
Date: Thu Dec 28 2006 - 03:40:25 EST
> > > developer documentation, and one short paragraph about PM_TRACE that
> > > tells me nothing new. Could you point me to the documentation part that
> > > you are referring to, and that tells me what to do if PM_TRACE shows
> > > the usb device but the failure only occurs when I load the sk98lin
> > > driver?
> > Hmmm, so it fails somewhere in usb only if sk98lin is loaded? If you
> > unload it again, resume works? Are usb interrupts shared? Where
> Yes, it works with sky2. Yes, the USB device that is reported to fail
> by PM_TRACE shares the interrupt with eth0, which is sk98lin (see my
> original posting in this thread).
> > exactly in the usb does it fail?
> I don't know, all I have is the PM_TRACE output.
> Meanwhile, tried to remove uhci_hcd before suspend, and wakeup works
Send a nice bug report to usb people, then...
Thanks for all the (sleeping) penguins.
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