Ian Lepore wrote on 03/26/16 02:11 AM:
On Fri, 2016-03-25 at 23:33 +0300, Ruslan Makhmatkhanov wrote:
Hello,

I have this in pciconf output:

=====================================================================
=
none1@pci0:36:0:0:      class=0x088000 card=0x167e103c
chip=0x2392197b
rev=0x30 hdr=0x00
      vendor     = 'JMicron Technology Corp.'
      device     = 'SD/MMC Host Controller'
      class      = base peripheral

none2@pci0:36:0:3:      class=0x088000 card=0x167e103c
chip=0x2393197b
rev=0x30 hdr=0x00
      vendor     = 'JMicron Technology Corp.'
      device     = 'MS Host Controller'
      class      = base peripheral
=====================================================================
=

And my SD-card controller is not working anymore (it worked on
-current
on the same laptop year or two ago). Do I need to load some kld to
make
it working, or support for this controllers was dropped altogether
for
some reason? I have mostly vanilla GENERIC at r296772, but it
actually
stopped to work much earlier.

Thanks.


Do you have a pciconf entry for class=080501 chip=0x2391197b, device
would probably be "SD Host Controller", and if so, is it none@pci or
sdhci_pci@pci ?  If sdhci_pci attached, there would be dmesg output for
it, and I'm curious whether any irq-related error showed up when it
attached.

The only change I can find that might have some effect is a switch to
MSI-based interrupts some time ago.  That was MFC'd to 10-stable in
r271051, and that's very close to range cited in that PR.

It might be worth trying to set hw.sdhci.enable_msi=0 in loader.conf
and see if it makes a difference.

-- Ian

Sorry, but nothing has changed in pciconf/dmesg with this option at boot.

--
Regards,
Ruslan

T.O.S. Of Reality
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