> If I remove "device pmtimer" from my config, I get a consistent panic, > or variation of: > > Fatal trap 12: page fault while in kernel mode > fault virtual address = 0x0 > fault code = supervisor read, page not present > instruction pointer = 0x8:0xc0135b0a7 > stack pointer = 0x10:0xd68f2c48 > frame pointer = 0x10:0xd68f2c64 > code segment = base 0x0 limit 0xffff, type 0x1b > processor eflags = interrupt enabled, resume, IOPL=0 > current process = 12 (swi7: tty:sio clock) > trap number = 12 > panic page fault > > ... > > > This is with leaving my USB 2.0 drive turned on during boot time. If > I use the same kernel (sans pmtimer) , but boot with my USB drive turned > off, all is well. Or, I can put pmtimer back in the kernel and boot > with the drive turned on, but sooner or later I'll get some type of > panic. Some kind of timimg issue?. > > I think all of these panics have something to do with leaving the USB > drive on at boot time. It seems like I don't have any issues if it > stays turned off. That's probably why we're not seeing any reports, I > doubt a lot of folks are using a USB 2.0 HD along with ehci... > > Again, all this started shortly after July 14th. The USB DMA changes > may have something to do with this... > I'll have time tomorrow to look at the commit logs, so I'll check out what changes went in, then make patches for each one that is likely to be a problem, and then submit them to you. That will allow you to pinpoint the exact commit that caused the problem.
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