On 25/05/2011, at 9:51, Hans Petter Selasky wrote:
>>> current. There is also a new utility called usbdump, which can be used to
>>> figure out what is going on.
>> I am running 9-current (in production for my sins..)
>> usbdump is useful but consumes too much CPU at my data rate :(
> You probably need an USB analyzer to figure out the real problem. Have you 
> tried to start usbdump only once the problem happens?

I'll try and cook something up to run it when the problem happens.

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