Hans Petter Selasky wrote:
> On Thursday 13 October 2011 20:06:34 Oliver Fromme wrote:
> > I just got this panic on a recent stable/8 amd/64 system:
> > panic: umass1: Unknown state 1
> > Here's a screen shot from the KVM console:
> > http://www.secnetix.de/olli/tmp/umass-panic.jpg
> > Unfortunately, the crash dump that was written seems to be
> > lost. A quick search on the PRs doesn't reveal anything
> > either ... has anyone seen this type of panic before?
> > It happened when I was switching virtual remote drives in
> > the management application of an IBM blade center, i.e.
> > the USB drive is actually a virtual drive emulated by the
> > blade management system. I did similar things a few times
> > before without a panic, so this isn't 100% reproducable.
> > Also, I'm reluctant to try again because this is a quite
> > important production server.
> ehci_softintr() is not part of the USB stack in 8-stable and 9-stable. Must
> 7-stable you are running.
You are right! I'm sorry for the confusion.
The disk contains a dual-boot setup with both 7-stable and
8-stable. Indeed, at the time the panic occured, 7-stable
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