On Fri, 08 Mar 2013 11:38:13 -0800 Kevin Oberman wrote:
> On Fri, Mar 8, 2013 at 10:03 AM, Max Brazhnikov <m...@freebsd.org> wrote:
> > PID USERNAME THR PRI NICE SIZE RES STATE C TIME WCPU
> > COMMAND
> > 11 root 2 155 ki31 0K 32K RUN 1 4:16 120.35%
> > 12 root 18 -84 - 0K 288K WAIT 0 0:57 76.34% intr
> > I've got this after second boot today, although I couldn't reproduce it
> > yesterday even after ten attempts. But sometimes it's quite nasty and I
> > have
> > to reboot the system several times to get rid of it.
> > Max
> So the issue is that that the interrupts from one or another of the USB
> devices has exploded from near zero to around 40K when the kernel module is
> A couple of possibly irrelevant questions. Do you normally manually load
> the module? I did not research the issue, but when I manually load the
> module I was seeing things just grind to a halt. If I started Gnome, the
> module was loaded automatically by X, and things worked.
No I don't usually load it manually, I was just wondering what causes the
> Why loading the Intel KMS module would cause a massive increase in
> interrupts on a USB interface completely baffles me, but I suspect some
> sort of race is going on when the module is pre-loaded.
It happens if I allow X to load the module also, the problem is not due to
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