--- Remco <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:

> > Could it be that the usb_disconnect is a symptom
> of the bug instead of the
> > cause? It doesn't happen because of me physically
> disconnecting the
> > device, so it might be caused by the device not
> responding to lowlevel usb
> > traffic.  Which might have been caused by a hang
> in the chipset. Does this
> > reasoning make any sense?

Yes, I agree with you. I think that it might be some
concurrency issue that locks the usb hub: if you run
top when the stick disconnects, you'll notice that
khubd is in uninterruptible sleep as well as your
module. 

> mouse/keyboard. I think the oops (or several of
> them) may not exactly occur 
> the moment you notice any symptoms so I advise to
> double check your logs.

I'll have a look


Stéphane


        
        
                
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