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RE: Errors Help need.



I assume we are using the latest driver. At least we are using the new dev tools and apps. But I'll try with the link you gave. So if I disable the usb ethernet will that help? We always get the same error so I'll later send you the register dump. We have two bluetooth devices (both Ericsson). When I plug the older ones, usb cannot address the usb driver. It says that is has assigned address X but the device has rejected it. But there is no problem with the newer ones. What may be causing this problems. By the way at least I've learned to use ksymoops :). 

Thanks alot for your help.
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--------- Original Message ---------

DATE: Mon, 15 Dec 2003 08:05:18
From: "Mikael Starvik" <mikael.starvik@xxxxxxx.com>
To: <bluetoothloo@xxxxxxx.com>
Cc: "dev-etrax" <dev-etrax@xxxxxxx.com>

>Wow, impressive oops! Is this in any way repeatable? Do you still have the
>OOPS output so I can see all registers?
>
>Basically the OOPS tell you that
>
>rest_init calls cpu_idle early in the startup
>cpu is idle
>USB IRQ occurs (sIRQ31)
>USB IRQ handler is running (etrax_usb_hc_interrupt_top_half)
>Ethernet receive IRQ occurs (sIRQ17)
>Something goes wrong in the handling of soft IRQs
>
>There could be a missing local_irq_disable in the USB IRQ handler. I
>assume that you already are running the latest USB driver from
>http://developer.axis.com/download/linux/drivers/?
>
>/Mikael
>
>-----Original Message-----
>From: Murat Loo [mailto:bluetoothloo@xxxxxxx.com] 
>Sent: Friday, December 12, 2003 6:50 PM
>To: bluetoothloo@xxxxxxx.com; Mikael Starvik
>Cc: dev-etrax
>Subject: RE: Errors Help need.
>
>
>Here is the dump from new kernel (2.4.22-mh1). The trace seems that there is
>something going wrong with axis stuff?
>What does the rest_init function do? Can the usb ethernet be causing these
>problems? Here is something stupid but before dumping the oops message we've
>get 00:40:8C:51:C4:<missing> which is the mac of ehternet cards.
>
>>>r0 ; c013090f <printk_buf.4+33/400>
>>>r2 ; c0130cdb <printk_buf.4+3ff/400>
>>>r3 ; c01200a8 <ipt_sockopts+18/2c>
>>>r4 ; c01094c0 <console_sem+0/10>
>>>r5 ; c01254a0 <init_task_union+14a0/2000>
>>>r6 ; c01308dc <printk_buf.4+0/400>
>>>r8 ; b0000098 Before first symbol
>>>r9 ; c0130865 <buf.0+39d/400>
>>>r10; c0130a41 <printk_buf.4+165/400>
>>>r12; c00f73b3 <bl_order+a573/18740>
>>>r13; c01254a0 <init_task_union+14a0/2000>
>Trace; c0008532 <printk+0/14e>
>Trace; c005b912 <show_stack+0/8a>
>Trace; c005ba70 <show_registers+d4/13a>
>Trace; c005bb36 <die_if_kernel+34/46>
>Trace; c0008532 <printk+0/14e>
>Trace; c005de16 <do_page_fault+222/2cc>
>Trace; c005dbf0 <handle_mmu_bus_fault+b0/b4>
>Trace; c005b72a <mmu_bus_fault+28/30>
>Trace; c00085b2 <printk+80/14e>
>Trace; c00085b2 <printk+80/14e>
>Trace; c0008532 <printk+0/14e>
>Trace; c005ddfc <do_page_fault+208/2cc>
>Trace; c005dbf0 <handle_mmu_bus_fault+b0/b4>
>Trace; c005b72a <mmu_bus_fault+28/30>
>Trace; c00085b2 <printk+80/14e>
>Trace; c00085b2 <printk+80/14e>
>Trace; c0008532 <printk+0/14e>
>Trace; c005ddfc <do_page_fault+208/2cc>
>Trace; c005dbf0 <handle_mmu_bus_fault+b0/b4>
>Trace; c005b72a <mmu_bus_fault+28/30>
>Trace; c00085b2 <printk+80/14e>
>Trace; c00085b2 <printk+80/14e>
>Trace; c0008532 <printk+0/14e>
>Trace; c005ddfc <do_page_fault+208/2cc>
>Trace; c005dbf0 <handle_mmu_bus_fault+b0/b4>
>Trace; c005b72a <mmu_bus_fault+28/30>
>Trace; c00085b2 <printk+80/14e>
>Trace; c00085b2 <printk+80/14e>
>Trace; c0008532 <printk+0/14e>
>Trace; c005ddfc <do_page_fault+208/2cc>
>Trace; c005dbf0 <handle_mmu_bus_fault+b0/b4>
>Trace; c005b72a <mmu_bus_fault+28/30>
>Trace; c00085b2 <printk+80/14e>
>Trace; c00085b2 <printk+80/14e>
>Trace; c0008532 <printk+0/14e>
>Trace; c005ddfc <do_page_fault+208/2cc>
>Trace; c005c5c4 <do_IRQ+82/86>
>Trace; c005c0e2 <sIRQ17_interrupt+18/2e>
>Trace; c0064ff8 <SHATransform+16/10e>
>Trace; c0065012 <SHATransform+30/10e>
>Trace; c005dbf0 <handle_mmu_bus_fault+b0/b4>
>Trace; c00085b2 <printk+80/14e>
>Trace; c00085b2 <printk+80/14e>
>Trace; c0008532 <printk+0/14e>
>Trace; c00891d6 <etrax_usb_hc_interrupt_top_half+f2/f6>
>Trace; c005ddfc <do_page_fault+208/2cc>
>Trace; c00bfe7c <__ip_conntrack_find+26/a4>
>Trace; c00c01aa <ip_conntrack_tuple_taken+1a/40>
>Trace; c00c4552 <ip_nat_used_tuple+24/2a>
>Trace; c00c49c2 <get_unique_tuple+cc/186>
>Trace; c005dbf0 <handle_mmu_bus_fault+b0/b4>
>Trace; c005b72a <mmu_bus_fault+28/30>
>Trace; c00085b2 <printk+80/14e>
>Trace; c00085b2 <printk+80/14e>
>Trace; c0008532 <printk+0/14e>
>Trace; c005ddfc <do_page_fault+208/2cc>
>Trace; c0061cc0 <n_tty_receive_buf+2cc/30c>
>Trace; c009c20c <ip_rcv+18a/1ca>
>Trace; c009c38e <ip_rcv_finish+0/1f2>
>Trace; c005dbf0 <handle_mmu_bus_fault+b0/b4>
>Trace; c005b72a <mmu_bus_fault+28/30>
>Trace; c0018ff4 <kmem_cache_alloc+a/c>
>Trace; c005c596 <do_IRQ+54/86>
>Trace; c005c466 <sIRQ31_interrupt+18/2e>
>Trace; c005a9e4 <default_idle+0/c>
>Trace; c005a9ee <default_idle+a/c>
>Trace; c005aa34 <cpu_idle+44/5c>
>Trace; c005a9e4 <default_idle+0/c>
>Trace; c005a9ee <default_idle+a/c>
>Trace; c005aa36 <cpu_idle+46/5c>
>Trace; c0008532 <printk+0/14e>
>Trace; c000407a <rest_init+2a/2c>
> 
> 
>6 warnings issued.  Results may not be reliable.
>Decoding Code:  Bad IP value.
>objdump-cris: oops.code: no symbols
> 
>oops.code:     file format binary
> 
>Disassembly of section .data:
> 
>00000000 <.data>:
>   0:   bad2                    subq 58,$r13
>   2:   9fa5                    neg.w $pc,$r10
>   4:   eee0                    ba 0xf4
>
>--
>
>--------- Original Message ---------
>
>DATE: Fri, 12 Dec 2003 07:49:37
>From: "Mikael Starvik" <mikael.starvik@xxxxxxx.com>
>To: <bluetoothloo@xxxxxxx.com>
>Cc: "dev-etrax" <dev-etrax@xxxxxxx.com>
>
>>I have no idea. There is nothing in the traces that indicates a
>>memory handling error. I would expect a <handle_mmu_bus_fault+b4/b8>
>>entry. I guess that you have checked that IPC is enabled in the
>>kernel. Anyway I think that this is not related to the CRIS port
>>itself. Did the bluez guys recommend any particular kernel version?
>>2.4.20 may be too old.
>>
>>/Mikael
>>
>>-----Original Message-----
>>From: owner-dev-etrax@xxxxxxx.com">mailto:owner-dev-etrax@xxxxxxx.com] On
>>Behalf Of Murat Loo
>>Sent: Thursday, December 11, 2003 11:35 PM
>>To: bluetoothloo@xxxxxxx.com; Mikael Starvik
>>Cc: dev-etrax
>>Subject: RE: Errors Help need.
>>
>>
>>Hi, 
>>
>>The bluez guys said to update bluez?. Kernel again panics when I try to
>>write something to a bluetooth socket. However this time, every trace
>>leads to different results. However they have things in common. Below
>>you can find two traces, given by the same program :):
>>Trace; c0008408 <printk+0/144>
>>Trace; c005d836 <sys_msgsnd+ea/284>
>>Trace; c005d992 <sys_msgsnd+246/284>
>>Trace; c005da6c <sys_msgrcv+9c/2de>
>>Trace; c0008408 <printk+0/144>
>>Trace; c005fcfe <sys_shmctl+4de/786>
>>Trace; c005faf8 <sys_shmctl+2d8/786>
>>Trace; c005d656 <sys_msgctl+5e2/69c>
>>Trace; c008b0fc <flash_probe+80/c8>
>>Trace; c005e4c6 <semctl_nolock+d2/1fa>
>>Trace; c005c910 <grow_ary+48/6c>
>>Trace; c005e39a <copy_semid_to_user+4e/a8>
>>Trace; c005c910 <grow_ary+48/6c>
>>Trace; c005c91a <grow_ary+52/6c>
>>Trace; c0087a8c <e100rxtx_interrupt+2e/1a4>
>>Trace; c005c910 <grow_ary+48/6c>
>>Trace; c005c91a <grow_ary+52/6c>
>>Trace; c005c962 <ipc_addid+2e/90>
>>Trace; c000407a <rest_init+2a/2c>
>>And another trace (oops:0002)
>>Oops: 0Trace; c0008408 <printk+0/144>
>>Trace; c005d836 <sys_msgsnd+ea/284>
>>Trace; c005d992 <sys_msgsnd+246/284>
>>Trace; c005da6c <sys_msgrcv+9c/2de>
>>Trace; c0008408 <printk+0/144>
>>Trace; c005fcfe <sys_shmctl+4de/786>
>>Trace; c005faf8 <sys_shmctl+2d8/786>
>>Trace; c005d656 <sys_msgctl+5e2/69c>
>>
>>The trace seems that there is some share memory error? What do you think
>>this can caused by? 
>>
>>Thanks in advance
>>Murat Loo
>>
>>
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