Kernel Bug Tracker – Bug 4306
USB no longer survives resume in 2.6.11
Last modified: 2005-08-17 10:41:10 UTC
Distribution: After upgrade to 2.6.11 (from 2.6.9) my USB-port needs
unloading/reloading of ehci/ohci modules to gut back to work after S3
Hardware Environment: SHARP PC-MM10
Software Environment: debian SID
Problem Description: Since I compiled 2.6.11 (using the config from 2.6.9 plus
the extra options make asked me :-) the usb subsystem no longer works after
suspending to ram. unloading and reloading ehci and ohci modules fixes it....
Steps to reproduce: boot
Created attachment 4688 [details]
the part of the syslog that was written during suspend/resume
BUGs #1884 and #2438 contain a lengthy description of my system
Created attachment 4689 [details]
the part of the syslog that was written during suspend/resume (more context)
Created attachment 4690 [details]
My current Kernel config (from /proc/config.gz)
Just discovered that the described behaviour is not always reproducible
I did not change anything in my suspend/resume process nor in my kernel or any
other part of the system but lately it worked.
on the other hand yesterday evening I lost all ACPI events after one
I had similar problems in early 2.6-rc and 2.6 kernels (until 2.6.3 I think)
Can you please retest 2.6.12-rc5 and provide an update?
seems to work again
but a new strange thing strikes me: the udev rule i configured for my memory-stick
no longer reacts on the serial number of the stick
i had to rwrite the rule to take the vendor name instead.
it seems, that some fields no longer are reported to hotplug ...
thanks for re-testing. please open a new bugzilla on
the memory stick issue if that is still a problem.