Opened 12 years ago

Closed 12 years ago

Last modified 12 years ago

#1167 closed bug (fixed)

USB stack built for BONE crashes in UHCI finish thread

Reported by: jonas.kirilla Owned by: mmlr
Priority: normal Milestone: R1
Component: Drivers/USB Version: R1/pre-alpha1
Keywords: Cc:
Blocked By: Blocking:
Has a Patch: no Platform: x86

Description

Feedback as per requested in the last paragraph: http://haiku-os.org/blog/mmlr/2007-04-20/using_the_haiku_usb_stack

" Problems in uhci finish thread : segment violation address: 0x80233070, op: 1 pc: 0x00175563, tmid: 2 thid: 10 kernel debugger: Welcome to Kernel Debugging Land...

eax 00000000 ebp 0122c944 cs 0008 | area 004b3768 (kernel_intel_text) ebx 00000040 esp 0122c8f8 ss 0010 | addr 00100000 size 00086000 ecx 00000040 edi 300f6600 ds 0010 | edx 00000000 esi 80233070 es 0010 | Thread: uhci finish thread eip 00175563 flag 00010246 fs 0000 | Team: kernel_team

trap 0000000e err 00000000 gs 0000 | Stack Trace follows:

00000000 00175563 memcpy_pIII+0047 0122c944 0021a012 CreateFilledTransfer4UHCIP8TransferPP7uhci_tdPP7uhci_qh+00aa 0122c984 002196ef FinishTransfers4UHCI+0387 0122c9e4 0021935f FinishThread4UHCIPv+001f "

This is on R5/Bone, at the very start of copying a 233MB file from /boot to a USB flash drive. I can't try the same thing in Haiku as the umass (usb_scsi) driver hasn't been adapted to Haiku, IIRC.

The CPU is a P4/Celeron, the motherboard is an Asus P4-XP (IIRC) with the intel 845 chipset. The only other USB device connected, that I know of, is a USB mouse by Microsoft.

I can read from the USB flash media without problems, but writing to it KDLs. I get the feeling that creating folders and small files is less likely to crash than is creating large files.

The media is in FAT format.

The full syslog will be uploaded shortly.

A thought: memcpy_pIII, P4-class CPU? Another one: Is too much memory allocated by the USB driver for the transfer?

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Bone USB KDL syslog.txt (30.1 KB) - added by jonas.kirilla 12 years ago.
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Change History (11)

Changed 12 years ago by jonas.kirilla

Attachment: Bone USB KDL syslog.txt added

Bone USB KDL syslog

comment:1 in reply to:  description Changed 12 years ago by mmlr

Status: newassigned

Replying to jonas.kirilla:

A thought: memcpy_pIII, P4-class CPU?

There weren't really P4 CPUs when the optimized memcpy routines were written I suppose. It's normal to get memcpy_pIII and it shouldn't be a problem. The error indicates that the the UHCI module tried to read or write to unallocated memory.

Another one: Is too much memory allocated by the USB driver for the transfer?

There can't really be too much memory allocated for a transfer as the USB stack has it's own memory allocator with only a few hundred kilobytes available. If too much memory was allocated you would get output in the syslog stating that the allocator ran out of memory.

It seems that you only have USB 1.1 controllers there or the device used is USB 1.1 only as the UHCI module is used at all. Can you provide some info about the device you used (using usb_dev_info from Haiku or USBDeskbarView/USBCommander)?

comment:2 Changed 12 years ago by jonas.kirilla

This is what USBDeskbarView says on R5/Bone (+native USB stack)

Product : USB Mass Storage Device
Manufacturer : 
SerialNumber : c2d276643ea124
Class : 0
Subclass : 0
Protocol : 0
VendorID : 4719
ProductID : 353
Version : 256

+ Configuration : 0
  + Interface : 0
    Class : 8 (Mass storage)
    SubClass : 6 (?)
    Protocol : 80 (?)
    + EndPoint : 0
      MaxPacketSize= 64
      Interval= 1
      Bulk
      Direction= Output
    + EndPoint : 1
      MaxPacketSize= 64
      Interval= 1
      Bulk
      Direction= Input
    + EndPoint : 2
      MaxPacketSize= 64
      Interval= 8
      Interrupt
      Direction= Input

comment:3 Changed 12 years ago by jonas.kirilla

usb_dev_info in Haiku:

[Device]
Class .................. 0
Subclass ............... 0
Protocol ............... 0
Max Endpoint 0 Packet .. 64
USB Version ............ 0x0200
Vendor ID .............. 0x126f
Product ID ............. 0x0161
Product Version ........ 0x0100
Manufacturer String .... ""
Product String ......... "USB Mass Storage Device"
Serial Number .......... "c2d276643ea124"
  [Configuration 0]
  Configuration String . ""
    [Interface 0]
    Class .............. 8
    Subclass ........... 6
    Protocol ........... 80
    Interface String ... ""
      [Endpoint 0]
      MaxPacketSize .... 64
      Interval ......... 1
      Type ............. Bulk
      Direction ........ Output
      [Endpoint 1]
      MaxPacketSize .... 64
      Interval ......... 1
      Type ............. Bulk
      Direction ........ Input
      [Endpoint 2]
      MaxPacketSize .... 64
      Interval ......... 8
      Type ............. Interrupt
      Direction ........ Input

comment:4 Changed 12 years ago by jonas.kirilla

Haiku listdev:

device Bridge (Host bridge) [6|0|0]
  vendor 8086: Intel Corporation
  device 1a30: 82845 845 (Brookdale) Chipset Host Bridge

device Bridge (PCI bridge, Normal decode) [6|4|0]
  vendor 8086: Intel Corporation
  device 1a31: 82845 845 (Brookdale) Chipset AGP Bridge

device Display controller (VGA compatible controller, VGA) [3|0|0]
  vendor 10de: nVidia Corporation
  device 0326: NV34 [GeForce FX 5500]

device Bridge (PCI bridge, Normal decode) [6|4|0]
  vendor 8086: Intel Corporation
  device 244e: 82801 PCI Bridge

device Serial bus controller (USB Controller, UHCI) [c|3|0]
  vendor 1106: VIA Technologies, Inc.
  device 3038: VT82xxxxx UHCI USB 1.1 Controller

device Serial bus controller (USB Controller, UHCI) [c|3|0]
  vendor 1106: VIA Technologies, Inc.
  device 3038: VT82xxxxx UHCI USB 1.1 Controller

device Serial bus controller (USB Controller, EHCI) [c|3|20]
  vendor 1106: VIA Technologies, Inc.
  device 3104: USB 2.0

device Multimedia controller (Multimedia audio controller) [4|1|0]
  vendor 1102: Creative Labs
  device 0002: SB Live! EMU10k1

device Input device controller [9|80|0]
  vendor 1102: Creative Labs
  device 7002: SB Live! Game Port

device Network controller (Ethernet controller) [2|0|0]
  vendor 10ec: Realtek Semiconductor Co., Ltd.
  device 8139: RTL-8139/8139C/8139C+

device Communication controller (Serial controller, 16550) [7|0|2]
  vendor 14d2: Titan Electronics Inc
  device 8020: VScom 200L 1 port serial adaptor

device Bridge (ISA bridge) [6|1|0]
  vendor 8086: Intel Corporation
  device 2440: 82801BA ISA Bridge (LPC)

device Mass storage controller (IDE interface) [1|1|80]
  vendor 8086: Intel Corporation
  device 244b: 82801BA IDE U100
     device [0|0]
     vendor        ST312002	model              6A	type Direct Access
     device [0|0]
     vendor            _NEC	model DVD_RW ND-3520A	type CDROM

device Serial bus controller (USB Controller, UHCI) [c|3|0]
  vendor 8086: Intel Corporation
  device 2442: 82801BA/BAM USB (Hub #1)

device Serial bus controller (USB Controller, UHCI) [c|3|0]
  vendor 8086: Intel Corporation
  device 2444: 82801BA/BAM USB (Hub #2)

device Multimedia controller (Multimedia audio controller) [4|1|0]
  vendor 8086: Intel Corporation
  device 2445: 82801BA/BAM AC'97 Audio

comment:5 Changed 12 years ago by jonas.kirilla

R5/Bone listdev:

ISA bus, device #0: Communication Device (Serial) [7|0|2]
Current configuration: irq [4] 
  io range:  min 3f8 max 3f8 align 0 len 8
4 configurations

Possible configuration #0: irq [4] 
  io range:  min 3f8 max 3f8 align 0 len 8

Possible configuration #1: irq [3] 
  io range:  min 2f8 max 2f8 align 0 len 8

Possible configuration #2: irq [4] 
  io range:  min 3e8 max 3e8 align 0 len 8

Possible configuration #3: irq [10] 
  io range:  min 2e8 max 2e8 align 0 len 8

Bus-dependent information:
CSN 0 LDN 0  

ISA bus, device #1: Mass Storage Controller (Floppy) [1|2|0]
Current configuration: irq [6] dma [2] 
  io range:  min 3f2 max 3f2 align 0 len 4
1 configurations

Possible configuration #0: irq [6] dma [2] 
  io range:  min 3f2 max 3f2 align 0 len 4

Bus-dependent information:
CSN 5 LDN 0  

ISA bus, device #2: Memory Controller (RAM) [5|0|0]
Current configuration: 
  mem range: min 0 max 0 align 0 len a0000
  mem range: min 100000 max 100000 align 0 len 1ff00000
  mem range: min e8000 max e8000 align 0 len 8000
  mem range: min f0000 max f0000 align 0 len 4000
  mem range: min f4000 max f4000 align 0 len 4000
  mem range: min f8000 max f8000 align 0 len 8000
  mem range: min cf400 max cf400 align 0 len c00
  mem range: min fff80000 max fff80000 align 0 len 80000
1 configurations

Possible configuration #0: 
  mem range: min 0 max 0 align 0 len a0000
  mem range: min 100000 max 100000 align 0 len 1ff00000
  mem range: min e8000 max e8000 align 0 len 8000
  mem range: min f0000 max f0000 align 0 len 4000
  mem range: min f4000 max f4000 align 0 len 4000
  mem range: min f8000 max f8000 align 0 len 8000
  mem range: min cf400 max cf400 align 0 len c00
  mem range: min fff80000 max fff80000 align 0 len 80000

Bus-dependent information:
CSN 9 LDN 0  

ISA bus, device #3: Generic System Peripheral (PIC) [8|0|1]
Current configuration: irq [2] 
  io range:  min 20 max 20 align 0 len 2
  io range:  min a0 max a0 align 0 len 2
  io range:  min 4d0 max 4d0 align 0 len 2
1 configurations

Possible configuration #0: irq [2] 
  io range:  min 20 max 20 align 0 len 2
  io range:  min a0 max a0 align 0 len 2
  io range:  min 4d0 max 4d0 align 0 len 2

Bus-dependent information:
CSN a LDN 0  

ISA bus, device #4: Generic System Peripheral (Timer) [8|2|1]
Current configuration: irq [0] 
  io range:  min 40 max 40 align 0 len 4
1 configurations

Possible configuration #0: irq [0] 
  io range:  min 40 max 40 align 0 len 4

Bus-dependent information:
CSN b LDN 0  

ISA bus, device #5: Generic System Peripheral (RTC) [8|3|1]
Current configuration: irq [8] 
  io range:  min 70 max 70 align 0 len 2
1 configurations

Possible configuration #0: irq [8] 
  io range:  min 70 max 70 align 0 len 2

Bus-dependent information:
CSN c LDN 0  

ISA bus, device #6: Input Device (Keyboard) [9|0|0]
Current configuration: irq [1] 
  io range:  min 60 max 60 align 0 len 1
  io range:  min 64 max 64 align 0 len 1
1 configurations

Possible configuration #0: irq [1] 
  io range:  min 60 max 60 align 0 len 1
  io range:  min 64 max 64 align 0 len 1

Bus-dependent information:
CSN d LDN 0  

ISA bus, device #7: CPU (486) [b|1|0]
Current configuration: irq [13] 
  io range:  min f0 max f0 align 0 len 1
1 configurations

Possible configuration #0: irq [13] 
  io range:  min f0 max f0 align 0 len 1

Bus-dependent information:
CSN e LDN 0  

ISA bus, device #8: Generic System Peripheral (DMA) [8|1|1]
Current configuration: dma [4] 
  io range:  min 0 max 0 align 0 len 10
  io range:  min 80 max 80 align 0 len 11
  io range:  min 94 max 94 align 0 len c
  io range:  min c0 max c0 align 0 len 1f
1 configurations

Possible configuration #0: dma [4] 
  io range:  min 0 max 0 align 0 len 10
  io range:  min 80 max 80 align 0 len 11
  io range:  min 94 max 94 align 0 len c
  io range:  min c0 max c0 align 0 len 1f

Bus-dependent information:
CSN f LDN 0  

ISA bus, device #9: Generic System Peripheral (Other) [8|80|0]
Current configuration: 
  io range:  min 61 max 61 align 1 len 1
1 configurations

Possible configuration #0: 
  io range:  min 61 max 61 align 1 len 1

Bus-dependent information:
CSN 10 LDN 0  

ISA bus, device #10: Bridge Device (PCI-PCI) [6|4|0]
Current configuration: 
  io range:  min cf8 max cf8 align 0 len 8
1 configurations

Possible configuration #0: 
  io range:  min cf8 max cf8 align 0 len 8

Bus-dependent information:
CSN 11 LDN 0  

ISA bus, device #11: Generic System Peripheral (Other) [8|80|ff]
Current configuration: 
  io range:  min 290 max 290 align 0 len 8
  io range:  min 3f0 max 3f0 align 0 len 2
  io range:  min e400 max e400 align 0 len 80
  io range:  min ec00 max ec00 align 0 len 40
1 configurations

Possible configuration #0: 
  io range:  min 290 max 290 align 0 len 8
  io range:  min 3f0 max 3f0 align 0 len 2
  io range:  min e400 max e400 align 0 len 80
  io range:  min ec00 max ec00 align 0 len 40

Bus-dependent information:
CSN 12 LDN 0  

PCI bus, device #0: Bridge Device (Host) [6|0|0]
Current configuration: 
  mem range: min f8000000 max f8000000 align 0 len 4000000
1 configurations

Possible configuration #0: 
  mem range: min f8000000 max f8000000 align 0 len 4000000

Bus-dependent information:
vendor id: 8086, device id: 1a30

PCI bus, device #1: Bridge Device (PCI-PCI) [6|4|0]
Current configuration: 
1 configurations

Possible configuration #0: 

Bus-dependent information:
vendor id: 8086, device id: 1a31

PCI bus, device #2: Display Controller (VGA/8514) [3|0|0]
Current configuration: irq [11] 
  mem range: min ee000000 max ee000000 align 0 len 1000000
  mem range: min f0000000 max f0000000 align 0 len 8000000
1 configurations

Possible configuration #0: irq [11] 
  mem range: min ee000000 max ee000000 align 0 len 1000000
  mem range: min f0000000 max f0000000 align 0 len 8000000

Bus-dependent information:
vendor id: 10de, device id: 326

PCI bus, device #3: Bridge Device (PCI-PCI) [6|4|0]
Current configuration: 
1 configurations

Possible configuration #0: 

Bus-dependent information:
vendor id: 8086, device id: 244e

PCI bus, device #4: Serial Bus Controller (USB) [c|3|0]
Current configuration: irq [10] 
  io range:  min d800 max d800 align 0 len 20
1 configurations

Possible configuration #0: irq [10] 
  io range:  min d800 max d800 align 0 len 20

Bus-dependent information:
vendor id: 1106, device id: 3038

PCI bus, device #5: Serial Bus Controller (USB) [c|3|0]
Current configuration: irq [12] 
  io range:  min d400 max d400 align 0 len 20
1 configurations

Possible configuration #0: irq [12] 
  io range:  min d400 max d400 align 0 len 20

Bus-dependent information:
vendor id: 1106, device id: 3038

PCI bus, device #6: Serial Bus Controller (USB) [c|3|20]
Current configuration: irq [3] 
  mem range: min ed800000 max ed800000 align 0 len 100
1 configurations

Possible configuration #0: irq [3] 
  mem range: min ed800000 max ed800000 align 0 len 100

Bus-dependent information:
vendor id: 1106, device id: 3104

PCI bus, device #7: Multimedia Device (Audio) [4|1|0]
Current configuration: irq [9] 
  io range:  min d000 max d000 align 0 len 20
1 configurations

Possible configuration #0: irq [9] 
  io range:  min d000 max d000 align 0 len 20

Bus-dependent information:
vendor id: 1102, device id: 2

PCI bus, device #8: Input Device (Other) [9|80|0]
Current configuration: 
  io range:  min b800 max b800 align 0 len 8
1 configurations

Possible configuration #0: 
  io range:  min b800 max b800 align 0 len 8

Bus-dependent information:
vendor id: 1102, device id: 7002

PCI bus, device #9: NIC (Ethernet) [2|0|0]
Current configuration: irq [7] 
  io range:  min b400 max b400 align 0 len 100
  mem range: min ed000000 max ed000000 align 0 len 100
1 configurations

Possible configuration #0: irq [7] 
  io range:  min b400 max b400 align 0 len 100
  mem range: min ed000000 max ed000000 align 0 len 100

Bus-dependent information:
vendor id: 10ec, device id: 8139

PCI bus, device #10: Communication Device (Serial) [7|0|2]
Current configuration: irq [5] 
  io range:  min b000 max b000 align 0 len 8
  io range:  min a800 max a800 align 0 len 8
  io range:  min a400 max a400 align 0 len 8
  io range:  min a000 max a000 align 0 len 8
  mem range: min ec800000 max ec800000 align 0 len 40
1 configurations

Possible configuration #0: irq [5] 
  io range:  min b000 max b000 align 0 len 8
  io range:  min a800 max a800 align 0 len 8
  io range:  min a400 max a400 align 0 len 8
  io range:  min a000 max a000 align 0 len 8
  mem range: min ec800000 max ec800000 align 0 len 40

Bus-dependent information:
vendor id: 14d2, device id: 8020

PCI bus, device #11: Bridge Device (ISA) [6|1|0]
Current configuration: 
1 configurations

Possible configuration #0: 

Bus-dependent information:
vendor id: 8086, device id: 2440

PCI bus, device #12: Mass Storage Controller (IDE) [1|1|80]
Current configuration: irqs [14][15] 
  io range:  min 1f0 max 1f0 align 0 len 8
  io range:  min 3f4 max 3f4 align 0 len 4
  io range:  min 170 max 170 align 0 len 8
  io range:  min 374 max 374 align 0 len 4
  io range:  min 9800 max 9800 align 0 len 10
1 configurations

Possible configuration #0: irqs [14][15] 
  io range:  min 1f0 max 1f0 align 0 len 8
  io range:  min 3f4 max 3f4 align 0 len 4
  io range:  min 170 max 170 align 0 len 8
  io range:  min 374 max 374 align 0 len 4
  io range:  min 9800 max 9800 align 0 len 10

Bus-dependent information:
vendor id: 8086, device id: 244b

PCI bus, device #13: Serial Bus Controller (USB) [c|3|0]
Current configuration: irq [3] 
  io range:  min 9400 max 9400 align 0 len 20
1 configurations

Possible configuration #0: irq [3] 
  io range:  min 9400 max 9400 align 0 len 20

Bus-dependent information:
vendor id: 8086, device id: 2442

PCI bus, device #14: Serial Bus Controller (USB) [c|3|0]
Current configuration: irq [9] 
  io range:  min 9000 max 9000 align 0 len 20
1 configurations

Possible configuration #0: irq [9] 
  io range:  min 9000 max 9000 align 0 len 20

Bus-dependent information:
vendor id: 8086, device id: 2444

PCI bus, device #15: Multimedia Device (Audio) [4|1|0]
Current configuration: irq [10] 
  io range:  min 8800 max 8800 align 0 len 100
  io range:  min 8400 max 8400 align 0 len 40
1 configurations

Possible configuration #0: irq [10] 
  io range:  min 8800 max 8800 align 0 len 100
  io range:  min 8400 max 8400 align 0 len 40

Bus-dependent information:
vendor id: 8086, device id: 2445

comment:6 Changed 12 years ago by mmlr

As I see you have an EHCI controller in that system. Any reason why you do not use the USB 2.0 interface (EHCI) with that device. Or did you intentionally test on USB 1.1 only ports?

comment:7 Changed 12 years ago by jonas.kirilla

I didn't know I had USB 2.0 ports, and I didn't think about EHCI = USB2.0. I just picked one.

Anyway, this is what EHCI looks like:

Problems in ehci finish thread :
segment violation
address: 0x8024e610, op: 1 pc: 0x00175563, tmid: 2 thid: 6
kernel debugger: Welcome to Kernel Debugging Land...
 eax 00000000  ebp 0121af84  cs 0008 | area 004b3768  (kernel_intel_text)
 ebx 00001000  esp 0121af38  ss 0010 | addr 00100000  size 00086000
 ecx 00001000  edi 300ff000  ds 0010 |
 edx 00003000  esi 8024e610  es 0010 | Thread: ehci finish thread
 eip 00175563 flag 00010206  fs 0000 | Team:  kernel_team
trap 0000000e  err 00000000  gs 0000 | Stack Trace follows:

00000000  00175563  memcpy_pIII+0047
0121af84  0020c347  FillQueueWithData__4EHCIP8TransferP7ehci_qhPP8ehci_qtdPb+008f
0121afc4  0020bd09  FinishTransfers__4EHCI+03e1
0121b044  0020b91f  FinishThread__4EHCIPv+001f    

comment:8 Changed 12 years ago by oco

I have the same problem with the EHCI driver when i drag and drop a 30 Mo file on a mass storage device (same call stack as above). It occurs less often when copying small files.

Here is my devices list :

device Bridge (Host bridge) [6|0|0]
  vendor 10de: nVidia Corporation
  device 00d1: nForce3 Host Bridge

device Bridge (ISA bridge) [6|1|0]
  vendor 10de: nVidia Corporation
  device 00d0: nForce3 LPC Bridge

device Serial bus controller (SMBus) [c|5|0]
  vendor 10de: nVidia Corporation
  device 00d4: nForce3 SMBus

device Serial bus controller (USB Controller, OHCI) [c|3|10]
  vendor 10de: nVidia Corporation
  device 00d7: nForce3 USB 1.1

device Serial bus controller (USB Controller, OHCI) [c|3|10]
  vendor 10de: nVidia Corporation
  device 00d7: nForce3 USB 1.1

device Serial bus controller (USB Controller, EHCI) [c|3|20]
  vendor 10de: nVidia Corporation
  device 00d8: nForce3 USB 2.0

device Multimedia controller (Multimedia audio controller) [4|1|0]
  vendor 10de: nVidia Corporation
  device 00da: nForce3 Audio

device Communication controller (Modem, Generic) [7|3|0]
  vendor 10de: nVidia Corporation
  device 00d9: nForce3 Audio

device Mass storage controller (IDE interface) [1|1|8a]
  vendor 10de: nVidia Corporation
  device 00d5: nForce3 IDE
     device [0|0]
     vendor        IC25N080	model        ATMR04-0	type Direct Access
     device [0|0]
     vendor        MATSHITA	model DVD-RAM UJ-820S	type CDROM

device Bridge (PCI bridge, Normal decode) [6|4|0]
  vendor 10de: nVidia Corporation
  device 00dd: nForce3 PCI Bridge

device Network controller (Ethernet controller) [2|0|0]
  vendor 14e4: Broadcom Corporation
  device 169c: NetXtreme BCM5788 Gigabit Ethernet

device Bridge (CardBus bridge) [6|7|0]
  vendor 104c: Texas Instruments
  device ac44: PCI4510 PC card Cardbus Controller

device Serial bus controller (FireWire (IEEE 1394), OHCI) [c|0|10]
  vendor 104c: Texas Instruments
  device 8029: PCI4510 IEEE-1394 Controller

device Network controller [2|80|0]
  vendor 14e4: Broadcom Corporation
  device 4320: BCM4306 802.11b/g Wireless LAN Controller

device Bridge (PCI bridge, Normal decode) [6|4|0]
  vendor 10de: nVidia Corporation
  device 00d2: nForce3 AGP Bridge

device Display controller (VGA compatible controller, VGA) [3|0|0]
  vendor 10de: nVidia Corporation
  device 0348: NV36 [GeForce FX Go5700]

device Bridge (Host bridge) [6|0|0]
  vendor 1022: Advanced Micro Devices [AMD]
  device 1100: K8 [Athlon64/Opteron] HyperTransport Technology Configuration

device Bridge (Host bridge) [6|0|0]
  vendor 1022: Advanced Micro Devices [AMD]
  device 1101: K8 [Athlon64/Opteron] Address Map

device Bridge (Host bridge) [6|0|0]
  vendor 1022: Advanced Micro Devices [AMD]
  device 1102: K8 [Athlon64/Opteron] DRAM Controller

device Bridge (Host bridge) [6|0|0]
  vendor 1022: Advanced Micro Devices [AMD]
  device 1103: K8 [Athlon64/Opteron] Miscellaneous Control

comment:9 Changed 12 years ago by mmlr

Resolution: fixed
Status: assignedclosed

Fixed in hrev21059.

comment:10 in reply to:  9 Changed 12 years ago by jonas.kirilla

Replying to mmlr:

Fixed in hrev21059.

Fix confirmed. Thank you! =)

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