OMPA4: 3.0-rc1: Unhandled fault during insmod 'ohci-hcd.ko'

Ming Lei tom.leiming at
Tue Jun 14 06:59:48 EDT 2011


2011/6/5 Todd Poynor <toddpoynor at>:
> In general, the imprecise external abort usually means an access was made to
> registers of a module whose clock is gated.  The calls to clk_enable()
> within usbhs_enable() probably aren't following the proper sequence of
> ensuring the CD_L3_INIT clock domain is on (CM_L3INIT_CLKSTCTRL.CLKTRCTRL =
> 0x2 SW_WKUP) and then the associated module slaves woken up
> for CM_L3INIT_HSUSBTLL_CLKCTRL).  Probably needs calls to the OMAP device
> layer to set those up, but I dunno the details of this device or why it
> broke.

No doubt, it is caused by gated clock, ehci will be OK if revert the
commit below:

commit 7e6502d577106fb5b202bbaac64c5f1b065e6daa
Author: Keshava Munegowda <Keshava_mgowda at>
Date:   Sun May 22 22:51:26 2011 +0200

    mfd: Add omap-usbhs runtime PM support

    The usbhs core driver does not enable/disable the interface and
    functional clocks; These clocks are handled by hwmod and runtime pm,
    hence insted of the clock enable/disable, the runtime pm APIS are
    used. however,the port clocks and tll clocks are handled
    by the usbhs core.

    Signed-off-by: Keshava Munegowda <keshava_mgowda at>
    Signed-off-by: Samuel Ortiz <sameo at>

Ming Lei

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