yenta_socket rapid fires interrupts

DHollenbeck dick at
Tue Jan 11 13:14:32 EST 2005

Magnus Damm wrote:

>On Mon, 10 Jan 2005 12:59:31 -0600, DHollenbeck <dick at> wrote:
>>Please help me troubleshoot a problem with 2.6.10-ac5 i386 on embedded
>>pentium 266MHz.  The same problem exists with a 2.6.7 and 2.6.9 kernel.
>>I am currently testing against 2.6.10-ac5.
>>The problem I think is in the yenta_socket driver, which in my case is
>>configured as a module.
>>I have two CARDBUS slots.  If the slots are empty when loading
>>yenta_socket, then no problem loading the module.
>>However, when I have a "CARDBUS to USB 2.0 Hi-Speed Adapter" installed
>>at the time of modprobe yenta_socket, I get a problem, shown below.  The
>>same problem occurs if the Adapter is inserted after the yenta module is
>>loaded.  That is, load the yenta_socket module: no problem, then
>>physically insert the Adapter: same problem.
>Have you tried other PCMCIA or CARDBUS cards? Or is this problem
>specific to this "CARDBUS to USB 2.0 Hi-Speed Adapter"?
>I am about to buy a USB 2.0 / Firewire CARDBUS card, and I am using
>the yenta driver together with a TI_1410 chip.  According to the lspci
>informaton you have a TI_1520 chip.
>If the brand that makes your CARDBUS adapter is selling USB2/Firewire
>combination cards then I am willing to buy one and see what happens
>here. So if you are interested please let me know the brand of your
>CARDBUS adapter.
>/ magnus

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