On Sun, Dec 13, 2015 at 9:05 PM, edward wandasiewicz firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
Hooray, it works... minus 2 scenarios :(
With both Philips USB and Mushkin USB attached, and I perform a cold boot
- YES - USB 3 & USB 3 - once each (Philips & Mushkin)
- NO - USB 3 & USB 3 - once each (Philips & Muskin) - but double
- YES - USB 3 & Type C - once each (Philips & Mushkin)
I can't get a double Philips to appear
- YES - Type C & Type C - once each (Philips & Mushkin)
- NO - Type C & Type C - one Philiips & no Mushkin
I forgot to save
$ cbmem -c
and now can't replicate it. :(
When I do, I will post output.
When attempting a cold boot - shutdown - cold boot - shutdown - cold boot - shutdown - ....
It seems the list of bootable devices can change order, yet the devices are plugged into the same ports all the time, and never unplugged.
We can get
1. SSD 2. Philips USB 3. Mushkin USB
1. SSD 2. Mushkin USB 3. Philips USB
I think scenario 5 is special case of the above, former, but no Mushkin
1. SSD 2. Philips USB
Hope this helps.
On Sun, Dec 13, 2015 at 7:53 PM, Kevin O'Connor email@example.com wrote:
On Sun, Dec 13, 2015 at 10:49:30AM +0000, edward wandasiewicz wrote:
With both the Philips USB and Mushkin USB plugged in on boot, I'm still getting 4 different scenarios appearing.
- Philips Only
- Mushkin Only
- Both recognised - listed once and once only
- Both recognised - Mushkin once, but the Philips listed twice
for each scenario
Thanks. It looks like the usb code wasn't waiting for USB3 devices to be "enabled" before trying to talk to them. Can you pull down the "testing" branch again and retry?
Also, the logs are quite large and they are exceeding the mailing list limits - going forward can you gzip the logs and attach them to your emails.