[SunRay-Users] usb not working sometimes
ashleyw at hotmail.com
Tue Jan 2 05:27:31 EET 2007
First, I recommend using the final release of SRSS instead of beta, if
that's what you're using.
A common reason for the "Cannot allcate memory" message to appear is if
there are too many stale mount points when you're running in debug mode. The
final release of SRSS has debug turned off by default.
To avoid stale mount points, remember to run 'utdiskadm -r' before
unplugging the device.
>From: <c.silva at vtr.net>
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>To: sunray-users at filibeto.org
>Subject: [SunRay-Users] usb not working sometimes
>Date: Thu, 28 Dec 2006 17:03:11 -0300
>I was having some problems while connecting a usb pendrive to a SunRay1
>(rhel4 x86_64) that i know that was working before, utdiskadm -l showed
>nothing so i checked the utstorage log and it showed me this
>disk_test_ready: cdb=807afb8, rqbuf=807b958, ret=2
>2006.12.28 16:40:58.834400 CLST new media status
>/tmp/SUNWut/units/IEEE802.0003ba2a533b/devices/usb at 1/KingstonDataTraveler_II_,
>hotplug: Cannot allocate memory
>prepare media failed
>uts_free_lun num=0, flags=0
>uts_free_lun: lun=f432b008, prev=0, next=0, list=0, num=0
>LUN thread exiting
> Before sending this email i tried again, and the pendrive was recognized
>without problems, any idea of what's going on ?
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