[ 9369. ata4. 00: configured for UDMA33 [ 9369. usb 72: reset full speed USB device using uhcihcd and address 3 [ 9369. usb 71. 2: reset full speed USB device using uhcihcd and address 4 [ 9369. usbfs 71. 2: 1. 0: no resetresume for driver usbfs? No wonder because VB is probably the only application which uses usbfs on my system. Attachments VBox. log ( 44. 8 KB ) added by oliverjoos 8 years ago. A driver or user space is triggering a reset on the device which contains the interface passed as an argument.
Cease IO, wait for all outstanding URBs to complete, and save any device state you need to restore. Called by usbresetdevice when the device is about to be reset. This routine must not return until the driver has no active URBs for the device, and no more URBs may be submitted until the postreset method is called.
How do you reset a USB device from the command line? Ask Question. but the simplest way I've found to reset a USB device is this command: (No external apps necessary) as the hcihcd driver is already compiled into the Kernel.
not2qubit Mar 1 '17 at 17: 14 show 5 more comments. up vote 9 down vote. The resetresume method is called to tell the driver that the device has been resumed and it also has been reset.
The driver should redo any necessary device initialization, since the device has probably lost most or all of its state (although the interfaces will be in the same altsettings as before the suspend). The resetresume method is called to tell the driver that the device has been resumed and it also has been reset.
The driver should redo any necessary device initialization, I have no other suspendresume problems with my host when VB is not running. No wonder because VB is probably the only application which uses usbfs on my system. Oracle VM VirtualBox: Ticket# 6684: usbfs used by VB process fills syslog after suspendresume of host (until disk full! ) Feb 02, 2014 systemctl hibernate only works once. If I hibernate the system a second time, the system boots but my monitor stays black (switches into powersave).
dmesg output of first hibernation: (which works fine and restores the system as expected) Called when the interface is no longer accessible, usually because its device has been (or is being) disconnected or the driver module is being unloaded. ioctl Used for drivers that want to talk to userspace through the usbfs filesystem.