[hsflinux] seemingly random crashes, 100% cpu

Linuxant support (Jonathan) support at linuxant.com
Mon Apr 23 17:43:38 EDT 2007


please make sure that your kernel was compiled without the 4KSTACKS 
kernel option enabled.

You should also try to use each of the following init. strings to see if 
there is a difference:

AT &F W1 +ER=1; +DR=1; +MS=V92,0
AT &F W1 +ER=1; +DR=1; +MS=V92,1
AT &F W1 +ER=1; +DR=1; +MS=V90,0
AT &F W1 +ER=1; +DR=1; +MS=V90,1
AT &F W1 +ER=1; +DR=1; +MS=V34,0
AT &F W1 +ER=1; +DR=1; +MS=V34,1
AT &F W1 +ER=1; +DR=1; +MS=V32B,0
AT &F W1 +ER=1; +DR=1; +MS=V32B,1
AT &F W1 +ER=1; +DR=1; +MS=V32,0
AT &F W1 +ER=1; +DR=1; +MS=V32,1

Hopefully one of these will be an appropriate workaround for the problem.


Technical specialist / Linuxant
support at linuxant.com

Rob Carruthers wrote:
> hello,
> i'm having a weird problem at the moment - when i'm connected, as if by
> random, i get huge lockups preceded by 100% cpu usage, used by
> khsfd/modem. the keyboard doesn't respond at all for a while, and after
> this lockup goes away (after about a minute or so) and the modem has
> disconnected it still says it is busy, and i have to reboot to reconnect.
> i'm using gentoo, with kernel and driver
> version, full version. i am using a conexant hsf pci modem. i
> have made a point of building kernels with and without the pre-empt
> options, and fiddling with tcp/ip and netfilter options, but it doesn't
> seem to make any difference. i'm on an smp system.
> thanks in advance.
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