Re: PICe hotplug problems

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>> Thanks, that was really quick. However, the patches does not apply on my
>> 3.4 kernel and it looks non trivial to me fixup.
>>
>> Could you create (even quick and dirty) patches on top of 3.4?
> 
> I noted that the msi_bus for 0000:01:00.0 return nothing (cat msi_bus)
> If I cat it into a file and check the size it is zero.
> 
> Any idea what this is about:
>   cat vpd
>   cat: read error: Connection timed out
> 
> hmm, just saw this in dmesg:
>    pci 0000:01:00.0: vpd r/w failed.  This is likely a firmware bug on this device.  Contact the card vendor for a firmware update.
VPD stands for Vital Product Data, vendor may store product specific information
in VPD, such as "serial number" etc. It may depend on some micro-controller on
the PCI card to access those data. And VPD is optional, doesn't affect normal
PCI functionalities.

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