4 Replies Latest reply on Aug 18, 2015 3:55 AM by poseid

    Strange interrupt with Galileo Gen 1 during firmware upgrade

    poseid

      Hi, I am trying to update the firmware of an Galileo Gen 1 from 742 to 1.0.4 with the firmware upgrade tool.

       

      Watching what happens on the serial port shows something strange>

       

      6   BPS:[  134.14978omm: clloade  3.8.7-yoc150096] Cal6]  [<c107edrt_bad_irq+096]  [<e077e_udc_isr+0x15d/0x1028 [40>] note_i60/0x1a0
      55/0x130
      [6]  [<c107d6ercpu+0x70/34.150096] irq_event+0x  134.150096irq_event+06]  [<c107f2q+0x70/0x70
      e8bf1>] ? co6 ? do_IRQace_hardirq0x9a/0x170
      [  134.r_del+0xb/0xc1035ed5>] rq+0x55/0x130
      [  134.150096]  [<c134.150096]  <IRQ>  [<c10360f5>] ? irq_exit+0RQ+0x43/0xb050096]  [<c1trace_hardirqs_on_calle50096]  [<c1x36
      [  134>] pch_udc_i]
      [  134.1bling IRQ #40
      Byte 9] irq 40: nobody cared (try booting with the "irqpoll" option)
      [  134.150096] Pid: 875, cr Tainted: G        W  to-standard #1
      [  134.l Trace:
      [  134.1500974>] __repox24/0xc0
      [  134.15004ad>] ? pchpch_udc]

       


      What does this mean?
      How could I stop that interrupt popping up during my firmware upgrade?

       

      Thanks a lot in case someone has an idea what is wrong.