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 From:  Chris Janvrin <chrisjanvrin at sellmytimesharenow dot com>
 To:  m0n0wall at lists dot m0n0 dot ch
 Subject:  Help requested to translate and solve this error
 Date:  Tue, 17 Nov 2009 18:33:14 -0500
As always, thank you for reading!

I'm seeing an error in our m0n0 logs that I haven't seen before. Since 
seeing this error, our Soekris net5501-60 running v1.235 has been 
locking up randomly-roughly once per day-requiring a reboot.

Here is a sample of the log entries in question:
Nov 17 18:18:45 	/kernel: usb0: 1 scheduling overruns
Nov 17 18:18:40 	/kernel: usb0: 1 scheduling overruns
Nov 17 18:18:32 	/kernel: vr0: rx packet lost
Nov 17 18:18:32 	/kernel: usb0: 1 scheduling overruns
Nov 17 18:18:24 	/kernel: vr0: rx packet lost
Nov 17 18:18:24 	/kernel: usb0: 1 scheduling overruns
Nov 17 18:18:22 	/kernel: vr0: rx packet lost
Nov 17 18:18:22 	/kernel: usb0: 1 scheduling overruns
Nov 17 18:17:47 	/kernel: usb0: 2 scheduling overruns
Nov 17 18:17:43 	/kernel: vr0: rx packet lost
Nov 17 18:17:43 	/kernel: usb0: 1 scheduling overruns
Nov 17 18:17:40 	/kernel: vr0: rx packet lost
Nov 17 18:17:40 	/kernel: usb0: 1 scheduling overruns
Nov 17 18:17:39 	/kernel: usb0: 1 scheduling overruns
Nov 17 18:17:35 	/kernel: vr0: rx packet lost
Nov 17 18:17:31 	/kernel: vr0: rx packet lost
Nov 17 18:17:31 	/kernel: usb0: 1 scheduling overruns
Nov 17 18:15:08 	/kernel: usb0: 1 scheduling overruns
Nov 17 18:14:35 	/kernel: vr0: rx packet lost
Nov 17 18:14:34 	/kernel: vr0: rx packet lost
Nov 17 18:14:34 	/kernel: usb0: 1 scheduling overruns
Nov 17 18:13:56 	/kernel: vr0: rx packet lost
Nov 17 18:10:43 	/kernel: vr0: rx packet lost
Nov 17 18:10:43 	/kernel: usb0: 1 scheduling overruns
Nov 17 18:08:58 	/kernel: vr0: rx packet lost
Nov 17 18:08:58 	/kernel: usb0: 1 scheduling overruns
Nov 17 18:08:57 	/kernel: vr0: rx packet lost
Nov 17 18:08:57 	/kernel: usb0: 1 scheduling overruns
Nov 17 18:08:55 	/kernel: vr0: rx packet lost
Nov 17 18:08:55 	/kernel: usb0: 1 scheduling overruns
Nov 17 18:08:43 	/kernel: vr0: rx packet lost
Nov 17 18:08:43 	/kernel: usb0: 1 scheduling overruns
Nov 17 18:07:48 	/kernel: vr0: rx packet lost
Nov 17 18:07:48 	/kernel: usb0: 1 scheduling overruns


Our Soekris routers do have a usb interface but we don't use it. Does it 
need to be deactivated in the BIOS? To my knowledge nothing has changed 
in our configuration, so I don't understand why this is showing up now.

Thank you in advance for your expertise :)

Chris
Dover NH, USA