kevi-n1 Posted July 5, 2021 Share Posted July 5, 2021 (edited) Hello all, TLDR: I'm getting USB kernel errors when passing through a z-wave USB stick to a domoticz docker and I don't know what is causing it. I'm running Unraid 6.9.2 and I've been using a z-wave USB stick in combination with a Debian VM that has domoticz installed for a while now, which worked perfectly. However using a complete VM for just running domoticz is kind of overkill so I decided to move to the domoticz docker from Linuxserver. I've two devices passed to the docker and both are connected to a 2.0 USB port on the motherboard. P1 USB (in unraid known as /dev/ttyUSB0) Z-wave USB stick (in unraid known as /dev/ttyACM0) Settings used domoticz docker: privilleges = true Settings in Unraid GO file: chmod 777 /dev/ttyUSB0 chmod 777 /dev/ttyACM0 The P1 converter is working after changing the chmod settings but the Z-wave usb keeps crashing. The errors I get: Domoticz: "Error: Zwave adapter: OpenZWave: Driver Failed!!" Unraid: kernel: cdc_acm 1-10:1.0: acm_port_activate - usb_submit_urb(ctrl irq) failed Using the z-wave usb within the VM, made the VM responsible for the drivers etc. but now those have to be supplied by Unraid. The weird thing is, that I've seen the Z-wave usb work once in the Domoticz docker and I was able to switch a light. At first I suspected that USB extender cable was causing the issues but connecting the z-wave usb directly to the motherboard didn't change a thing. So it doesn't looks like a driver issue because then it wouldn't have worked at all. All that remains is this weird kernel error that has never been reported by any other users on this forum. If you have any ideas or things to check, please let me know! Thanks! grandia-diagnostics-20210705-2151.zip syslog-127.0.0.1.log Edited July 5, 2021 by kevi-n1 Quote Link to comment
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