2008-08-22 07:35:20

by Le Rouzic

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Subject: linux-2.6.27-rc3: kernel BUG at fs/nfs/write.c:252

Hi,
Client and server On Intel X86_64 with linux-2.6.27-rc3.

Doing several stress benchmarks simultaneously:
fsstress
iozone (without -U )
fsx
ffsb
cthon

The server crashed.

Here is the trace on the server:
------------[ cut here ]------------
kernel BUG at fs/nfs/write.c:252!

Entering kdb (current=0xffff8800621c78d0, pid 25953) on processor 1 due to
KDB_ENTER()
[1]kdb> bt
Stack traceback for pid 25953
0xffff8800621c78d0 25953 5308 1 1 R 0xffff8800621c7c38 *fsx-linux
sp ip Function (args)
0xffff8800660cdb88 0xffffffff80330871 nfs_do_writepage+0xe7
(0xffffe20001770140, invalid, 0xffff8800660cdd18)
0xffff8800660cdbf0 0xffffffff80330cd0 nfs_writepages_callback+0xf
(0xffffe20001770140)
0xffff8800660cdc10 0xffffffff802657f9 write_cache_pages+0x1ca
(0xffff880062402468, 0xffff8800660cddc8, 0xffffffff80330cc1,
0xffff8800660cdd18)
0xffff8800660cdd10 0xffffffff80330c95 nfs_writepages+0x72 (0xffff880062402468,
0xffff8800660cddc8)
0xffff8800660cdd90 0xffffffff803315b6 __nfs_write_mapping+0x19
(0xffff880062402468, 0xffff8800660cddc8, invalid)
0xffff8800660cddc0 0xffffffff80331655 nfs_write_mapping+0x68
(0xffff880062402468, invalid)
0xffff8800660cde30 0xffffffff80331675 nfs_wb_nocommit+0x15 (invalid)
0xffff8800660cde40 0xffffffff80327638 nfs_getattr+0x5c (0xffff88007fbbf1c0,
invalid, 0xffff8800660cdef8)
0xffff8800660cde80 0xffffffff8028c637 vfs_getattr+0x44 (0xffff88007fbbf1c0,
0xffff8800664e00b8, 0xffff8800660cdef8)
0xffff8800660cdec0 0xffffffff8028c687 vfs_fstat+0x33 (invalid,
0xffff8800660cdef8)
0xffff8800660cdef0 0xffffffff8028c6b8 sys_newfstat+0x1a (invalid,
0x7fffec90f890)
not matched: from 0xffffffff8020bead to 0xffffffff8020bf25 drop_through 0
bb_jmp[7]
bb_special_case: Invalid bb_reg_state.memory, missing trailing entries
bb_special_case: on transfer to int_with_check
system_call_fastpath has memory parameters but no register parameters.
Assuming it is a 'pass through' function that does not refer to its register
parameters and setting 6 register parameters
kdb_bb: 0xffffffff8020be3b [kernel]system_call_fastpath failed at
0xffffffff8020bec8

Using old style backtrace, unreliable with no arguments
sp ip Function (args)
0xffff8800660cdb88 0xffffffff80330871 nfs_do_writepage+0xe7
0xffff8800660cdbb0 0xffffffff80330871 nfs_do_writepage+0xe7
0xffff8800660cdbf0 0xffffffff80330cd0 nfs_writepages_callback+0xf
0xffff8800660cdc10 0xffffffff802657f9 write_cache_pages+0x1ca
0xffff8800660cdc20 0xffffffff80330cc1 nfs_writepages_callback
0xffff8800660cdc68 0xffffffff8032d3bc nfs_wait_bit_killable
0xffff8800660cdc80 0xffffffff80603a87 out_of_line_wait_on_bit+0x6e
0xffff8800660cdca8 0xffffffff8023f9b8 wake_bit_function
0xffff8800660cdd10 0xffffffff80330c95 nfs_writepages+0x72
0xffff8800660cdd50 0xffffffff80331c41 nfs_flush_one
0xffff8800660cdd90 0xffffffff803315b6 __nfs_write_mapping+0x19
0xffff8800660cddc0 0xffffffff80331655 nfs_write_mapping+0x68
0xffff8800660cde30 0xffffffff80331675 nfs_wb_nocommit+0x15
0xffff8800660cde40 0xffffffff80327638 nfs_getattr+0x5c
0xffff8800660cde80 0xffffffff8028c637 vfs_getattr+0x44
0xffff8800660cdec0 0xffffffff8028c687 vfs_fstat+0x33
0xffff8800660cdef0 0xffffffff8028c6b8 sys_newfstat+0x1a
0xffff8800660cdf40 0xffffffff80242540 up_write+0x9
0xffff8800660cdf50 0xffffffff802731c5 sys_munmap+0x4d

Bug registered at:



-------------------------------------------------------------
Bug:
http://bugzilla.linux-nfs.org/show_bug.cgi?id=168



Best Regards

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2008-08-22 19:04:57

by [email protected]

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Subject: Re: linux-2.6.27-rc3: kernel BUG at fs/nfs/write.c:252

On Fri, Aug 22, 2008 at 09:35:20AM +0200, Le Rouzic wrote:
> Hi,
> Client and server On Intel X86_64 with linux-2.6.27-rc3.
>
> Doing several stress benchmarks simultaneously:
> fsstress
> iozone (without -U )
> fsx
> ffsb
> cthon
>
> The server crashed.
>
> Here is the trace on the server:

You're sure it's the server? This crash is in client code.

--b.

> ------------[ cut here ]------------
> kernel BUG at fs/nfs/write.c:252!
>
> Entering kdb (current=0xffff8800621c78d0, pid 25953) on processor 1 due to
> KDB_ENTER()
> [1]kdb> bt
> Stack traceback for pid 25953
> 0xffff8800621c78d0 25953 5308 1 1 R 0xffff8800621c7c38 *fsx-linux
> sp ip Function (args)
> 0xffff8800660cdb88 0xffffffff80330871 nfs_do_writepage+0xe7
> (0xffffe20001770140, invalid, 0xffff8800660cdd18)
> 0xffff8800660cdbf0 0xffffffff80330cd0 nfs_writepages_callback+0xf
> (0xffffe20001770140)
> 0xffff8800660cdc10 0xffffffff802657f9 write_cache_pages+0x1ca
> (0xffff880062402468, 0xffff8800660cddc8, 0xffffffff80330cc1,
> 0xffff8800660cdd18)
> 0xffff8800660cdd10 0xffffffff80330c95 nfs_writepages+0x72 (0xffff880062402468,
> 0xffff8800660cddc8)
> 0xffff8800660cdd90 0xffffffff803315b6 __nfs_write_mapping+0x19
> (0xffff880062402468, 0xffff8800660cddc8, invalid)
> 0xffff8800660cddc0 0xffffffff80331655 nfs_write_mapping+0x68
> (0xffff880062402468, invalid)
> 0xffff8800660cde30 0xffffffff80331675 nfs_wb_nocommit+0x15 (invalid)
> 0xffff8800660cde40 0xffffffff80327638 nfs_getattr+0x5c (0xffff88007fbbf1c0,
> invalid, 0xffff8800660cdef8)
> 0xffff8800660cde80 0xffffffff8028c637 vfs_getattr+0x44 (0xffff88007fbbf1c0,
> 0xffff8800664e00b8, 0xffff8800660cdef8)
> 0xffff8800660cdec0 0xffffffff8028c687 vfs_fstat+0x33 (invalid,
> 0xffff8800660cdef8)
> 0xffff8800660cdef0 0xffffffff8028c6b8 sys_newfstat+0x1a (invalid,
> 0x7fffec90f890)
> not matched: from 0xffffffff8020bead to 0xffffffff8020bf25 drop_through 0
> bb_jmp[7]
> bb_special_case: Invalid bb_reg_state.memory, missing trailing entries
> bb_special_case: on transfer to int_with_check
> system_call_fastpath has memory parameters but no register parameters.
> Assuming it is a 'pass through' function that does not refer to its register
> parameters and setting 6 register parameters
> kdb_bb: 0xffffffff8020be3b [kernel]system_call_fastpath failed at
> 0xffffffff8020bec8
>
> Using old style backtrace, unreliable with no arguments
> sp ip Function (args)
> 0xffff8800660cdb88 0xffffffff80330871 nfs_do_writepage+0xe7
> 0xffff8800660cdbb0 0xffffffff80330871 nfs_do_writepage+0xe7
> 0xffff8800660cdbf0 0xffffffff80330cd0 nfs_writepages_callback+0xf
> 0xffff8800660cdc10 0xffffffff802657f9 write_cache_pages+0x1ca
> 0xffff8800660cdc20 0xffffffff80330cc1 nfs_writepages_callback
> 0xffff8800660cdc68 0xffffffff8032d3bc nfs_wait_bit_killable
> 0xffff8800660cdc80 0xffffffff80603a87 out_of_line_wait_on_bit+0x6e
> 0xffff8800660cdca8 0xffffffff8023f9b8 wake_bit_function
> 0xffff8800660cdd10 0xffffffff80330c95 nfs_writepages+0x72
> 0xffff8800660cdd50 0xffffffff80331c41 nfs_flush_one
> 0xffff8800660cdd90 0xffffffff803315b6 __nfs_write_mapping+0x19
> 0xffff8800660cddc0 0xffffffff80331655 nfs_write_mapping+0x68
> 0xffff8800660cde30 0xffffffff80331675 nfs_wb_nocommit+0x15
> 0xffff8800660cde40 0xffffffff80327638 nfs_getattr+0x5c
> 0xffff8800660cde80 0xffffffff8028c637 vfs_getattr+0x44
> 0xffff8800660cdec0 0xffffffff8028c687 vfs_fstat+0x33
> 0xffff8800660cdef0 0xffffffff8028c6b8 sys_newfstat+0x1a
> 0xffff8800660cdf40 0xffffffff80242540 up_write+0x9
> 0xffff8800660cdf50 0xffffffff802731c5 sys_munmap+0x4d
>
> Bug registered at:
>
>
>
> ------------------------------------------------------------- Bug:
> http://bugzilla.linux-nfs.org/show_bug.cgi?id=168
>
>
>
> Best Regards
>
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2008-08-25 10:02:38

by Le Rouzic

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Subject: Re: [NFS] linux-2.6.27-rc3: kernel BUG at fs/nfs/write.c:252

J. Bruce Fields a =E9crit :

>On Fri, Aug 22, 2008 at 09:35:20AM +0200, Le Rouzic wrote:
> =20
>
>>Hi,
>>Client and server On Intel X86_64 with linux-2.6.27-rc3.
>>
>>Doing several stress benchmarks simultaneously:
>>fsstress
>>iozone (without -U )
>>fsx
>>ffsb
>>cthon
>>
>>The server crashed.
>>
>>Here is the trace on the server:
>> =20
>>
>
>You're sure it's the server? This crash is in client code.
>
>--b.
> =20
>

Hi,
You are right. It's on the client side .
Sorry about that.
I made the confusion because this time I inversed the role of my=20
machines.
I can reproduced it . It happens also faster in loopback.

Cheers

> =20
>
>>------------[ cut here ]------------
>>kernel BUG at fs/nfs/write.c:252!
>>
>>Entering kdb (current=3D0xffff8800621c78d0, pid 25953) on processor 1=
due to
>>KDB_ENTER()
>>[1]kdb> bt
>>Stack traceback for pid 25953
>>0xffff8800621c78d0 25953 5308 1 1 R 0xffff8800621c7c38 =
*fsx-linux
>>sp ip Function (args)
>>0xffff8800660cdb88 0xffffffff80330871 nfs_do_writepage+0xe7
>>(0xffffe20001770140, invalid, 0xffff8800660cdd18)
>>0xffff8800660cdbf0 0xffffffff80330cd0 nfs_writepages_callback+0xf
>>(0xffffe20001770140)
>>0xffff8800660cdc10 0xffffffff802657f9 write_cache_pages+0x1ca
>>(0xffff880062402468, 0xffff8800660cddc8, 0xffffffff80330cc1,
>>0xffff8800660cdd18)
>>0xffff8800660cdd10 0xffffffff80330c95 nfs_writepages+0x72 (0xffff8800=
62402468,
>>0xffff8800660cddc8)
>>0xffff8800660cdd90 0xffffffff803315b6 __nfs_write_mapping+0x19
>>(0xffff880062402468, 0xffff8800660cddc8, invalid)
>>0xffff8800660cddc0 0xffffffff80331655 nfs_write_mapping+0x68
>>(0xffff880062402468, invalid)
>>0xffff8800660cde30 0xffffffff80331675 nfs_wb_nocommit+0x15 (invalid)
>>0xffff8800660cde40 0xffffffff80327638 nfs_getattr+0x5c (0xffff88007fb=
bf1c0,
>>invalid, 0xffff8800660cdef8)
>>0xffff8800660cde80 0xffffffff8028c637 vfs_getattr+0x44 (0xffff88007fb=
bf1c0,
>>0xffff8800664e00b8, 0xffff8800660cdef8)
>>0xffff8800660cdec0 0xffffffff8028c687 vfs_fstat+0x33 (invalid,
>>0xffff8800660cdef8)
>>0xffff8800660cdef0 0xffffffff8028c6b8 sys_newfstat+0x1a (invalid,
>>0x7fffec90f890)
>> not matched: from 0xffffffff8020bead to 0xffffffff8020bf25 drop_thro=
ugh 0
>>bb_jmp[7]
>>bb_special_case: Invalid bb_reg_state.memory, missing trailing entrie=
s
>>bb_special_case: on transfer to int_with_check
>> system_call_fastpath has memory parameters but no register parameter=
s.
>> Assuming it is a 'pass through' function that does not refer to its =
register
>> parameters and setting 6 register parameters
>>kdb_bb: 0xffffffff8020be3b [kernel]system_call_fastpath failed at
>>0xffffffff8020bec8
>>
>>Using old style backtrace, unreliable with no arguments
>>sp ip Function (args)
>>0xffff8800660cdb88 0xffffffff80330871 nfs_do_writepage+0xe7
>>0xffff8800660cdbb0 0xffffffff80330871 nfs_do_writepage+0xe7
>>0xffff8800660cdbf0 0xffffffff80330cd0 nfs_writepages_callback+0xf
>>0xffff8800660cdc10 0xffffffff802657f9 write_cache_pages+0x1ca
>>0xffff8800660cdc20 0xffffffff80330cc1 nfs_writepages_callback
>>0xffff8800660cdc68 0xffffffff8032d3bc nfs_wait_bit_killable
>>0xffff8800660cdc80 0xffffffff80603a87 out_of_line_wait_on_bit+0x6e
>>0xffff8800660cdca8 0xffffffff8023f9b8 wake_bit_function
>>0xffff8800660cdd10 0xffffffff80330c95 nfs_writepages+0x72
>>0xffff8800660cdd50 0xffffffff80331c41 nfs_flush_one
>>0xffff8800660cdd90 0xffffffff803315b6 __nfs_write_mapping+0x19
>>0xffff8800660cddc0 0xffffffff80331655 nfs_write_mapping+0x68
>>0xffff8800660cde30 0xffffffff80331675 nfs_wb_nocommit+0x15
>>0xffff8800660cde40 0xffffffff80327638 nfs_getattr+0x5c
>>0xffff8800660cde80 0xffffffff8028c637 vfs_getattr+0x44
>>0xffff8800660cdec0 0xffffffff8028c687 vfs_fstat+0x33
>>0xffff8800660cdef0 0xffffffff8028c6b8 sys_newfstat+0x1a
>>0xffff8800660cdf40 0xffffffff80242540 up_write+0x9
>>0xffff8800660cdf50 0xffffffff802731c5 sys_munmap+0x4d
>>
>>Bug registered at:
>>
>>
>>
>>------------------------------------------------------------- Bug: =20
>>http://bugzilla.linux-nfs.org/show_bug.cgi?id=3D168=20
>>
>>
>>
>>Best Regards
>>
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2008-08-25 10:03:26

by Le Rouzic

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Subject: Re: [NFS] linux-2.6.27-rc3: kernel BUG at fs/nfs/write.c:252

J. Bruce Fields a =E9crit :

>On Fri, Aug 22, 2008 at 09:35:20AM +0200, Le Rouzic wrote:
> =20
>
>>Hi,
>>Client and server On Intel X86_64 with linux-2.6.27-rc3.
>>
>>Doing several stress benchmarks simultaneously:
>>fsstress
>>iozone (without -U )
>>fsx
>>ffsb
>>cthon
>>
>>The server crashed.
>>
>>Here is the trace on the server:
>> =20
>>
>
>You're sure it's the server? This crash is in client code.
>
>--b.
> =20
>

Hi,
You are right. It's on the client side .
Sorry about that.
I made the confusion because this time I inversed the role of my=20
machines.
I can reproduced it . It happens also faster in loopback.

Cheers

> =20
>
>>------------[ cut here ]------------
>>kernel BUG at fs/nfs/write.c:252!
>>
>>Entering kdb (current=3D0xffff8800621c78d0, pid 25953) on processor 1=
due to
>>KDB_ENTER()
>>[1]kdb> bt
>>Stack traceback for pid 25953
>>0xffff8800621c78d0 25953 5308 1 1 R 0xffff8800621c7c38 =
*fsx-linux
>>sp ip Function (args)
>>0xffff8800660cdb88 0xffffffff80330871 nfs_do_writepage+0xe7
>>(0xffffe20001770140, invalid, 0xffff8800660cdd18)
>>0xffff8800660cdbf0 0xffffffff80330cd0 nfs_writepages_callback+0xf
>>(0xffffe20001770140)
>>0xffff8800660cdc10 0xffffffff802657f9 write_cache_pages+0x1ca
>>(0xffff880062402468, 0xffff8800660cddc8, 0xffffffff80330cc1,
>>0xffff8800660cdd18)
>>0xffff8800660cdd10 0xffffffff80330c95 nfs_writepages+0x72 (0xffff8800=
62402468,
>>0xffff8800660cddc8)
>>0xffff8800660cdd90 0xffffffff803315b6 __nfs_write_mapping+0x19
>>(0xffff880062402468, 0xffff8800660cddc8, invalid)
>>0xffff8800660cddc0 0xffffffff80331655 nfs_write_mapping+0x68
>>(0xffff880062402468, invalid)
>>0xffff8800660cde30 0xffffffff80331675 nfs_wb_nocommit+0x15 (invalid)
>>0xffff8800660cde40 0xffffffff80327638 nfs_getattr+0x5c (0xffff88007fb=
bf1c0,
>>invalid, 0xffff8800660cdef8)
>>0xffff8800660cde80 0xffffffff8028c637 vfs_getattr+0x44 (0xffff88007fb=
bf1c0,
>>0xffff8800664e00b8, 0xffff8800660cdef8)
>>0xffff8800660cdec0 0xffffffff8028c687 vfs_fstat+0x33 (invalid,
>>0xffff8800660cdef8)
>>0xffff8800660cdef0 0xffffffff8028c6b8 sys_newfstat+0x1a (invalid,
>>0x7fffec90f890)
>> not matched: from 0xffffffff8020bead to 0xffffffff8020bf25 drop_thro=
ugh 0
>>bb_jmp[7]
>>bb_special_case: Invalid bb_reg_state.memory, missing trailing entrie=
s
>>bb_special_case: on transfer to int_with_check
>> system_call_fastpath has memory parameters but no register parameter=
s.
>> Assuming it is a 'pass through' function that does not refer to its =
register
>> parameters and setting 6 register parameters
>>kdb_bb: 0xffffffff8020be3b [kernel]system_call_fastpath failed at
>>0xffffffff8020bec8
>>
>>Using old style backtrace, unreliable with no arguments
>>sp ip Function (args)
>>0xffff8800660cdb88 0xffffffff80330871 nfs_do_writepage+0xe7
>>0xffff8800660cdbb0 0xffffffff80330871 nfs_do_writepage+0xe7
>>0xffff8800660cdbf0 0xffffffff80330cd0 nfs_writepages_callback+0xf
>>0xffff8800660cdc10 0xffffffff802657f9 write_cache_pages+0x1ca
>>0xffff8800660cdc20 0xffffffff80330cc1 nfs_writepages_callback
>>0xffff8800660cdc68 0xffffffff8032d3bc nfs_wait_bit_killable
>>0xffff8800660cdc80 0xffffffff80603a87 out_of_line_wait_on_bit+0x6e
>>0xffff8800660cdca8 0xffffffff8023f9b8 wake_bit_function
>>0xffff8800660cdd10 0xffffffff80330c95 nfs_writepages+0x72
>>0xffff8800660cdd50 0xffffffff80331c41 nfs_flush_one
>>0xffff8800660cdd90 0xffffffff803315b6 __nfs_write_mapping+0x19
>>0xffff8800660cddc0 0xffffffff80331655 nfs_write_mapping+0x68
>>0xffff8800660cde30 0xffffffff80331675 nfs_wb_nocommit+0x15
>>0xffff8800660cde40 0xffffffff80327638 nfs_getattr+0x5c
>>0xffff8800660cde80 0xffffffff8028c637 vfs_getattr+0x44
>>0xffff8800660cdec0 0xffffffff8028c687 vfs_fstat+0x33
>>0xffff8800660cdef0 0xffffffff8028c6b8 sys_newfstat+0x1a
>>0xffff8800660cdf40 0xffffffff80242540 up_write+0x9
>>0xffff8800660cdf50 0xffffffff802731c5 sys_munmap+0x4d
>>
>>Bug registered at:
>>
>>
>>
>>------------------------------------------------------------- Bug: =20
>>http://bugzilla.linux-nfs.org/show_bug.cgi?id=3D168=20
>>
>>
>>
>>Best Regards
>>
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