Subject: Re: uvn_fp1 hang
To: enami tsugutomo <email@example.com>
From: Paul Ripke <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 01/17/2003 08:55:15
On Friday, January 17, 2003, at 01:25 AM, enami tsugutomo wrote:
>>> 0xcb893424 6379 4 4 0xc04023d0 cron (flt_pmfail2)
>>> 0xcb6997c0 6377 4006 4 0xc04023d0 pax (uvn_fp1)
>>> 0xcb893244 6349 20204 3 0xc07460d4 raidio0 (raidiow)
>>> 0xcb7fc998 6348 20204 3 0xc04023d0 raid0 (km_getwait2)
>> This looks like an "out of kernel memory" problem.
> More strictly, a backend requires memory to clean dirty page which
> needs to be cleand to get free memroy, I guess.
OK, so we aren't reserving enough memory for "emergency" use? Can the
kernel gods suggest a fix/workaround? I presume this relates to
NKMEMPAGES? Should I try increasing this? Or will that just postpone
the inevitable? So many questions...
>> PR#12384 seems to be completely unrelated, so I"m guessing you had a
>> different PR in mind :-)
> Probably, it is 123 *48*.
Doh! Yes, I do, thank you! Sleep depravation strikes again...
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