Subject: Re: LFS hangs during heavy disk activity
To: David P. Reese, Jr. <firstname.lastname@example.org>
From: Frederick Bruckman <email@example.com>
Date: 11/26/2003 11:09:16
On Tue, 25 Nov 2003, David P. Reese, Jr. wrote:
> I'm trying to build distributions on an LFS volume on 1.6ZF and one of my
> nbinstall proc's is getting hung in state "uvn_fp". When it gets hung
> I see the following on the console:
> lfs_writevnodes: starting over
> ino 248385 bytes == 0 offset 0
I'm seeing that too. It's easily reproducible with "cp -pR xsrc ..."
It only gets about 100 Mb done before hanging. It wasn't doing that
earlier this month, with 1.6ZE.
> I was able to get a backtrace of the process in DDB
> trace: pid 28454 at 0xe138c6f8
> ltsleep(c0803680,204,c0314c15,0,e09bb8a0) at netbsd:ltsleep+0x3fb
> uvn_findpage(e09bb8a0,0,0,e138c940,0) at netbsd:uvn_findpage+0x82
> uvn_findpages(e09bb8a0,0,0,e138c8dc,e138c940) at netbsd:uvn_findpages+0xaf
> genfs_getpages(e138ca00,6,0,c0366cc0,0) at netbsd:genfs_getpages+0x41c
> ubc_fault(e138cb30,e036e000,e138cab0,1,0) at netbsd:ubc_fault+0x1a0
> uvm_fault(c0366d00,e036e000,0,2,0) at netbsd:uvm_fault+0x2f8
> trap() at netbsd:trap+0x38f
> --- trap (number 2202) ---
> Is it possible to unhang the process? It's not responding to SIGKILL.
I don't think a process can be killed while it's blocking on I/O. You
just have to unmount as many file systems as you can, and reboot.