On Wed, Oct 24, 2012 at 04:07:34PM +0200, Manuel Bouyer wrote:
I just got this panic on a NFS server:
uvm_fault(0xfffffe9069ecf468, 0x0, 1) -> e
fatal page fault in supervisor mode
trap type 6 code 0 rip ffffffff804bd391 cs 8 rflags 10246 cr2 c8 cpl 0 rsp fffffe817503b660
cpu20: Begin traceback...
printf_nolog() at netbsd:printf_nolog
startlwp() at netbsd:startlwp
alltraps() at netbsd:alltraps+0x9e
ffs_fhtovp() at netbsd:ffs_fhtovp+0x55
VFS_FHTOVP() at netbsd:VFS_FHTOVP+0x1c
nfsrv_fhtovp() at netbsd:nfsrv_fhtovp+0x9a
nfsrv_write() at netbsd:nfsrv_write+0x502
nfssvc_nfsd() at netbsd:nfssvc_nfsd+0x1ce
sys_nfssvc() at netbsd:sys_nfssvc+0x22d
syscall() at netbsd:syscall+0xc4
cpu20: End traceback...
Does it ring a bell to someone ?
I forgot to add: it does to me, I think I debugged (and fixed) something
similar in netbsd-5 ...http://mail-index.netbsd.org/tech-kern/2009/09/04/msg006026.html
I think this analysis still holds: I can't see what would prevent
vget() from returning a CLEAN vnode:
if the nfsd thread, in vn_lock(LK_EXCLUSIVE), gets preempted between
mutex_exit(vp->v_interlock) and VOP_LOCK(vp, (flags & ~~LK_RETRY));,
there is time for the vcleaner thread to start cleaning the
vnode. Then nfsd sleeps in VOP_LOCK(), wgets woken up when the cleaner
releases the exclusive lock and wins the race with the cleaner grabing
the interlock. At this point VI_CLEAN is not set but VI_XLOCK is still
set, but we check only for VI_CLEAN. When the nfsd releases the interlock
the cleaner finish cleaning the vnode, and nfsd hits a NULL v_data in
I think we should check for VI_XLOCK in addition to VI_CLEAN at the end of
vn_lock(). What do you think ?