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SubjectRe: [BUG] 2.5.47 - Assertion failed in fs/jbd/journal.c:415
Robert Macaulay wrote:
>
> We were performing an IO performance test on 2.5.47. The storage we were
> writing to was a Fibre Channel array(dell 650f) via qlogic 2200 cards
> using the qlogicfc driver in the Linux kernel. There were 8 separate LUNS
> on the FC array, each of which has an ext3 filesystem on them. There are
> no partition tables on the disks(one of the disks would not accept one,
> separate issue). The ext3 filesystem was created directly on the block
> devices, /dev/sdf /dev/sdg etc. The server is a Dell Poweredge 6650, 4
> procs, 8Gig RAM. More detailed system information is appended at the
> bottom.
>
> For now, the test was 100% writing to all 8 filesystems in parallel. The
> following BUG was reported halfway through the 4th run of this test. I'm
> not sure how reproducible this is.
>
> The machine is still running. IO in progress at the time of the BUG has
> stopped in D state, New IO is stil possible though to the disks. I will
> leave the system up and running if there is any more info needed for a few
> days.
>
> I will be trying a more recent version in a few days. 2.5.47 was the
> latest kernel I could compile at the time. I've looked through the
> archives, but could not find any mention of this particular bug, so I do
> not know if it has been addressed or not. Thanks
>
> Assertion failure in journal_write_metadata_buffer() at fs/jbd/journal.c:415: "buffer_jdirty(jh2bh(jh_in))"

I can't immediately see what would cause this. There is code in
__journal_file_buffer which could have triggered this, but we should
have exclusion from that via both lock_kernel() and lock_journal().

I'll see if Stephen can spot it. I shall assume you were using
the data-ordered journalling mode.
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