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    SubjectRe: Linux 3.0 oopses when pulling a USB CDROM
    On Fri, 1 Jul 2011, James Bottomley wrote:

    > On Fri, 2011-07-01 at 14:14 -0400, Dave Jones wrote:
    > > On Fri, Jul 01, 2011 at 10:05:31AM -0700, Andi Kleen wrote:
    > >
    > > > I found I can reliably crash a 3.0 system by pulling the
    > > > USB cable of a mounted USB cdrom (or rather a USB device which
    > > > has a builtin fake CD-ROM)
    > > >
    > > > I suspect it's a regression too.
    > >
    > > We've been seeing a lot of similar bugs in Fedora since we pushed
    > > a 2.6.38.8 update. Some of the traces are different, but some
    > > look to be the same as yours. (here's one for eg: https://bugzilla.redhat.com/show_bug.cgi?id=712830)
    > >
    > > The common cause seems to be 'device went away'. So USB CD drives,
    > > USB memory sticks, and for some reason virtualbox shutdown.
    >
    > I think it's something specific in the USB path. I can't reproduce on
    > 3.0-rc5 with a SATA DVD hot unplug. USB cc's added.

    I just took a look at the Red Hat bugzilla entry mentioned above. It
    seems to be quite different from the issue addressed by the patch I
    just posted -- a crash with invalid memory access rather than a lockdep
    violation and hang of the khubd thread.

    It's also notable that the stack dump in the bugzilla report doesn't
    contain any functions in the USB subsystem. Of course this doesn't
    prove anything, but it is suggestive.

    Evidently the sdev argument to scsi_prep_state_check() was NULL. This
    looks like the problem that cropped up before, where q->queuedata was
    getting set to NULL while the queue was still in use. I can't imagine
    how anything in usb-storage could have caused that.

    Alan Stern



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