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SubjectRe: Infinite loop when connecting to unreachable NFS servers
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On Tue, 2017-03-14 at 23:15 +0100, Sebastian Schmidt wrote:
> Hi,
>
> I was debugging some mysterious high CPU usage and tracked it down to
> monitoring daemon regularly calling stat*() on an NFS automount
> directory. The problem is triggered when mount.nfs passes mount() an
> addr= that points to an unreachable address (i.e. connecting fails
> immediately).
>
> One way to reproduce is by trying to mount Google's DNS server, whose
> IPv6 address isn't properly parsed or rejected by nfs-utils, causing an
> invalid addr= to be passed to mount():
>
> # strace -vf mount.nfs -v 2001:4860:4860:0:0:0:0:8888:/ /mnt
> write(1, "mount.nfs: timeout set for Tue Mar 14 22:57:49 2017", ...
> [...]
> socket(AF_INET, SOCK_DGRAM, IPPROTO_UDP) = 3
> bind(3, {sa_family=AF_INET, sin_port=htons(0), sin_addr=inet_addr("0.0.0.0")}, 16) = 0
> connect(3, {sa_family=AF_INET, sin_port=htons(0), sin_addr=inet_addr("0.0.7.209")}, 16) = -1 EINVAL (Invalid argument)
> close(3) = 0
> write(1, "mount.nfs: trying text-based options 'vers=4.2,addr=0.0.7.209,clientaddr=0.0.0.0'", ...
> mount("2001:4860:4860:0:0:0:0:8888:/", "/mnt", "nfs", 0, "vers=4.2,addr=0.0.7.209,clientad"...) = ?
> +++ killed by SIGKILL +++
>

That mount syntax is invalid. From nfs(5):

       The server's hostname can be an unqualified hostname, a fully qualified
       domain name, a dotted quad IPv4 address, or an IPv6 address enclosed in
       square brackets.  Link-local and  site-local  IPv6  addresses  must  be
       accompanied  by  an  interface  identifier.  See ipv6(7) for details on
       specifying raw IPv6 addresses.

So, something like this may work better:

mount -t nfs '[2001:4860:4860:0:0:0:0:8888]:/' /mnt


> While this is certainly a bug in mount.nfs, too, the bug can also be
> triggered with net.conf.ipv6.all.disable_ipv6=1 and using a hostname that
> resolves to an IPv6 address only (/etc/hosts works) with mount.nfs.
>
> <4>[ 6564.082853] RPC: 8 sleep_on(queue "xprt_pending" time 4296533344)
> <4>[ 6564.082855] RPC: 8 added to queue ffff8a673b146a18 "xprt_pending"
> <4>[ 6564.082858] RPC: 8 setting alarm for 180000 ms
> <4>[ 6564.082860] RPC: xs_connect scheduled xprt ffff8a673b146800
> <4>[ 6564.082863] RPC: 8 sync task going to sleep
> <4>[ 6564.082868] RPC: xs_bind 0000:0000:0000:0000:0000:0000:0000:0000:784: ok (0)
> <4>[ 6564.082870] RPC: worker connecting xprt ffff8a673b146800 via tcp to 2001:4860:4860::8888 (port 2049)
> <4>[ 6564.082874] RPC: ffff8a673b146800 connect status 99 connected 0 sock state 7
> <4>[ 6564.082876] RPC: 8 __rpc_wake_up_task (now 4296533344)
> <4>[ 6564.082878] RPC: 8 disabling timer
> <4>[ 6564.082880] RPC: 8 removed from queue ffff8a673b146a18 "xprt_pending"
> <4>[ 6564.082883] RPC: __rpc_wake_up_task done
> <4>[ 6564.082885] RPC: xs_tcp_state_change client ffff8a673b146800...
> <4>[ 6564.082887] RPC: state 7 conn 0 dead 0 zapped 1 sk_shutdown 3
> <4>[ 6564.082889] RPC: disconnected transport ffff8a673b146800
> <4>[ 6564.082893] RPC: wake_up_first(ffff8a673b146970 "xprt_sending")
> <4>[ 6564.082897] RPC: 8 sync task resuming
> <4>[ 6564.082899] RPC: 8 xprt_connect_status: retrying
> <4>[ 6564.082901] RPC: 8 call_connect_status (status -11)
> <4>[ 6564.082903] RPC: 8 call_timeout (minor)
> <4>[ 6564.082905] RPC: 8 call_bind (status 0)
> <4>[ 6564.082907] RPC: 8 call_connect xprt ffff8a673b146800 is not connected
> <4>[ 6564.082909] RPC: 8 xprt_connect xprt ffff8a673b146800 is not connected
> <4>[ 6564.082912] RPC: 8 sleep_on(queue "xprt_pending" time 4296533344)
> <4>[ 6564.082913] RPC: 8 added to queue ffff8a673b146a18 "xprt_pending"
> <4>[ 6564.082914] RPC: 8 setting alarm for 180000 ms
> <4>[ 6564.082914] RPC: xs_connect scheduled xprt ffff8a673b146800
> <4>[ 6564.082916] RPC: 8 sync task going to sleep
> <4>[ 6564.082919] RPC: xs_bind 0000:0000:0000:0000:0000:0000:0000:0000:938: ok (0)
> <4>[ 6564.082920] RPC: worker connecting xprt ffff8a673b146800 via tcp to 2001:4860:4860::8888 (port 2049)
> <4>[ 6564.082923] RPC: ffff8a673b146800 connect status 99 connected 0 sock state 7
> <4>[ 6564.082924] RPC: 8 __rpc_wake_up_task (now 4296533344)
> <4>[ 6564.082924] RPC: 8 disabling timer
> (and so on, until mount() times out)
>
> Similar for the IPv6-literal test case, where it's failing to connect to
> 0.0.7.209, so it's affecting IPv4, too. While grepping around I found a
> comment saying "If a UDP socket connect fails, the delay behavior here
> prevents retry floods (hard mounts)." for xs_connect(), but I haven't
> figured out how to trigger the UDP connection code.
>



--
Jeff Layton <jlayton@poochiereds.net>

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