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SubjectRe: [PATCH 4.14 023/159] mm/sparsemem: Allocate mem_section at runtime for CONFIG_SPARSEMEM_EXTREME=y
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At 02/07/2018 08:27 PM, Baoquan He wrote:
> On 02/07/18 at 08:17pm, Dou Liyang wrote:
>> Hi Baoquan,
>>
>> At 02/07/2018 08:08 PM, Baoquan He wrote:
>>> On 02/07/18 at 08:00pm, Dou Liyang wrote:
>>>> Hi Kirill,Mike
>>>>
>>>> At 02/07/2018 06:45 PM, Mike Galbraith wrote:
>>>>> On Wed, 2018-02-07 at 13:41 +0300, Kirill A. Shutemov wrote:
>>>>>> On Wed, Feb 07, 2018 at 05:25:05PM +0800, Dou Liyang wrote:
>>>>>>> Hi All,
>>>>>>>
>>>>>>> I met the makedumpfile failed in the upstream kernel which contained
>>>>>>> this patch. Did I missed something else?
>>>>>>
>>>>>> None I'm aware of.
>>>>>>
>>>>>> Is there a reason to suspect that the issue is related to the bug this patch
>>>>>> fixed?
>>>>>
>>>>
>>>> I did a contrastive test by my colleagues Indoh's suggestion.
>>>>
>>>> Revert your two commits:
>>>>
>>>> commit 83e3c48729d9ebb7af5a31a504f3fd6aff0348c4
>>>> Author: Kirill A. Shutemov <kirill.shutemov@linux.intel.com>
>>>> Date: Fri Sep 29 17:08:16 2017 +0300
>>>>
>>>> commit 629a359bdb0e0652a8227b4ff3125431995fec6e
>>>> Author: Kirill A. Shutemov <kirill.shutemov@linux.intel.com>
>>>> Date: Tue Nov 7 11:33:37 2017 +0300
>>>>
>>>> ...and keep others unchanged, the makedumpfile works well.
>>>>
>>>>> Still works fine for me with .today. Box is only 16GB desktop box though.
>>>>>
>>>> Btw, In the upstream kernel which contained this patch, I did two tests:
>>>>
>>>> 1) use the makedumpfile as core_collector in /etc/kdump.conf, then
>>>> trigger the process of kdump by echo 1 >/proc/sysrq-trigger, the
>>>> makedumpfile works well and I can get the vmcore file.
>>>>
>>>> ......It is OK
>>>>
>>>> 2) use cp as core_collector, do the same operation to get the vmcore file.
>>>> then use makedumpfile to do like above:
>>>>
>>>> [douly@localhost code]$ ./makedumpfile -d 31 --message-level 31 -x
>>>> vmlinux_4.15+ vmcore_4.15+_from_cp_command vmcore_4.15+
>>>
>>> Oh, then please ignore my previous comment. Adding '-D' can give more
>>> debugging message.
>>
>> I added '-D', Just like before, no more debugging message:
>>
>> BTW, I use crash to analyze the vmcore file created by 'cp' command.
>>
>> ./crash ../makedumpfile/code/vmcore_4.15+_from_cp_command
>> ../makedumpfile/code/vmlinux_4.15+
>>
>> the crash works well, It's so interesting.
>>
>> Thanks,
>> dou.
>>
>> The debugging message with '-D':
>
> And what's the debugging printing when trigger crash by sysrq?
>

kdump: dump target is /dev/vda2
kdump: saving to /sysroot//var/crash/127.0.0.1-2018-02-07-07:31:56/
[ 2.751352] EXT4-fs (vda2): re-mounted. Opts: data=ordered
kdump: saving vmcore-dmesg.txt
kdump: saving vmcore-dmesg.txt complete
kdump: saving vmcore
sadump: does not have partition header
sadump: read dump device as unknown format
sadump: unknown format
LOAD (0)
phys_start : 1000000
phys_end : 2a86000
virt_start : ffffffff81000000
virt_end : ffffffff82a86000
LOAD (1)
phys_start : 1000
phys_end : 9fc00
virt_start : ffff880000001000
virt_end : ffff88000009fc00
LOAD (2)
phys_start : 100000
phys_end : 13000000
virt_start : ffff880000100000
virt_end : ffff880013000000
LOAD (3)
phys_start : 33000000
phys_end : 7ffd7000
virt_start : ffff880033000000
virt_end : ffff88007ffd7000
Linux kdump
page_size : 4096

max_mapnr : 7ffd7

Buffer size for the cyclic mode: 131061

num of NODEs : 1


Memory type : SPARSEMEM_EX

mem_map (0)
mem_map : ffffea0000000000
pfn_start : 0
pfn_end : 8000
mem_map (1)
mem_map : ffffea0000200000
pfn_start : 8000
pfn_end : 10000
mem_map (2)
mem_map : ffffea0000400000
pfn_start : 10000
pfn_end : 18000
mem_map (3)
mem_map : ffffea0000600000
pfn_start : 18000
pfn_end : 20000
mem_map (4)
mem_map : ffffea0000800000
pfn_start : 20000
pfn_end : 28000
mem_map (5)
mem_map : ffffea0000a00000
pfn_start : 28000
pfn_end : 30000
mem_map (6)
mem_map : ffffea0000c00000
pfn_start : 30000
pfn_end : 38000
mem_map (7)
mem_map : ffffea0000e00000
pfn_start : 38000
pfn_end : 40000
mem_map (8)
mem_map : ffffea0001000000
pfn_start : 40000
pfn_end : 48000
mem_map (9)
mem_map : ffffea0001200000
pfn_start : 48000
pfn_end : 50000
mem_map (10)
mem_map : ffffea0001400000
pfn_start : 50000
pfn_end : 58000
mem_map (11)
mem_map : ffffea0001600000
pfn_start : 58000
pfn_end : 60000
mem_map (12)
mem_map : ffffea0001800000
pfn_start : 60000
pfn_end : 68000
mem_map (13)
mem_map : ffffea0001a00000
pfn_start : 68000
pfn_end : 70000
mem_map (14)
mem_map : ffffea0001c00000
pfn_start : 70000
pfn_end : 78000
mem_map (15)
mem_map : ffffea0001e00000
pfn_start : 78000
pfn_end : 7ffd7
mmap() is available on the kernel.
Copying data : [100.0 %] -
eta: 0s
Writing erase info...
offset_eraseinfo: 9567fb0, size_eraseinfo: 0
kdump: saving vmcore complete

Thanks,
dou

>>
>> [douly@localhost code]$ ./makedumpfile -D -d 31 --message-level 31 -x
>> vmlinux_4.15+ vmcore_4.15+_from_cp_command vmcore_4.15+
>> sadump: does not have partition header
>> sadump: read dump device as unknown format
>> sadump: unknown format
>> LOAD (0)
>> phys_start : 1000000
>> phys_end : 2a86000
>> virt_start : ffffffff81000000
>> virt_end : ffffffff82a86000
>> LOAD (1)
>> phys_start : 1000
>> phys_end : 9fc00
>> virt_start : ffff880000001000
>> virt_end : ffff88000009fc00
>> LOAD (2)
>> phys_start : 100000
>> phys_end : 13000000
>> virt_start : ffff880000100000
>> virt_end : ffff880013000000
>> LOAD (3)
>> phys_start : 33000000
>> phys_end : 7ffd7000
>> virt_start : ffff880033000000
>> virt_end : ffff88007ffd7000
>> Linux kdump
>> page_size : 4096
>>
>> max_mapnr : 7ffd7
>>
>> Buffer size for the cyclic mode: 131061
>> The kernel version is not supported.
>> The makedumpfile operation may be incomplete.
>>
>> num of NODEs : 1
>>
>>
>> Memory type : SPARSEMEM_EX
>>
>> mem_map (0)
>> mem_map : ffff88007ff26000
>> pfn_start : 0
>> pfn_end : 8000
>> mem_map (1)
>> mem_map : 0
>> pfn_start : 8000
>> pfn_end : 10000
>> mem_map (2)
>> mem_map : 0
>> pfn_start : 10000
>> pfn_end : 18000
>> mem_map (3)
>> mem_map : 0
>> pfn_start : 18000
>> pfn_end : 20000
>> mem_map (4)
>> mem_map : 0
>> pfn_start : 20000
>> pfn_end : 28000
>> mem_map (5)
>> mem_map : 0
>> pfn_start : 28000
>> pfn_end : 30000
>> mem_map (6)
>> mem_map : 0
>> pfn_start : 30000
>> pfn_end : 38000
>> mem_map (7)
>> mem_map : 0
>> pfn_start : 38000
>> pfn_end : 40000
>> mem_map (8)
>> mem_map : 0
>> pfn_start : 40000
>> pfn_end : 48000
>> mem_map (9)
>> mem_map : 0
>> pfn_start : 48000
>> pfn_end : 50000
>> mem_map (10)
>> mem_map : 0
>> pfn_start : 50000
>> pfn_end : 58000
>> mem_map (11)
>> mem_map : 0
>> pfn_start : 58000
>> pfn_end : 60000
>> mem_map (12)
>> mem_map : 0
>> pfn_start : 60000
>> pfn_end : 68000
>> mem_map (13)
>> mem_map : 0
>> pfn_start : 68000
>> pfn_end : 70000
>> mem_map (14)
>> mem_map : 0
>> pfn_start : 70000
>> pfn_end : 78000
>> mem_map (15)
>> mem_map : 0
>> pfn_start : 78000
>> pfn_end : 7ffd7
>> mmap() is available on the kernel.
>> Checking for memory holes : [100.0 %] | STEP
>> [Checking for memory holes ] : 0.000014 seconds
>> __vtop4_x86_64: Can't get a valid pte.
>> readmem: Can't convert a virtual address(ffff88007ffd7000) to physical
>> address.
>> readmem: type_addr: 0, addr:ffff88007ffd7000, size:32768
>> __exclude_unnecessary_pages: Can't read the buffer of struct page.
>> create_2nd_bitmap: Can't exclude unnecessary pages.
>> Checking for memory holes : [100.0 %] \ STEP
>> [Checking for memory holes ] : 0.000006 seconds
>> Checking for memory holes : [100.0 %] - STEP
>> [Checking for memory holes ] : 0.000004 seconds
>> __vtop4_x86_64: Can't get a valid pte.
>> readmem: Can't convert a virtual address(ffff88007ffd7000) to physical
>> address.
>> readmem: type_addr: 0, addr:ffff88007ffd7000, size:32768
>> __exclude_unnecessary_pages: Can't read the buffer of struct page.
>> create_2nd_bitmap: Can't exclude unnecessary pages.
>>
>> makedumpfile Failed.
>>
>>>
>>>>
>>>> ......It causes makedumpfile failed.
>>>>
>>>>
>>>> Thanks,
>>>> dou.
>>>>
>>>>> -Mike
>>>>>
>>>>>
>>>>>
>>>>
>>>>
>>>
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