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SubjectRe: What exactly are the issues with 2.6.0-test10 preempt?


On Mon, 24 Nov 2003, Guennadi Liakhovetski wrote:
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> Well, FWIW, I'm getting 100% reproducible Oopses on __boot__ by enabling
> preemption AND (almost) all kernel-hacking CONFIG_DEBUG_* options - see my
> post of 21.11.2003 with subject "[OOPS] 2.6.0-test7 + preempt + hacking".
> If required, could try to narrow it down to 1 CONFIG option.

I'd love to have more info - I actually looked at your original report,
and it's one of those "impossible" things as far as I can tell. The low
bit of the work "pending" flag should acts as a lock on workqueues, and
serialize access to one workqueue totally - so having it show up with a
pending timer is "strange" to say the least. The only two ways to clear
the "pending" timer is by running the work-queue - either for the timer to
have gone off (for the delayed case) _or_ the timer not to have evern been
set in the first place (for the immediate case).

So more information would be wonderful.

Linus
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