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SubjectPROBLEMO: Kernel Oops when writing from ..uhm.. writing to disk(harddrive and nfs-mounted drive)
1. Kernel oops when writing data read from the device to disk(hdd or nfs-mounted filesystem).

2. It occurs somewhat randomly but whenever it happens, NIP is always 0x00000040. i don't think it's related to
just "writing" to disk cuz cat /dev/full > temp doesn't make the kernel oops. the device driver simply "put_user
(data)", and the program reads that and write to a file. It writes something and sometimes it writes quite a lot
(more than 30 megs), and it ooops. the ksymoops trace generates almost the similar output(the NIP and the last trace
before NIP are the same). it's at __run_task_queue.

3. ppc405, run_task_queue

4. cat /proc/version
Linux version 2.4.17_mvl21-redwood5 (root@qha-p3) (gcc version 2.95.3 20010315 (release/MontaVista)) 2. 3. 10:54:16
KST 2003

5. oops
Oops: kernel access of bad area, sig: 11
NIP: 00000040 XER: 20000000 LR: C0016DC8 SP: C03F1BA0 REGS: c03f1ae0 TRAP: 0400 Not tad
Using defaults from ksymoops -t elf32-powerpc -a powerpc:common
MSR: 00009030 EE: 1 PR: 0 FP: 0 ME: 1 IR/DR: 11
TASK = c03f0000[8] 'rpciod' Last syscall: -1
last math 00000000 last altivec 00000000
GPR00: 00000040 C03F1BA0 C03F0000 00000002 C03F1B78 00004000 00844000 00000001
GPR08: C19B8DE0 C01C504C 3E64A000 C19B6000 42002029 10019BEC 00004000 C03F1D88
GPR16: 00004040 00002000 000005C8 00000003 000005DC 00000010 0000667D 00000000
GPR24: 00000014 000005DC C01C9060 00000000 C03F1BA8 C341BD50 00000000 00000000
Call backtrace:
C0016DC8 C001A918 C0016C84 C0016B3C C0016774 C0110A54 C01156A4
C0122B30 C01234F0 C0123650 C0141074 C0148190 C0108D64 C0156798
C015662C C0154130 C015843C C01588C0 C0159454 C0004F68
Warning (Oops_read): Code line not seen, dumping what data is available

>>NIP; 00000040 Before first symbol <=====
Trace; c0016dc8 <__run_task_queue+88/14c>
Trace; c001a918 <del_timer+c8/10e8>
Trace; c0016c84 <tasklet_kill+ec/140>
Trace; c0016b3c <__tasklet_hi_schedule+21c/25c>
Trace; c0016774 <do_softirq+88/100>
Trace; c0110a54 <dev_queue_xmit+1a8/3c8>
Trace; c01156a4 <neigh_resolve_output+1a0/218>
Trace; c0122b30 <ip_options_undo+bb8/1a2c>
Trace; c01234f0 <ip_options_undo+1578/1a2c>
Trace; c0123650 <ip_options_undo+16d8/1a2c>
Trace; c0141074 <ip_cmsg_recv+1cda8/1e348>
Trace; c0148190 <unregister_inetaddr_notifier+1d00/215c>
Trace; c0108d64 <sock_sendmsg+9c/cc>
Trace; c0156798 <rpc_restart_call+2d18/33f8>
Trace; c015662c <rpc_restart_call+2bac/33f8>
Trace; c0154130 <rpc_restart_call+6b0/33f8>
Trace; c015843c <rpc_delay+144/3a4>
Trace; c01588c0 <rpc_execute+224/278>
Trace; c0159454 <rpc_killall_tasks+1b4/43c>
Trace; c0004f68 <kernel_thread+2c/1c4>

the code:
0xc0016d40 <__run_task_queue>: stwu r1,-64(r1)
0xc0016d44 <__run_task_queue+4>: mflr r0
0xc0016d48 <__run_task_queue+8>: stmw r28,48(r1)
0xc0016d4c <__run_task_queue+12>: stw r0,68(r1)
0xc0016d50 <__run_task_queue+16>: mr r29,r3
0xc0016d54 <__run_task_queue+20>: addi r3,r1,24
0xc0016d58 <__run_task_queue+24>: bl 0xc000492c <__save_flags_ptr>
0xc0016d5c <__run_task_queue+28>: bl 0xc00049e0 <__cli>
0xc0016d60 <__run_task_queue+32>: addi r28,r1,8
0xc0016d64 <__run_task_queue+36>: lwz r9,0(r29)
0xc0016d68 <__run_task_queue+40>: stw r28,4(r9)
0xc0016d6c <__run_task_queue+44>: lwz r11,4(r29)
0xc0016d70 <__run_task_queue+48>: stw r9,8(r1)
0xc0016d74 <__run_task_queue+52>: stw r11,4(r28)
0xc0016d78 <__run_task_queue+56>: stw r28,0(r29)
0xc0016d7c <__run_task_queue+60>: stw r28,0(r11)
0xc0016d80 <__run_task_queue+64>: stw r29,0(r29)
0xc0016d84 <__run_task_queue+68>: stw r29,4(r29)
0xc0016d88 <__run_task_queue+72>: lwz r3,24(r1)
0xc0016d8c <__run_task_queue+76>: bl 0xc000497c <__restore_flags>
0xc0016d90 <__run_task_queue+80>: lwz r29,8(r1)
0xc0016d94 <__run_task_queue+84>: cmpw r29,r28
---Type <return> to continue, or q <return> to quit---
0xc0016d98 <__run_task_queue+88>:
beq 0xc0016dd0 <__run_task_queue+144>
0xc0016d9c <__run_task_queue+92>: li r31,0
0xc0016da0 <__run_task_queue+96>: mr r9,r29
0xc0016da4 <__run_task_queue+100>: lwz r0,12(r9)
0xc0016da8 <__run_task_queue+104>: lwz r3,16(r9)
0xc0016dac <__run_task_queue+108>: lwz r29,0(r29)
0xc0016db0 <__run_task_queue+112>: eieio
0xc0016db4 <__run_task_queue+116>: cmpwi r0,0
0xc0016db8 <__run_task_queue+120>: stw r31,8(r9)
0xc0016dbc <__run_task_queue+124>:
beq 0xc0016dc8 <__run_task_queue+136>
0xc0016dc0 <__run_task_queue+128>: mtlr r0
0xc0016dc4 <__run_task_queue+132>: blrl
0xc0016dc8 <__run_task_queue+136>: cmpw r29,r28 <================ HERE! just before the NIP.
0xc0016dcc <__run_task_queue+140>:
bne 0xc0016da0 <__run_task_queue+96>
0xc0016dd0 <__run_task_queue+144>: lwz r0,68(r1)
0xc0016dd4 <__run_task_queue+148>: mtlr r0
0xc0016dd8 <__run_task_queue+152>: lmw r28,48(r1)
0xc0016ddc <__run_task_queue+156>: addi r1,r1,64
0xc0016de0 <__run_task_queue+160>: blr


in c:
void __run_task_queue(task_queue *list)
{
struct list_head head, *next;
unsigned long flags;

spin_lock_irqsave(&tqueue_lock, flags);
list_add(&head, list);
list_del_init(list);
spin_unlock_irqrestore(&tqueue_lock, flags);

next = head.next;
while (next != &head) {
void (*f) (void *);
struct tq_struct *p;
void *data;

p = list_entry(next, struct tq_struct, list);
next = next->next;
f = p->routine;
data = p->data;
wmb();
p->sync = 0;
if (f)
f(data);
}
}

7. running kernel-2.4.17 (monta vista hard hat) on STB04xx chip.

if i'm correct, it's trying access the invalid p->routine? what are the things i can try to debug this problem?
whenever the oops occurs, NIP is always 0x0000040. i'm really stuck with this, and any help will be GREATLY
appreciated!

thanks in advance!!


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