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SubjectRe: [Bluez-devel] Oops involving RFCOMM and sysfs
On Mon, Jan 14, 2008 at 01:52:28PM +0100, Cornelia Huck wrote:
> On Mon, 14 Jan 2008 15:05:19 +0800,
> "Dave Young" <hidave.darkstar@gmail.com> wrote:
>
> > On Jan 12, 2008 7:09 AM, Gabor Gombas <gombasg@sztaki.hu> wrote:
> > > On Thu, Jan 10, 2008 at 09:11:17AM +0800, Dave Young wrote:
> > >
> > > > For bluetooth device_move, the only child device of hci_conn dev is
> > > > the rfcomm tty_dev. How about the following patch, please verify :
> > >
> > > There is now no oops, instead the keyboard becomes almost completely
> > > unresponsible when I switch off & on the phone. The mouse still works
> > > (tested both with X and with the VGA console), but terminal input and VT
> > > switching is dead. On the VGA console, even scrolling using Shift+PgUp
> > > stops working.
> > >
> > > Alt+SysRq+w works, trace is below. Ctrl+Alt+Del also works, but then
> > > init complains about hung processes and that it can not umount the file
> > > systems and cannot stop the RAID arrays. Once it still rebooted though,
> > > the second time it got hung after trying to umount the filesystems, and
> > > I had to use Alt+SysRq+b.
> > >
> > > If I can choose then I prefer the Oops...
> > >
> > > Jan 11 23:46:35 twister kernel: SysRq : Emergency Sync
> > > Jan 11 23:46:35 twister kernel: Emergency Sync complete
> > > Jan 11 23:46:42 twister kernel: SysRq : Show Blocked State
> > > Jan 11 23:46:42 twister kernel: task PC stack pid father
> > > Jan 11 23:46:42 twister kernel: events/0 D ffffffff80487190 0 5 2
> > > Jan 11 23:46:42 twister kernel: ffff8100bf84fd40 0000000000000046 ffff8100ae7f2600 ffff8100bf84fd00
> > > Jan 11 23:46:42 twister kernel: ffff8100bf84a830 ffff8100bd872000 ffffffff80652ae0 0000000100000100
> > > Jan 11 23:46:42 twister kernel: 0000000000000000 7fffffffffffffff 7fffffffffffffff 0000000000000002
> > > Jan 11 23:46:42 twister kernel: Call Trace:
> > > Jan 11 23:46:42 twister kernel: [<ffffffff80473543>] schedule_timeout+0x1e/0xad
> > > Jan 11 23:46:42 twister kernel: [<ffffffff8028560d>] dput+0x26/0x103
> > > Jan 11 23:46:42 twister kernel: [<ffffffff802af3fd>] sysfs_move_dir+0x1ee/0x1fd
> > > Jan 11 23:46:42 twister kernel: [<ffffffff8047340b>] wait_for_common+0xc4/0x129
> > > Jan 11 23:46:42 twister kernel: [<ffffffff80224204>] default_wake_function+0x0/0xe
> > > Jan 11 23:46:42 twister kernel: [<ffffffff80471d72>] klist_del+0x15/0x2e
> > > Jan 11 23:46:42 twister kernel: [<ffffffff803698f3>] device_move+0x80/0x111
> > > Jan 11 23:46:42 twister kernel: [<ffffffff88146a27>] :bluetooth:hci_conn_move_child+0x0/0xf
> > > Jan 11 23:46:42 twister kernel: [<ffffffff88146a32>] :bluetooth:hci_conn_move_child+0xb/0xf
> > > Jan 11 23:46:42 twister kernel: [<ffffffff80369836>] device_for_each_child+0x22/0x4d
>
> The problem here is that device_for_each_child() will elevate the
> klist_node's refcount while the callback function calls device_move().
> device_move() calls klist_remove() on the same node, which will do a
> klist_del() and then wait for the refcount to drop to 0...

My wrong, it is the problem, thanks.

>
> > > Jan 11 23:46:42 twister kernel: [<ffffffff88146a05>] :bluetooth:del_conn+0x0/0x22
> > > Jan 11 23:46:42 twister kernel: [<ffffffff88146a1e>] :bluetooth:del_conn+0x19/0x22
> > > Jan 11 23:46:42 twister kernel: [<ffffffff8023696d>] run_workqueue+0x74/0xee
> > > Jan 11 23:46:42 twister kernel: [<ffffffff80236ff8>] worker_thread+0x0/0xe7
> > > Jan 11 23:46:42 twister kernel: [<ffffffff802370d2>] worker_thread+0xda/0xe7
> > > Jan 11 23:46:42 twister kernel: [<ffffffff80239b77>] autoremove_wake_function+0x0/0x2e
> > > Jan 11 23:46:42 twister kernel: [<ffffffff80236ff8>] worker_thread+0x0/0xe7
> > > Jan 11 23:46:42 twister kernel: [<ffffffff802399a0>] kthread+0x47/0x73
> > > Jan 11 23:46:42 twister kernel: [<ffffffff8020bdc8>] child_rip+0xa/0x12
> > > Jan 11 23:46:42 twister kernel: [<ffffffff80239959>] kthread+0x0/0x73
> > > Jan 11 23:46:42 twister kernel: [<ffffffff8020bdbe>] child_rip+0x0/0x12
> > > Jan 11 23:46:42 twister kernel:
> > > Jan 11 23:46:42 twister kernel: cat D 7fffffffffffffff 0 3978 3965
> > > Jan 11 23:46:42 twister kernel: ffff81009e857ce8 0000000000000086 ffff8100ae7f2900 ffff81009e857ca8
> > > Jan 11 23:46:42 twister kernel: ffff8100bd872000 ffff8100bf9e7060 ffffffff80652ae0 00000001000000c0
> > > Jan 11 23:46:42 twister kernel: 0000000000000000 7fffffffffffffff 7fffffffffffffff 0000000000000002
> > > Jan 11 23:46:42 twister kernel: Call Trace:
> > > Jan 11 23:46:42 twister kernel: [<ffffffff80473543>] schedule_timeout+0x1e/0xad
> > > Jan 11 23:46:42 twister kernel: [<ffffffff80223ccc>] __dequeue_entity+0x1c/0x32
> > > Jan 11 23:46:42 twister kernel: [<ffffffff80223d05>] set_next_entity+0x23/0x73
> > > Jan 11 23:46:42 twister kernel: [<ffffffff8047340b>] wait_for_common+0xc4/0x129
> > > Jan 11 23:46:42 twister kernel: [<ffffffff80224204>] default_wake_function+0x0/0xe
> > > Jan 11 23:46:42 twister kernel: [<ffffffff80236b02>] flush_cpu_workqueue+0x50/0x58
> > > Jan 11 23:46:42 twister kernel: [<ffffffff80236c32>] wq_barrier_func+0x0/0x9
> > > Jan 11 23:46:42 twister kernel: [<ffffffff80236ecf>] flush_workqueue+0x9/0x12
> > > Jan 11 23:46:42 twister kernel: [<ffffffff803449f9>] release_dev+0x47c/0x5e2
> > > Jan 11 23:46:42 twister kernel: [<ffffffff8021b609>] do_page_fault+0x2ff/0x65a
> > > Jan 11 23:46:42 twister kernel: [<ffffffff80344b6b>] tty_release+0xc/0x10
> > > Jan 11 23:46:42 twister kernel: [<ffffffff80277013>] __fput+0xb1/0x16f
> > > Jan 11 23:46:42 twister kernel: [<ffffffff80274961>] filp_close+0x5d/0x65
> > > Jan 11 23:46:42 twister kernel: [<ffffffff80275ab3>] sys_close+0x73/0xa6
> > > Jan 11 23:46:42 twister kernel: [<ffffffff8020b5fc>] tracesys+0xdc/0xe1
> > > Jan 11 23:46:42 twister kernel:
> > >
> > > If I'm not mistaken the "cat" above is the "cat /dev/zero >
> > > /dev/rfcomm0" command.
> > >
> >
> > Any idea about this?
> >
> > Add marcel and davem in cc-list.
>
> As a band-aid, you could use device_find_child() and then device_move()
> on the found child. Repeat until no children are left.

This one should fix the bug, Gabor, could you test?
---
The rfcomm tty device will possibly retain even when conn is down,
and sysfs doesn't support zombie device moving, so this patch
move the tty device before conn device is destroyed.

Signed-off-by: Dave Young <hidave.darkstar@gmail.com>

---
net/bluetooth/hci_sysfs.c | 15 +++++++++++++++
1 file changed, 15 insertions(+)

diff -upr linux/net/bluetooth/hci_sysfs.c linux.new/net/bluetooth/hci_sysfs.c
--- linux/net/bluetooth/hci_sysfs.c 2008-01-15 09:36:47.000000000 +0800
+++ linux.new/net/bluetooth/hci_sysfs.c 2008-01-15 09:44:47.000000000 +0800
@@ -316,9 +316,24 @@ void hci_conn_add_sysfs(struct hci_conn
schedule_work(&conn->work);
}

+static int __match_tty(struct device *dev, void *data)
+{
+ /* The rfcomm tty device will possibly retain even when conn
+ * is down, and sysfs doesn't support move zombie device,
+ * so we should move the device before conn device is destroyed.
+ * Due to the only child device of hci_conn dev is rfcomm
+ * tty_dev, here just return 1
+ */
+ return 1;
+}
+
static void del_conn(struct work_struct *work)
{
+ struct device *dev;
struct hci_conn *conn = container_of(work, struct hci_conn, work);
+
+ while (dev = device_find_child(&conn->dev, NULL, __match_tty))
+ device_move(dev, NULL);
device_del(&conn->dev);
put_device(&conn->dev);
}

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