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SubjectRe: nfsd, v4: oops in find_acceptable_alias, ppc32 Linux, post-2.6.27-rc1
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On Tue, 2008-08-05 at 21:43 +1200, Paul Collins wrote:
> Michael Ellerman <michael@ellerman.id.au> writes:
>
> > I see you have FTRACE enabled. That's new and could potentially bugger
> > things up without the compiler knowing, so can you turn that off.
>
> With FTRACE disabled, doing cross-builds from the 2.6.26 amd64 client, a
> setup that normally triggers the problem on the 2nd or 3rd build, I was
> able to do 10 complete builds. ("make clean oldconfig vmlinux modules")
>
> So it looks like ftrace is the cause, or at least provokes some other
> usually-latent problem. I wasn't using it, so I'll just leave it off.

OK, that's sort of good, but also not. I can't see anything in the
ftrace code that explains it, but I guess it's lurking. We'll try and
reproduce locally and bang on it.

Thanks for chasing it, and let us know if you get an oops with
CONFIG_FTRACE=n.

> > And can you enable CONFIG_CODE_PATCHING_SELFTEST and
> > CONFIG_FTR_FIXUP_SELFTEST, that will enable tests of some code I changed
> > that /could/ (maybe) cause random blow ups.
>
> With those options enabled, I get this:
>
> Running code patching self-tests ...
> Running feature fixup self-tests ...

That's good, they only print if they fail.

cheers

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