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    SubjectRe: 3.1-rc10 oops in nameidata_to_filp
    On Thu, Nov 24, 2011 at 11:44:06AM -0500, George Spelvin wrote:

    > It turned out the machine was quite recoverable and I've been running it without rebooting since then.
    > This includes several suspends to RAM and one to disk.
    >
    > So far, it seems pretty reproducible, but I suppose it could be a kernel bit flip.
    > (F***ing Intel not even *allowing* ECC in "consumer" chipsets...)
    >
    > I should probably add a debugging patch and reboot. Is there a debugging helper
    > for printing a dentry and vfsmount?

    d_path(); takes struct path *, pointer to buffer and buffer length, puts
    the pathname into the end of buffer and returns a pointer to the beginning
    of resulting string.

    I'd add (hell, maybe start with) printing this:
    file->f_path.dentry->d_inode
    inode
    file->f_mapping
    inode->i_mapping
    inode->i_mapping->host
    just to see whether it's open() callback resetting ->f_mapping to NULL or
    weird inode->i_mapping->host. All in case file->f_mapping->host == NULL
    just before the spot where it oopses.

    Getting pathname would be something like
    static char name[4096];
    struct path path = {.mnt = mnt, .dentry = dentry};
    char *p = d_path(&path, name, 4096);
    if (IS_ERR(p))
    printk("[%d]", PTR_ERR(p));
    else
    printk("'%s'", p);
    conditional on the same test.

    Said that, I'm not buying the theory of open assigning to ->f_mapping and
    screwing it up; all such assignments end up with ->i_mapping of *some*
    inode, as far as I can see from cursory grep over the tree. Just in case:
    do you have CONFIG_FS_POSIX_ACL set?


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