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SubjectRe: [PATCH 0/3][RFC] Potential fix for leapsecond caused futex issue (v3)
On 07/03/2012 08:27 AM, Prarit Bhargava wrote:
> Thanks John -- I moved to using this for testing and hit the following
> softlockup when running latest + your patchset:
>
> [ 1084.433362] BUG: soft lockup - CPU#17 stuck for 22s! [leap-a-day:1275]^M
[snip]
> [ 1084.531860] RIP: 0010:[<ffffffff810b3d57>] [<ffffffff810b3d57>]
> smp_call_function_many+0x1f7/0x260^M
[snip]
> [ 1084.663723] Call Trace:^M
> [ 1084.666466] [<ffffffff8107e960>] ? hrtimer_wakeup+0x30/0x30^M
> [ 1084.672784] [<ffffffff8107e960>] ? hrtimer_wakeup+0x30/0x30^M
> [ 1084.679107] [<ffffffff810b3f12>] smp_call_function+0x22/0x30^M
> [ 1084.685530] [<ffffffff810b3f78>] on_each_cpu+0x28/0x70^M
> [ 1084.691371] [<ffffffff8107ec1c>] do_clock_was_set+0x1c/0x30^M
> [ 1084.697691] [<ffffffff8107f005>] clock_was_set+0x55/0x60^M
> [ 1084.703732] [<ffffffff810a6a23>] do_settimeofday+0xd3/0xe0^M
> [ 1084.709971] [<ffffffff8105f4e5>] do_sys_settimeofday+0xb5/0x110^M
> [ 1084.716677] [<ffffffff8105f5c3>] sys_settimeofday+0x83/0xb0^M
> [ 1084.723012] [<ffffffff8160f129>] system_call_fastpath+0x16/0x1b^M
> [ 1084.729782] Code: f7 ff 15 95 89 b6 00 80 7d bf 00 0f 84 9c fe ff ff 41 f6 47
> 20 01 0f 84 91 fe ff ff 0f 1f 84 00 00 00 00 00 f3 90 41 f6 47 20 01 <75> f7 e9
> 7b fe ff ff 66 90 4c 89 e2 4c 89 ee 89 df e8 53 8b 21 ^M
>
> I'm taking a look now ... I'm not sure I believe the hrtimer_wakeup() calls on
> the stack.
I worked with Prarit and Thomas today to try to chase this down.

Prarit was also seeing "BUG at kernel/timer.c:1091!" problems, and once
he sent me his config I was able to reproduce the problem. Thomas
suggested enabling debugobjects and that quickly pointed out the
think-o: I had mistook __hrtimer_init() as the hrtimer subsystem
initialization, rather then what gets to initialize every hrtimer. So
when in my patch I initialized the clock_was_set_timer there, we end up
potentially re-initializing that timer while it is enqueued, which can
cause the cpu its enqueued on to lockup with irqs off, which then gums
up the smp_call_function().

The obvious fix is to initialize the clock_was_set_timer when we define it.

Thanks for Prarit for testing and noticing the problem and Thomas for
suggesting how to isolate it!

I'm going to continue testing for a bit longer and then will send out
the revised patchset. Hopefully I can collect some acks tomorrow and
hopefully try to get it merged later Thursday (I'd like for Prarit to
get a chance to test the patch thurs before pushing it).

thanks
-john



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