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SubjectRe: ce56a86e2a ("x86/mm: Limit mmap() of /dev/mem to valid physical addresses"): kernel BUG at arch/x86/mm/physaddr.c:79!

* Craig Bergstrom <> wrote:

> Sander, thanks for the details, they've been very useful.
> I suspect that your host system's mem=2048M parameter is causing the
> problem. Any chance you can confirm by removing the parameter and
> running the guest code path?
> More specifically, since you're telling the kernel that it's high
> memory address is at 2048M and your device is at 0xfe1fe000 (~4G), the
> new mmap() limits are preventing you from mapping addresses that are
> explicitly disallowed by the parameter.

Well, 'mem=2048M' shouldn't really limit device memory, it's supposed to limit
(trim) 'RAM' and not much else.



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