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SubjectRe: arm32: panic in move_freepages (Was [PATCH v2 0/4] arm64: drop pfn_valid_within() and simplify pfn_valid())
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On 2021/4/29 14:57, Mike Rapoport wrote:

>>> Do you use SPARSMEM? If yes, what is your section size?
>>> What is the value if CONFIG_FORCE_MAX_ZONEORDER in your configuration?
>> Yes,
>>
>> CONFIG_SPARSEMEM=y
>>
>> CONFIG_SPARSEMEM_STATIC=y
>>
>> CONFIG_FORCE_MAX_ZONEORDER = 11
>>
>> CONFIG_PAGE_OFFSET=0xC0000000
>> CONFIG_HAVE_ARCH_PFN_VALID=y
>> CONFIG_HIGHMEM=y
>> #define SECTION_SIZE_BITS 26
>> #define MAX_PHYSADDR_BITS 32
>> #define MAX_PHYSMEM_BITS 32


With the patch,  the addr is aligned, but the panic still occurred,

new free memory log is below,

memblock_free: [0xaf430000-0xaf44ffff] mem_init+0x158/0x23c

memblock_free: [0xaf510000-0xaf53ffff] mem_init+0x158/0x23c
memblock_free: [0xaf560000-0xaf57ffff] mem_init+0x158/0x23c
memblock_free: [0xafd98000-0xafdc7fff] mem_init+0x158/0x23c
memblock_free: [0xafdd8000-0xafdfffff] mem_init+0x158/0x23c
memblock_free: [0xafe18000-0xafe7ffff] mem_init+0x158/0x23c
memblock_free: [0xafee0000-0xafefffff] mem_init+0x158/0x23c
__free_memory_core, range: 0x80a03000 - 0x80a04000, pfn: 80a03 - 80a04
__free_memory_core, range: 0x80a08000 - 0x80b00000, pfn: 80a08 - 80b00
__free_memory_core, range: 0x812e8058 - 0x83000000, pfn: 812e9 - 83000
__free_memory_core, range: 0x85000000 - 0x85600000, pfn: 85000 - 85600
__free_memory_core, range: 0x86a00000 - 0x87e00000, pfn: 86a00 - 87e00
__free_memory_core, range: 0x8bd00000 - 0x8c500000, pfn: 8bd00 - 8c500
__free_memory_core, range: 0x8e300000 - 0x8ed00000, pfn: 8e300 - 8ed00
__free_memory_core, range: 0x90d00000 - 0xaf2c0000, pfn: 90d00 - af2c0
__free_memory_core, range: 0xaf430000 - 0xaf450000, pfn: af430 - af450
__free_memory_core, range: 0xaf510000 - 0xaf540000, pfn: af510 - af540
__free_memory_core, range: 0xaf560000 - 0xaf580000, pfn: af560 - af580
__free_memory_core, range: 0xafd98000 - 0xafdc8000, pfn: afd98 - afdc8
__free_memory_core, range: 0xafdd8000 - 0xafe00000, pfn: afdd8 - afe00
__free_memory_core, range: 0xafe18000 - 0xafe80000, pfn: afe18 - afe80
__free_memory_core, range: 0xafee0000 - 0xaff00000, pfn: afee0 - aff00
__free_memory_core, range: 0xaff80000 - 0xaff8d000, pfn: aff80 - aff8d
__free_memory_core, range: 0xafff2000 - 0xafff4580, pfn: afff2 - afff4
__free_memory_core, range: 0xafffe000 - 0xafffe0e0, pfn: afffe - afffe
__free_memory_core, range: 0xafffe4fc - 0xafffe500, pfn: affff - afffe
__free_memory_core, range: 0xafffe6e4 - 0xafffe700, pfn: affff - afffe
__free_memory_core, range: 0xafffe8dc - 0xafffe8e0, pfn: affff - afffe
__free_memory_core, range: 0xafffe970 - 0xafffe980, pfn: affff - afffe
__free_memory_core, range: 0xafffe990 - 0xafffe9a0, pfn: affff - afffe
__free_memory_core, range: 0xafffe9a4 - 0xafffe9c0, pfn: affff - afffe
__free_memory_core, range: 0xafffeb54 - 0xafffeb60, pfn: affff - afffe
__free_memory_core, range: 0xafffecf4 - 0xafffed00, pfn: affff - afffe
__free_memory_core, range: 0xafffefc4 - 0xafffefd8, pfn: affff - afffe
__free_memory_core, range: 0xb0200000 - 0xc0000000, pfn: b0200 - b0200
__free_memory_core, range: 0xcc000000 - 0xdca00000, pfn: cc000 - b0200
__free_memory_core, range: 0xde700000 - 0xdea00000, pfn: de700 - b0200
__free_memory_core, range: 0xe0800000 - 0xe0c00000, pfn: e0800 - b0200
__free_memory_core, range: 0xf4b00000 - 0xf7000000, pfn: f4b00 - b0200
__free_memory_core, range: 0xfda00000 - 0xffffffff, pfn: fda00 - b0200
> It seems that with SPARSEMEM we don't align the freed parts on pageblock
> boundaries.
>
> Can you try the patch below:
>
> diff --git a/mm/memblock.c b/mm/memblock.c
> index afaefa8fc6ab..1926369b52ec 100644
> --- a/mm/memblock.c
> +++ b/mm/memblock.c
> @@ -1941,14 +1941,13 @@ static void __init free_unused_memmap(void)
> * due to SPARSEMEM sections which aren't present.
> */
> start = min(start, ALIGN(prev_end, PAGES_PER_SECTION));
> -#else
> +#endif
> /*
> * Align down here since the VM subsystem insists that the
> * memmap entries are valid from the bank start aligned to
> * MAX_ORDER_NR_PAGES.
> */
> start = round_down(start, MAX_ORDER_NR_PAGES);
> -#endif
>
> /*
> * If we had a previous bank, and there is a space
>
>

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