uma_zalloc_arg complaining about non-sleepable locks
peterjeremy at acm.org
Sun Jan 31 01:06:27 UTC 2010
Sorry for the delay, I was trying to avoid rebooting my server.
I've setup a similar environment in VirtualBox to test it.
On 2010-Jan-27 12:52:29 +0100, Marius Strobl <marius at alchemy.franken.de> wrote:
>Ah, I forgot that using nfsm_aligned() causes nfs_realign() to
>be a NOP on architectures without strict alignment requirements
>for performance reasons. That's generally fine but unfortunately
>that way you don't actually exercise the code which caused the
>problem before (unfortunately I still don't manage to hit the
>unaligned case myself).
>Could you please test with #ifdef __NO_STRICT_ALIGNMENT replaced
>with #if 0 in sys/nfs/nfs_common.h? The vfs.nfs.realign_count
>counter should also increase then.
I'm not sure what triggers the unaligned case either - I tried
roughly "tar -cf - -C /mnt/usr src | tar -xf - -C /mnt/tmp" and
that caused some unaligned accesses (but also completely wedged
the VBox host). I also tried copying a pile of files off my
NFS client (FreeBSD-8.x/i386) and that also triggered some
unaligned accesses without any errors being reported.
Currently, I have:
I'd say that your patch works.
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