kernel: interrupt storm detected on "irq22:";
throttling interrupt source [7.0-RELEASE]
jhb at freebsd.org
Mon Sep 22 21:09:25 UTC 2008
On Monday 22 September 2008 11:09:52 am Oliver Peter wrote:
> On Tue, Sep 09, 2008 at 02:24:16PM -0400, John Baldwin wrote:
> > On Monday 08 September 2008 07:08:05 pm Oliver Peter wrote:
> > > ...
> > > ... of course I could do that - but could you please be so kind and
> > > explain how to do that? :-)
> > Well, you could start by adding a printf to ata's interrupt handler, but
> > would result in a flood on your screen. You could maybe use a KTR
> > but only do it if the interrupt handler doesn't find any work to do (e.g.
> > pending request) perhaps. I think the ATA interrrupt handler already
> > status register of some sort, but I could be wrong.
> I feels like I need a rosetta stone for that... :)
> This is my "production" machine in the datacenter 2,000km away -
> I would love to debug that interrupt storm with KTR, but I'm not sure
> what I'm doing at all and nobody can ensure that my machine will
> come up again after that...
> Anyway I would like to learn more about the KTR stuff.
> I've never heard about that before, is that a good point to start out?
There's also a manpage (man ktr). You probably want to just enable KTR_DRIVER
in KTR_COMPILE and KTR_MASK and add custom traces to the ata driver. Adding
traces is about like printf:
CTR0(KTR_DRIVER, "a message");
CTR1(KTR_DRIVER, "with one argument %d", foo);
CTR2(KTR_DRIVER, "two args: %p (%d)", req, req->count);
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