infofarmer at gmail.com
Tue Nov 15 14:25:04 PST 2005
On 11/16/05, Bjoern A. Zeeb <bzeeb-lists at lists.zabbadoz.net> wrote:
> On Wed, 16 Nov 2005, Andrew P. wrote:
> > I'm gravely sorry to annoy. I've googled for a little
> > while and found out that IPSec panics are a known
> > issue on amd64. Is it still so?
> > I was surprised that setkey -D causes panic and
> > a memory dump on my 6-Stable box. Come on,
> > it's _FreeBSD_ for crying out loud. We can't live
> > with that.
> > I'm willing to help debugging this nasty thing if
> > help's needed.
> is it fast_ispec?
> best place to contriubte might be:
> I just gave it a try w/o any policy loaded and the bt looks like this:
> y2k# setkey -D
> [thread pid 471 tid 100057 ]
> Stopped at kdebug_sockaddr+0xb0: decl 0xffffffffffffff8d(%rax)
> db> where
> Tracing pid 471 tid 100057 td 0xffffff010bfc7750
> kdebug_sockaddr() at kdebug_sockaddr+0xb0
> raw_usend() at raw_usend+0x74
> key_send() at key_send+0xa
> sosend() at sosend+0x726
> kern_sendit() at kern_sendit+0x12f
> sendit() at sendit+0x1d3
> sendto() at sendto+0x52
> syscall() at syscall+0x350
> Xfast_syscall() at Xfast_syscall+0xa8
> --- syscall (133, FreeBSD ELF64, sendto), rip = 0x8007e9a6c, rsp = 0x7fffffff6b98, rbp = 0x2 ---
> db> show alllocks
No, it's just options IPSEC (without IPSEC_ESP).
Can you please remove all IPSEC options except
for IPSEC itself and try setkey -D?
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