Lock order reversal in 5.2-CURRENT
root at mediamonks.net
Wed Aug 11 15:08:36 PDT 2004
> -----Original Message-----
> From: owner-freebsd-current at freebsd.org
> [mailto:owner-freebsd-current at freebsd.org] On Behalf Of Doug White
> Sent: Wednesday, August 11, 2004 19:22
> To: Terrence Koeman
> Cc: freebsd-current at FreeBSD.org; 'John Baldwin'
> Subject: RE: Lock order reversal in 5.2-CURRENT
> On Wed, 11 Aug 2004, Terrence Koeman wrote:
> > I think something else is wrong, as I get different lock
> order reversals and
> > some other errors that all lockup the box. Earlier I had a
> corrupted cc
> > binary after a buildworld.
> > Everything points to a hardware failure somewhere, but I
> already switched
> > the hardware before this happened, I swapped RAID arrays in
> > machines, and the machine where -CURRENT runs on now was a
> production server
> > that ran 4.9/4.10-STABLE for months under heavy load
> without any problems
> > whatsoever.
> > The following is what I got today:
> > Second bad
> > /: bad dir ino 16110954 at offset 24: mangled entry
> > panic: ufs_dirbad: bad dir
> Your RAID is doing a really good job of corrupting your data. :) What
> RAID controller and volume layout are you using?
It's a Promise FastTrak TX2000 with two mirrored 160Gb Maxtor drives.
> > Fatal trap 18: integer divide fault while in kernel mode
> This looks more serious .. you may have a bad CPU, memory, or
> some other
> critical component.
I thought so too, because multiple weird errors usually point to the hardware.
But I have three identical systems with the only difference being the contents
of the disks. The other two systems are running 4.10-STABLE with heavy load
without any problems. I swapped the disks (only the disks) with a working
system twice now and it locks up just the same.
I think the chance of three systems having the same hardware problem is really
small, especially because 4.10-STABLE hasn't had a single problem on those
systems in the couple of months they run.
Maybe 5.2-CURRENT has a specific problem with the hardware in the systems? But
it's not like it is exotic hardware, they are SuperMicro 1U barebones with a
Celeron 2600, 512MB of RAM and a FastTrak TX2000.
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