memory corruption in recent -current?
gurney_j at resnet.uoregon.edu
Thu Jan 26 00:21:20 PST 2006
John-Mark Gurney wrote this message on Sun, Jan 22, 2006 at 11:41 -0800:
> I've been working on a BT878 audio driver (first crack is available
> in p4), and with a recent -current (you can sync to my -current as
> it's the one in my workspace, jmg_carbon), I get memory corruption:
> Memory modified after free 0xc2fb1050(12) val=1c @ 0xc2fb1050
> panic: Most recently used by ioctlops
> Memory modified after free 0xc2ba2b90(12) val=1c @ 0xc2ba2b90
> panic: Most recently used by Unitno
> I went back to a kerenl that is pre-Dec 21st, and I haven't had a single
> panic yet. I will admit I haven't done a builtworld between the these
> two (the last buildworld matched with the pre-Dec 21st kernel)... I am
> using kld modules for my testing, so I was building modules against an
> old world, but I don't know of anything that has changed that would
> cause problems..
Well, turns out to be a bug in my driver.. the allocation scheme must
of changed causing it more likely to hit the buffer I had overwritten..
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