ZFS kmem_map too small.
BORJAMAR at SARENET.ES
Tue Nov 6 01:30:00 PST 2007
On Nov 6, 2007, at 12:31 AM, Niki Denev wrote:
> I have fairly easy reproductable (bonnie++) kmem_map too small panics
> on AMD64 even with kmem_size and kmem_size_max to 1G on 8Gig machine.
> I've tried setting them to 2G but the kernel panics on boot.
> I have compiled in debugger support and can provide backtraces and
> testing if needed (the machine is still not in production).
Same here. I can provoke an instant panic running (for example) a make
bonnie++. I have all the filesystems on ZFS, booting from a USB
pendrive. I tried to set
the kernel memory limits to 1.5 GB but it still crashes with the
kmem_too_small panic. I also
tried the patch supplied by Pawel.
The machine has 6 hard disks configured as a raidz2 pool.
Please let me know of any test anyone might need.
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