On Mon, Feb 8, 2016 at 11:58 PM, John Baldwin <j...@freebsd.org> wrote:
> On Monday, February 08, 2016 08:13:26 PM Sreekanth Reddy wrote:
>> sc->facts = malloc(sizeof(MPI2_IOC_FACTS_REPLY), M_MPR, M_ZERO|M_NOWAIT);
> M_NOWAIT can fail with NULL. Normally in an attach routine you should use a
> blocking malloc (M_WAITOK) which will not fail with NULL.
Yes I agree that in an attach routine we should to use a blocking
malloc (M_WAITOK) flag.
But, here I am observing same page fault even with (M_WAITOK) flag.
Here, page fault is occurring inside the malloc function and driver is
not receiving any NULL or any other value.
>> * How can I reload the modified driver with return same device_probe()
>> value as the one which has loaded during the OS boot time. I observed
>> that whenever I try to load this modified driver using "kldload
>> ./mpr.ko" command then I see that driver in the /boot/kernel/ path has
> At runtime you can use the devctl(8) command on HEAD (it will be included
> in 10.3) to force a device to detach/attach to force a re-probe.
> devctl detach mpr0
> # note that the device won't be named mpr0, you will need to use its PCI
> # location for this next:
> devctl attach pci0:4:0:0
I have started downloading the current kernel. I will verify this
> John Baldwin
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