On 02/11/16 11:14, Konstantin Belousov wrote:
On Thu, Feb 11, 2016 at 07:54:57AM +0100, Hans Petter Selasky wrote:
On 02/11/16 03:02, Greg Quinlan wrote:
Note: Does not happen on FreeBSD 10.1-Stable!
Yes, that's because WITNESS is off in 10.x by default.
Does the attached patch solve your problem?
No, the patch below does not solve the issue, it only papers over it.
I object against committing this change.
For cases where the returned pointer is not deferred, but only checked
for a module's presence in the kernel you don't need a lock to protect
anything. Maybe make a separate API for this?
Issue is that, if called unlocked, the result from module_lookupbyname()
could become invalid right after receiving. It is the duty of the caller
of the function to ensure that the result is still valid, and the only
way to achieve it is to own the lock around the whole code region which
calls the function and utilizes its result.
A bug is in the OSS code.
Yes, so why not factor out the solution? Maybe more port KLD's will trip
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