Am Sat, 15 Oct 2016 12:13:21 +0200 "O. Hartmann" <ohart...@zedat.fu-berlin.de> schrieb:
> Am Sat, 15 Oct 2016 10:22:42 +0200 > "O. Hartmann" <ohart...@zedat.fu-berlin.de> schrieb: > > > Am Fri, 14 Oct 2016 10:48:33 +0200 > > "O. Hartmann" <ohart...@zedat.fu-berlin.de> schrieb: > > > > > Systems I updated to recent CURRENT start crashing spontaneously. > > > > > > recent crashing system is on > > > 12.0-CURRENT FreeBSD 12.0-CURRENT #11 r307305: Fri Oct 14 08:37:59 CEST > > > 2016 > > > > > > other (no access since it is remote and not accessible until later the > > > day) has > > > been updated ~ 12 hours ago and it is alos rebooting/crashing without any > > > warnings. Can be triggered on heavy load. > > > > > > Only system with r307263 and stable so far is an older two-socket XEON > > > Core2Duao based machine, all crashing boxes have CPUs newer or equal than > > > IvyBridge. > > > > > > Does anyone also see these crashes? I tried to compile a debug kernel on > > > one > > > host, but that's the remote machine I have access to later, it failed > > > compiling > > > the kernel - under load it crashed often. After ZFS scrubbing kickied in, > > > it > > > vanished from the net ;-/ > > > > > > kind regards, > > > oh > > > _______________________________________________ > > > email@example.com mailing list > > > https://lists.freebsd.org/mailman/listinfo/freebsd-current > > > To unsubscribe, send any mail to > > > "freebsd-current-unsubscr...@freebsd.org" > > > > Still 307341 is crashing undpredicted ( FreeBSD 12.0-CURRENT #5 r307341: > > Sat Oct 15 > > 09:36:16 CEST 2016). > > > > I'm back to r307157, which seems to be "stable". > > > > Seems, I'm the only one at the moment having those problems :-( > > I now have a laptop avalable and start putting debugging options into the > kernel. But > the laptop, so far, doesn't expose the problems of crashes described above. > The laptop > is the only system so far without ZFS! > > The most frequent crashing box is a CURRENT server with the largest ZFS > volume. When on > most recent CURRENT (>r307157, see above), starting a scrubbing on a RAIDZ > volume with ~ > 12 TB brutto size AND running a poudriere job, triggers the crash every 1 - > 18 minutes. > Another box with only /home as ZFS volume on a dedicated hdd crashes after > minutes or > hours. A laptop, also CURRENT (now at r307349) without ZFS is working stable > as long as > I do not pull the LAN wire (a problem I described also in the list, I try to > capture the > screen when crashing right now). I spent now the last three days trying to figure out whether my custom config is faulty or CURRENT has a serious bug. Even with GENERIC and in single user mode (it takes then longer) CURRENT, now at r307823, is crashing. The crashes seem to be unrelated to X11, but I can trigger this crash faster when using firefox. I also can trigger it faster when doing a "svn update" on a ZFS pool containing /usr/ports. Everyone who uses ZFS on /usr/src or /usr/ports and updates via subversion knows that over time the update process takes 10 - 15 minutes on ZFS volumes - compared to several minutes on UFS. And while svn traverses the folder /usr/ports, the crash occurs. I'm still wondering about the fact nobody else is facing such a periodically crashing. The crash is, I already reported this, with CURRENT on several boxes with or without ZFS. How can I track a memory leak? How can I write to disk the backtrace given by the debugger when crashing? My box I can freely test is using the nVidia BLOB and vt(), so I can not see the backtrace. I got a very bad screenshot on one of my laptops, but its so ugly/unreadable, I think it is unsuable to be presented within this list at a reasonable size (200 kB max ist too small).
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