On Sat, Jun 07, 2014 at 02:53:05PM -0700, Neel Natu wrote: > Hi Steve, > > On Sat, Jun 7, 2014 at 2:28 PM, Peter Grehan <gre...@freebsd.org> wrote: > > Hi Steve, > > > > > >> I'm running a FreeBSD guest in bhyve on a FreeBSD host. Both are running > >> FreeBSD CURRENT, r266947. I've gotten this message about 12 times since > >> boot: > >> > >> interrupt storm detected on "irq268:"; throttling interrupt source > >> > >> vmstat -i shows: > >> > >> irq268: ahci1 236514222 839 > >> > >> ahci1 is the second disk connected to the system: > >> > >> ahci1: <Intel ICH8 AHCI SATA controller> mem 0xc0002400-0xc00027ff irq 18 > >> at device 4.0 on pci0 > >> > >> The VM itself runs poudriere and was building a bunch of packages. At the > >> moment, the VM seems to be in a rather odd state. The poudriere jails are > >> running, but not doing anything. Ideas? > > > > > > Is this an 8.* host ? I don't believe AHCI has MSI support on that version, > > and AHCI legacy interrupts haven't had a huge amount of testing under load. > > > > If it is 8.*, I'd recommend using virtio-blk for the block device until we > > can work out what's going wrong. > > > > The KTR trace would be useful to figure out what's happening. > > To do that you can compile the host kernel and vmm.ko with the > following options: > options KTR > options KTR_MASK=(KTR_GEN) > options KTR_ENTRIES=(4*1024*1024) > > And when you see the interrupt storm message in the guest you can execute: > sudo ktrdump -cto /tmp/ktrdump.out >
This was added to the kernel config, the kernel was built and installed and the host was rebooted. I started the VM and almost as soon as the workload was put back, the messages started again. So, I ran the ktrdump command above. I'll mail you privately with the location of the output. Thanks, Steve _______________________________________________ firstname.lastname@example.org mailing list http://lists.freebsd.org/mailman/listinfo/freebsd-virtualization To unsubscribe, send any mail to "freebsd-virtualization-unsubscr...@freebsd.org"