On 09/20/2017 03:47 PM, Tycho Andersen wrote:
>>> static inline void *skcipher_map(struct scatter_walk *walk)
>>> struct page *page = scatterwalk_page(walk);
>>> return (PageHighMem(page) ? kmap_atomic(page) : page_address(page))
>> Is there any better way to catch these? Like, can we add some debugging
>> to check for XPFO pages in __va()?
> Yes, and perhaps also a debugging check in PageHighMem?
I'm not sure what PageHighMem() would check. It's OK to use as long as
you don't depend on the contents of the page.
> Would __va have caught either of the two cases you've pointed out?
Yes. __va() is what is eventually called by lowmem_page_address(),
which is only OK to call on things that are actually mapped into the kernel.