On 08/03/18 22:06, Grzegorz Jaszczyk wrote:
> 2018-03-02 17:57 GMT+01:00 Mark Rutland <mark.rutl...@arm.com>:
>>>>> Do you see this for a panic() in *any* interrupt handler?
>>>> I only test with this two interrupt handlers: watchdog and i2c but I
>>>> think it will behave the same with others - I can try with other if
>>>> you want, any suggestion which? Maybe with some PPI interrupt instead?
> I was able to reproduce it from other interrupts handler (UART, I2C,
> timer and watchdog) no difference if it is PPI or SPI interrupt. I
> also reproduce this issue with GICv3. But again it only happens when
> eoimode = 0.
>>>>> Can you trigger the issue with magic-sysrq c, for example?
>>>> There is no problem when I trigger it via 'echo c >
>>>> /proc/sysrq-trigger' - it works well all the time. The problem appears
>>>> only, when the kexec/kdump procedure is triggered from interrupt
>>>> context
>>> I'd meant that you'd send sysrq + c over serial, rather than writing to
>>> /proc/sysrq-trigger. That way, the panic will be in the context of the
>>> UART IRQ handler.
>>> If that shows the issue, that's ilikely to be the easiest way for
>>> someone else to reproduce and investigate this.
> Yes it can be triggered by sending sysrq + c and indeed it is the
> easiest way to reproduce it.
>> FWIW, having just given this a go on my Juno R1 with v4.16-rc3
>> defconfig, the UART IRQs work fine in the crash kernel. That crash
>> happened in IRQ context:
> I think that by default Juno uses eoimode = 1, did you try it when
> eoimode was forced to be 0? Only eoimode = 0 triggers the issue.

FWIW, I've now posted fixes to LKML[1]. Feel free to test them and
report whether they fix the issue for you.



[1] https://lkml.org/lkml/2018/3/13/1088
Jazz is not dead. It just smells funny...

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