Gilles Chanteperdrix wrote:
> On 10/1/07, Jan Kiszka <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
>> Gilles Chanteperdrix wrote:
>>> On 9/30/07, Jan Kiszka <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
>>>> Philippe Gerum wrote:
>>>>> On Sun, 2007-09-30 at 13:42 +0200, Jan Kiszka wrote:
>>>>>> Jan Kiszka wrote:
>>>>>>> Philippe Gerum wrote:
>>>>>>>> On Sun, 2007-09-30 at 12:22 +0200, Jan Kiszka wrote:
>>>>>> ...
>>>>>>>>>  And a third
>>>>>>>>> one only gives me "Detected illicit call from domain Xenomai" before 
>>>>>>>>> the
>>>>>>>>> box reboots. :(
>>>>>>>> Grmff... Do you run with your smp_processor_id() instrumentation in?
>>>>>>> Yes, but I suspect this is just a symptom of some severe memory
>>>>>>> corruption that (also?) hits I-pipe data structures. I just put in some
>>>>>>> different instrumentation, and that warning is gone, the box just hangs
>>>>>>> hard at a different point. Very unfriendly.
>>>>>> Hah! Got some crash log by hacking a raw printk-to-uart:
>>>>>>
>>>>>> [...]
>>>>>> <6>Xenomai: starting RTDM services.
>>>>>> <6>NET: Registered protocol family 10
>>>>>> <6>lo: Disabled Privacy Extensions
>>>>>> <6>ADDRCONF(NETDEV_UP): eth0: link is not ready
>>>>>> <3>I-pipe: Detected illicit call from domain 'Xenomai'
>>>>>> <3>        into a service reserved for domain 'Linux' and below.
>>>>>>        f3a6bc18 00000000 00000000 c05dad6c f3a6bc3c c0105fc3 c03513c7 
>>>>>> c05dc100
>>>>>>        00000009 f3a6bc54 c01479cb c03592f8 c0357ae2 c035e069 f3a6bc88 
>>>>>> f3a6bc70
>>>>>>        c0127224 c0111df8 00000000 f3a6bd74 00000000 f3a6bd74 f3a6bc80 
>>>>>> c012727f
>>>>>> Call Trace:
>>>>>>  [<c010520f>] show_trace_log_lvl+0x1f/0x40
>>>>>>  [<c01052e1>] show_stack_log_lvl+0xb1/0xe0
>>>>>>  [<c0105fc3>] show_stack+0x33/0x40
>>>>>>  [<c01479cb>] ipipe_check_context+0x7b/0x90
>>>>>>  [<c0127224>] __atomic_notifier_call_chain+0x24/0x60
>>>>>>  [<c012727f>] atomic_notifier_call_chain+0x1f/0x30
>>>>>>  [<c0131e02>] notify_die+0x32/0x40
>>>>>>  [<c0105d29>] do_invalid_op+0x59/0xa0
>>>>>>  [<c0111d0b>] __ipipe_handle_exception+0x7b/0x144
>>>>>>  [<c02dfaeb>] error_code+0x6f/0x7c
>>>>> Wow. Why that?
>>>>>
>>>>>>  [<c0111d13>] __ipipe_handle_exception+0x83/0x144
>>>>>>  [<c02dfaeb>] error_code+0x6f/0x7c
>>>>> And this? We should not get any exception over an IPI3 handler. I guess
>>>>> the double fault may be explained by this root cause.
>>>>>
>>>>>>  [<c01117df>] __ipipe_handle_irq+0x4f/0x140
>>>>>>  [<c0104c5e>] ipipe_ipi3+0x26/0x40
>>>>> Our LAPIC timer vector. Are you running full modular or statically btw?
>>>> Fully modular. Compiling the nucleus in makes the lock-up move to
>>>> another, once again invisible spot.
>>>>
>>>> I nailed down the fault address in the scenario above. It's in the
>>>> nucleus module, at the first byte of xntimer_tick_aperiodic. Are we
>>>> loosing module text pages over the time? This functions must have been
>>>> executed before as the timer was armed while I collected the
>>>> /proc/modules and then triggered the crash.
>>> There is a pending issue about vmalloced areas, which I completely forgot:
>>> https://mail.gna.org/public/xenomai-core/2007-02/msg00138.html
>>>
>> Would this explain my problems which are already visible without any
>> Xenomai application running (and also without unloading the modules
>> again, to answer Philippe's question)? Hell, I would love to find the
>> reason here, debugging this stuff stopped being fun a long time ago...
> 
> It would explain bugs involving a race between task creation and
> vmalloc/ioremap. But the bug would only happen with Xenomai tasks
> running,

I don't need to start any Xenomai task to trigger the problem.

> otherwise, the vmalloced/ioremaped area would be mapped lazily as usual.

I guess module text pages are not mapped lazily, otherwise quite a lot 
of things would have fallen apart much earlier, right?

Jan

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