On Tue, Mar 19, 2013 at 11:31:16PM +0000, Pedro Ribeiro wrote:
> I'm using a TuxOnIce enabled kernel, and recently moved from 3.7.1 to
> 3.8.3. The former used to work nicely, but now I get a hard crash when I
> try to hibernate.
> This is solely related to TuxOnIce as it does not happen in the default
> I know this is an unsupported out of tree patch, but can you please help me
> debug it or point in the right direction?
> Unfortunately as this was a kernel crash all I have are crappy photos, but
> they do show a readable stack trace:
> (I removed the HTTP part and the dots off the links else it would bounce
> back from the list)
The list doesn't bounce URLs. Please make then clicky in future.
As it is, your kernel has oopsed in submit_bio() when writing a log
buffer writing a dummy log record.
The xfs_log_worker is trying to cover the log, and it seems like the
IO subsystem below it is doing something wrong. Perhaps Tux-on-Ice
is killing the IO subsystem without having first stopped all the
async filesystem processing first?
Looks like a Tux-on-ICE problem to me...