On Thu, Oct 10, 2013 at 11:38:34AM +0800, Fengguang Wu wrote:
> On Thu, Oct 10, 2013 at 11:33:00AM +0800, Fengguang Wu wrote:
> > On Thu, Oct 10, 2013 at 11:26:37AM +0800, Fengguang Wu wrote:
> > > Dave,
> > >
> > > > I note that you have CONFIG_SLUB=y, which means that the cache slabs
> > > > are shared with objects of other types. That means that the memory
> > > > corruption problem is likely to be caused by one of the other
> > > > filesystems that is probing the block device(s), not XFS.
> > >
> > > Good to know that, it would easy to test then: just turn off every
> > > other filesystems. I'll try it right away.
> > Seems that we don't even need to do that. A dig through the oops
> > database and I find stack dumps from other FS.
> > This happens in the kernel with same kconfig and commit 3.12-rc1.
> Here is a summary of all FS with oops:
> 411 ocfs2_fill_super
> 189 xfs_fs_fill_super
> 86 jfs_fill_super
> 50 isofs_fill_super
> 33 fat_fill_super
> 18 vfat_fill_super
> 15 msdos_fill_super
> 11 ext2_fill_super
> 10 ext3_fill_super
> 3 reiserfs_fill_super
The order of probing on the original dmesg output you reported is:
which means that no XFS filesystem was mounted in the original bug
report, and hence that further indicates that XFS is not responsible
for the problem and that perhaps the original bisect was not