Bug 2979 - kernel BUG at net/appletalk/ddp.c
Summary: kernel BUG at net/appletalk/ddp.c
Status: RESOLVED CODE_FIX
Alias: None
Product: Networking
Classification: Unclassified
Component: Other (show other bugs)
Hardware: i386 Linux
: P2 high
Assignee: Jean Delvare
URL:
Keywords:
Depends on:
Blocks:
 
Reported: 2004-06-29 03:43 UTC by Philipp Richter
Modified: 2007-04-06 08:01 UTC (History)
3 users (show)

See Also:
Kernel Version: 2.6.7
Tree: Mainline
Regression: ---


Attachments
Kernel 2.6.12 bug trace (136 bytes, text/html)
2005-08-09 09:49 UTC, Ron Sokoloski
Details

Description Philipp Richter 2004-06-29 03:43:28 UTC
Distribution: Debian 3.0 (Woody) 
Hardware Environment: Dell PowerEdge 2650 Dual CPU  
Software Environment: Netatalk 1.63 
Steps to reproduce: Random Crashes in ~ 1 Week Intervals 
Problem Description: We have random crashes at a school with a mixed PC/Mac 
Network. We have about 300 Mac PC's and 200 PC's. The crashes happen in 
Intervals of about 1 Weeks. We are not able to reproduce the crashes. We are 
now using vanilla kernel 2.6.7 (SMP, Highmem). We had these crashes with 
kernel 2.4.25 (SMP, Highmem; UP, Highmem)also. See attached Oopses. I don't 
know if the Oopses are directly related but the frequency of their occurence 
suggests so. It seems to that something on the network generates bad appletalk 
traffic  
 
2.6.7 SMP, Highmem: 
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kernel BUG at net/appletalk/ddp.c:1018! 
invalid operand: 0000 [#1] 
SMP 
Modules linked in: snd_pcm_oss snd_pcm snd_page_alloc snd_timer snd_mixer_oss 
snd soundcore appletalk psnap llc parport_pc lp parport ipv6 tg3 psmouse 
CPU:    2 
EIP:    0060:[<f8c0d5bb>]    Not tainted 
EFLAGS: 00010206   (2.6.7sv-p3-smp-highmem) 
EIP is at atalk_sum_skb+0x1eb/0x200 [appletalk] 
eax: 00000000   ebx: 00000011   ecx: 00000000   edx: cf804680 
esi: cf804680   edi: 00000006   ebp: f770e000   esp: f7f87e18 
ds: 007b   es: 007b   ss: 0068 
Process swapper (pid: 0, threadinfo=f7f86000 task=f7f9eb50) 
Stack: c1bde760 cf804680 00000015 f770e000 cf804680 00000000 00000015 f8c0d5e6 
       cf804680 00000015 00000017 000065ef f8c0de9f cf804680 0000001b cf804680 
       cf804680 f7bce8a8 c0636e00 cf804680 e41b4680 0000003a dcb9d500 cf804680 
Call Trace: 
 [<f8c0d5e6>] atalk_checksum+0x16/0x2c [appletalk] 
 [<f8c0de9f>] atalk_rcv+0xf3/0x27c [appletalk] 
 [<f8ba2097>] snap_rcv+0x53/0x8c [psnap] 
 [<f8bfd387>] llc_rcv+0x14b/0x214 [llc] 
 [<c0354c71>] netif_receive_skb+0x191/0x1c8 
 [<f8bc4d36>] tg3_rx+0x29a/0x3b8 [tg3] 
 [<f8bc4eee>] tg3_poll+0x9a/0x12c [tg3] 
 [<c0354e3e>] net_rx_action+0x82/0x11c 
 [<c011d35e>] __do_softirq+0x4e/0xa4 
 [<c011d3dc>] do_softirq+0x28/0x30 
 [<c0107833>] do_IRQ+0x113/0x124 
 [<c0106010>] common_interrupt+0x18/0x20 
 [<c0103afc>] default_idle+0x2c/0x34 
 [<c0103b7c>] cpu_idle+0x30/0x40 
 [<c05ccfea>] start_secondary+0x72/0x74 
 [<c011a421>] printk+0x11d/0x134 
 [<c05c9ab3>] print_cpu_info+0xa3/0xbc 
 [<c05cd31e>] do_boot_cpu+0x112/0x178 
 
Code: 0f 0b fa 03 9f fa c0 f8 8b 44 24 2c 5b 5e 5f 5d 83 c4 0c c3 
 <0>Kernel panic: Fatal exception in interrupt 
In interrupt handler - not syncing 
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2.4.25 SMP, Highmem 
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CPU:    0 
EIP:    0010:[<c0118665>]    Not tainted 
Using defaults from ksymoops -t elf32-i386 -a i386 
EFLAGS: 00000086 
eax: f3722710   ebx: f3722710   ecx: 00000001   edx: 00000001 
esi: f499aa00   edi: f3722710   ebp: c0457ea0   esp: c0457e84 
ds: 0018   es: 0018   ss: 0018 
Process swapper (pid: 0, stackpage=c0457000) 
Stack: f3722710 f499aa00 f8bfda20 f7536b40 c03137d7 00000282 00000001 f8bfdaa0 
       c03051a3 f499aa00 c3b9df20 c030474d f499aa00 c3b9df24 c030581f e45ea3a0 
       c3b9df24 f8bfda20 f8bf80c8 e45ea3a0 f8bfda60 0000000f f8bf84eb c3b9df20 
Call Trace:    [<f8bfda20>] [<c03137d7>] [<f8bfdaa0>] [<c03051a3>] 
[<c030474d>] 
  [<c030581f>] [<f8bfda20>] [<f8bf80c8>] [<f8bfda60>] [<f8bf84eb>] 
[<f8bfda60>] 
  [<f8bf857c>] [<f8bfda60>] [<f8bfda20>] [<f8bf8538>] [<c01225ef>] 
[<c011f130>] 
  [<c011f013>] [<c011ed9d>] [<c010a37b>] [<c0106d60>] [<c0106d60>] 
[<c0106d60>] 
  [<c0106d60>] [<c0106d8c>] [<c0106df2>] [<c0105000>] [<c010504f>] 
Code: 7e f9 e9 77 ef ff ff 80 3d 80 ec 48 c0 00 f3 90 7e f5 e9 94 
 
 
>>EIP; c0118665 <.text.lock.sched+8f/1da>   <===== 
 
>>eax; f3722710 <_end+332177b4/386960a4> 
>>ebx; f3722710 <_end+332177b4/386960a4> 
>>esi; f499aa00 <_end+3448faa4/386960a4> 
>>edi; f3722710 <_end+332177b4/386960a4> 
>>ebp; c0457ea0 <init_task_union+1ea0/2000> 
>>esp; c0457e84 <init_task_union+1e84/2000> 
 
Trace; f8bfda20 <[appletalk]resolved+0/0> 
Trace; c03137d7 <p8022_rcv+57/88> 
Trace; f8bfdaa0 <[appletalk]proxies+0/40> 
Trace; c03051a3 <sock_def_write_space+43/88> 
Trace; c030474d <sock_wfree+21/3c> 
Trace; c030581f <__kfree_skb+77/140> 
Trace; f8bfda20 <[appletalk]resolved+0/0> 
Trace; f8bf80c8 <[appletalk]__aarp_expire+68/7c> 
Trace; f8bfda60 <[appletalk]unresolved+0/40> 
Trace; f8bf84eb <[appletalk]__aarp_kick+23/40> 
Trace; f8bfda60 <[appletalk]unresolved+0/40> 
Trace; f8bf857c <[appletalk]aarp_expire_timeout+44/c8> 
Trace; f8bfda60 <[appletalk]unresolved+0/40> 
Trace; f8bfda20 <[appletalk]resolved+0/0> 
Trace; f8bf8538 <[appletalk]aarp_expire_timeout+0/c8> 
Trace; c01225ef <timer_bh+293/3d0> 
Trace; c011f130 <bh_action+4c/88> 
Trace; c011f013 <tasklet_hi_action+67/a0> 
Trace; c011ed9d <do_softirq+7d/dc> 
Trace; c010a37b <do_IRQ+db/ec> 
Trace; c0106d60 <default_idle+0/34> 
Trace; c0106d60 <default_idle+0/34> 
Trace; c0106d60 <default_idle+0/34> 
Trace; c0106d60 <default_idle+0/34> 
Trace; c0106d8c <default_idle+2c/34> 
Trace; c0106df2 <cpu_idle+3e/54> 
Trace; c0105000 <_stext+0/0> 
Trace; c010504f <rest_init+4f/50> 
 
Code;  c0118665 <.text.lock.sched+8f/1da> 
00000000 <_EIP>: 
Code;  c0118665 <.text.lock.sched+8f/1da>   <===== 
   0:   7e f9                     jle    fffffffb <_EIP+0xfffffffb> c0118660 
<.text.lock.sched+8a/1da>   <===== 
Code;  c0118667 <.text.lock.sched+91/1da> 
   2:   e9 77 ef ff ff            jmp    ffffef7e <_EIP+0xffffef7e> c01175e3 
<__wake_up+1b/c4> 
Code;  c011866c <.text.lock.sched+96/1da> 
   7:   80 3d 80 ec 48 c0 00      cmpb   $0x0,0xc048ec80 
Code;  c0118673 <.text.lock.sched+9d/1da> 
   e:   f3 90                     repz nop 
Code;  c0118675 <.text.lock.sched+9f/1da> 
  10:   7e f5                     jle    7 <_EIP+0x7> c011866c 
<.text.lock.sched+96/1da> 
Code;  c0118677 <.text.lock.sched+a1/1da> 
  12:   e9 94 00 00 00            jmp    ab <_EIP+0xab> c0118710 
<.text.lock.sched+13a/1da> 
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2.4.25 UP, Highmem: 
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Unable to handle kernel NULL pointer dereference at virtual address 00000000 
c0113e94 
*pde = 00000000 
Oops: 0000 
CPU:    0 
EIP:    0010:[<c0113e94>]    Not tainted 
Using defaults from ksymoops -t elf32-i386 -a i386 
EFLAGS: 00010086 
eax: d38a4530   ebx: 00000000   ecx: 00000001   edx: 00000001 
esi: d38a4530   edi: 00000001   ebp: c04a9ec4   esp: c04a9eac 
ds: 0018   es: 0018   ss: 0018 
Process swapper (pid: 0, stackpage=c04a9000) 
Stack: d38a4530 d3542440 f8bfba8c f7d13600 00000286 00000001 f8bfbb0c c035d89b 
       d3542440 c2c4c920 c035cf8c d3542440 c2c4c924 c035ddfd f67f86a0 c2c4c924 
       f8bfba8c f8bf70be f67f86a0 f8bfbacc 0000000c f8bf74db c2c4c920 f8bfbacc 
Call Trace:    [<f8bfba8c>] [<f8bfbb0c>] [<c035d89b>] [<c035cf8c>] 
[<c035ddfd>] 
  [<f8bfba8c>] [<f8bf70be>] [<f8bfbacc>] [<f8bf74db>] [<f8bfbacc>] 
[<f8bf7552>] 
  [<f8bfbacc>] [<f8bfba8c>] [<f8bf7528>] [<c011d5ec>] [<c011a612>] 
[<c011a556>] 
  [<c011a37a>] [<c0109a32>] [<c0106ce0>] [<c0106ce0>] [<c0106ce0>] 
[<c0106ce0>] 
  [<c0106d03>] [<c0106d69>] [<c0105000>] [<c0105027>] 
Code: 8b 03 0f 18 00 83 c6 04 89 75 f4 39 f3 74 69 8b 4b fc 8b 01 
 
 
>>EIP; c0113e94 <__wake_up+20/a4>   <===== 
 
>>eax; d38a4530 <_end+13381d94/3867e864> 
>>esi; d38a4530 <_end+13381d94/3867e864> 
>>ebp; c04a9ec4 <init_task_union+1ec4/2000> 
>>esp; c04a9eac <init_task_union+1eac/2000> 
 
Trace; f8bfba8c <[appletalk].bss.start+c/40> 
Trace; f8bfbb0c <[appletalk]proxies+c/40> 
Trace; c035d89b <sock_def_write_space+33/70> 
Trace; c035cf8c <sock_wfree+20/38> 
Trace; c035ddfd <__kfree_skb+69/130> 
Trace; f8bfba8c <[appletalk].bss.start+c/40> 
Trace; f8bf70be <[appletalk]__aarp_expire+5e/70> 
Trace; f8bfbacc <[appletalk]unresolved+c/40> 
Trace; f8bf74db <[appletalk]__aarp_kick+23/40> 
Trace; f8bfbacc <[appletalk]unresolved+c/40> 
Trace; f8bf7552 <[appletalk]aarp_expire_timeout+2a/94> 
Trace; f8bfbacc <[appletalk]unresolved+c/40> 
Trace; f8bfba8c <[appletalk].bss.start+c/40> 
Trace; f8bf7528 <[appletalk]aarp_expire_timeout+0/94> 
Trace; c011d5ec <timer_bh+24c/368> 
Trace; c011a612 <bh_action+1a/40> 
Trace; c011a556 <tasklet_hi_action+4a/70> 
Trace; c011a37a <do_softirq+5a/a4> 
Trace; c0109a32 <do_IRQ+96/a8> 
Trace; c0106ce0 <default_idle+0/28> 
Trace; c0106ce0 <default_idle+0/28> 
Trace; c0106ce0 <default_idle+0/28> 
Trace; c0106ce0 <default_idle+0/28> 
Trace; c0106d03 <default_idle+23/28> 
Trace; c0106d69 <cpu_idle+41/54> 
Trace; c0105000 <_stext+0/0> 
Trace; c0105027 <rest_init+27/28> 
 
Code;  c0113e94 <__wake_up+20/a4> 
00000000 <_EIP>: 
Code;  c0113e94 <__wake_up+20/a4>   <===== 
   0:   8b 03                     mov    (%ebx),%eax   <===== 
Code;  c0113e96 <__wake_up+22/a4> 
   2:   0f 18 00                  prefetchnta (%eax) 
Code;  c0113e99 <__wake_up+25/a4> 
   5:   83 c6 04                  add    $0x4,%esi 
Code;  c0113e9c <__wake_up+28/a4> 
   8:   89 75 f4                  mov    %esi,0xfffffff4(%ebp) 
Code;  c0113e9f <__wake_up+2b/a4> 
   b:   39 f3                     cmp    %esi,%ebx 
Code;  c0113ea1 <__wake_up+2d/a4> 
   d:   74 69                     je     78 <_EIP+0x78> c0113f0c 
<__wake_up+98/a4> 
Code;  c0113ea3 <__wake_up+2f/a4> 
   f:   8b 4b fc                  mov    0xfffffffc(%ebx),%ecx 
Code;  c0113ea6 <__wake_up+32/a4> 
  12:   8b 01                     mov    (%ecx),%eax 
 
 <0>Kernel panic: Aiee, killing interrupt handler! 
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Comment 1 Adrian Bunk 2005-07-05 17:18:56 UTC
Do these crashes still happen with kernel 2.6.12.2?
Comment 2 Ron Sokoloski 2005-08-09 09:49:54 UTC
Created attachment 5564 [details]
Kernel 2.6.12 bug trace

This is on a Compaq ML350 running Fedora Core 4 with the latest kernel.

[rsokoloski@nfrserv2 ~]$ uname -a
Linux nfrserv2 2.6.12-1.1398_FC4smp #1 SMP Fri Jul 15 01:30:13 EDT 2005 i686
i686 i386 GNU/Linux
Comment 3 Ron Sokoloski 2005-08-09 10:03:04 UTC
Interesting that Philipp and I are both using the tg3 network driver on SMP
machines. Wonder if it's a race condition - I've got a ethereal file showing 10
totally trashed packets at it's end, captured just before a kernel panic. Maybe
 the skb table is getting trashed somehow.

Also interesting is that I have another ML350 server at another location which
is solid as a rock on FC3:

[rsokoloski@welserv2 ~]$ uname -a
Linux welserv2 2.6.10-1.770_FC3smp #1 SMP Thu Feb 24 14:20:06 EST 2005 i686 i686
i386 GNU/Linux

The difference is there are no client machines below OS9.1 connecting to
welserv2. The machine that's crashing, nfrserv2, has clients as low as 8.1
connecting.

I'm confused, either way. I'm no C programmer, but I'll help out however I can.

Ron Sokoloski
Comment 4 Adrian Bunk 2006-03-21 14:03:39 UTC
Is this issue still present in kernel 2.6.16?
Comment 5 Adrian Bunk 2006-07-31 13:33:19 UTC
Please reopen this bug if it's still present in kernel 2.6.17.
Comment 6 Jean Delvare 2007-04-06 08:01:42 UTC
Fixed in 2.6.21-rc6 (and 2.6.20.5):
http://git.kernel.org/?p=linux/kernel/git/torvalds/linux-2.6.git;a=commit;h=75559c167bddc1254db5bcff032ad5eed8bd6f4a

We were overreacting to invalid incoming AppleTalk frames. Better just drop
invalid frames than crash the kernel ;)

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