Re: [PATCH v6 00/18] Use block pr_ops in LIO

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On 4/12/23 5:25 AM, Naresh Kamboju wrote:
> On Wed, 12 Apr 2023 at 15:06, Naresh Kamboju <naresh.kamboju@xxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
>> [sorry for the adding you in CC]
>> While running LTP controllers test suite on this patch set applied on top of
>> the next-20230406 and the following kernel panic noticed on qemu-i386.
> Also noticed on qemu-x86_64.
> Crash log link,
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Can you point me to the original report? I don't think my patches are the cause of
the failure, or if they are there is a crazy bug.

Above, I think you pointed me to the wrong link above because it looks like that's
for a different patchset. Or did I misunderstand the testing and that link has my
patches included?

I did see my patches tested:

but they seem to fail in similar places as other failures that day, and the
failures don't seem related to my patches. It doesn't look like you are doing
anything nvme or block pr ioctl related and just failing on forks and OOM.
It looks like you are booting from a scsi device but I only touched the scsi
layer's code for persistent reservations and the tests don't seem to be
using that code.

> lore link,
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> Linaro LKFT

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