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SubjectRe: [PATCH] af_packet: Raw socket destruction warning fix
On 01/18/2016 11:11 AM, Vaneet Narang wrote:
> Hi,
>
>>> __do_softirq
>>> run_ksoftirqd
>>>
>>> Signed-off-by: Vaneet Narang <v.narang@samsung.com>
>>> Signed-off-by: Maninder Singh <maninder1.s@samsung.com>
>
>> Thanks for the fix. While it fixes the WARN_ON(), I believe some more
>> investigation is needed here on why it is happening:
>>
>> We call first into packet_release(), which removes the socket hook from
>> the kernel (unregister_prot_hook()), later calls synchronize_net() to
>> make sure no more skbs will come in. The receive queue is purged right
>> after the synchronize_net() already.
>>
>> packet_sock_destruct() will be called afterwards, when there are no more
>> refs on the socket anymore and no af_packet skbs in tx waiting for completion.
>> Only then, in sk_destruct(), we'll call into packet_sock_destruct().
>>
>> So, eventually double purging the sk_receive_queue seems not the right
>> thing to do at first look, and w/o any deeper analysis in the commit description.
>>
>> Could you look a bit further into the issue? Do you have a reproducer to
>> trigger it?
>
> It is Suspend Resume scenario and in this case close(sock_id) is
> not called and hence packet_release is also not called.
> In case of suspend, driver power down its ethernet port and release all the
> sk_buff stored in RX and TX ring. driver calls dev_kfree_skb_any to release all
> the sk_buff in tx ring and if last tx buff of socket is called then
> packet_sock_destruct() will be invoked and will result in warning if and recevive sk_buff is
> still in receive queue.

Hmm, not quite. See 2b85a34e911b ("net: No more expensive sock_hold()/sock_put()
on each tx") on how it is supposed to work.

See packet_create(): sk_alloc() inits sk_wmem_alloc to 1, sock_init_data() sets
sk_refcnt to 1. sock_hold()/__sock_put() pair in packet sock is managed when we
register/unregister proto hooks.

The other sock_put() in packet_release() to drop the final ref and call into
sk_free(), which drops the 1 ref on the sk_wmem_alloc from init time. Since you
got into __sk_free() via sock_wfree() destructor, your socket must have invoked
packet_release() prior to this (perhaps kernel destroying the process).

What kernel do you use?

> Driver calls dev_kfree_skb_any->dev_kfree_skb_irq
> and it adds buffer in completion queue to free and raises softirq NET_TX_SOFTIRQ
>
> net_tx_action->__kfree_skb->skb_release_all->skb_release_head_state->sock_wfree->
> __sk_free->packet_sock_destruct
>
> Also purging of receive queue has been taken care in other protocols.
> // IP protocol
> void inet_sock_destruct(struct sock *sk)
> {
> struct inet_sock *inet = inet_sk(sk);
>
> __skb_queue_purge(&sk->sk_receive_queue); // Purge Receive queue
> __skb_queue_purge(&sk->sk_error_queue);
>
> ....
>
> WARN_ON(atomic_read(&sk->sk_rmem_alloc));
> WARN_ON(atomic_read(&sk->sk_wmem_alloc));
> }
>
> So i think it should be done in Raw sockets also.
>
>>> ---
>>> net/packet/af_packet.c | 1 +
>>> 1 file changed, 1 insertion(+)
>>>
>>> diff --git a/net/packet/af_packet.c b/net/packet/af_packet.c
>>> index 81b4b81..bcb37ba 100644
>
> Thanks
> Vaneet Narang
>


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