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SubjectQuestion on debugging Alignment trap

I am debugging a random alignment trap in a 3.12 Kernel.
I am not sure what could cause the alighment trap. Has anyone seen
this issue before

[147278.696759] Alignment trap: not handling instruction e1901f9f at
[147278.714884] Unhandled fault: alignment exception (0x001) at 0xffffff7f
[147278.725921] Internal error: : 1 [#1] PREEMPT SMP ARM
[147278.731321] Modules linked in: omaplfb(O) pvrsrvkm(O)
pruss_remoteproc remoteproc virtio virtio_ring
[147278.741197] CPU: 0 PID: 21706 Comm: zygote Tainted: G O
3.12.20+ #1
[147278.748893] task: ea86ebc0 ti: ec6cc000 task.ti: ec6cc000
[147278.754749] PC is at __destroy_inode+0xfc/0x14c
[147278.759676] LR is at _raw_spin_unlock+0x30/0x50
[147278.764596] pc : [<c010ad14>] lr : [<c06d8918>] psr: a00f0013
[147278.764596] sp : ec6cdd40 ip : ec6cdcf0 fp : ec6cdd54
[147278.777007] r10: dc0e77e0 r9 : e13b0c90 r8 : dc0e7778
[147278.782663] r7 : c06ed8f4 r6 : c06ed8f4 r5 : ece67b80 r4 : ece67b28
[147278.789705] r3 : 00000000 r2 : ec6cdcf0 r1 : 00000000 r0 : ffffff7f
[147278.796750] Flags: NzCv IRQs on FIQs on Mode SVC_32 ISA ARM
Segment user

Disassembly of the vmlinux shows that it might come from inside atomic.h

c010ad08 <__destroy_inode+0xf0> e3a03000 mov r3, #0
c010ad0c <__destroy_inode+0xf4> ee073fba mcr 15, 0, r3,
cr7, cr10, {5}

__asm__ __volatile__("@ atomic_sub_return\n"
c010ad10 <__destroy_inode+0xf8> e1901f9f ldrex r1, [r0]
c010ad14 <__destroy_inode+0xfc> e2411001 sub r1, r1, #1
c010ad18 <__destroy_inode+0x100> e1802f91 strex r2, r1, [r0]
c010ad1c <__destroy_inode+0x104> e3320000 teq r2, #0
c010ad20 <__destroy_inode+0x108> 1afffffa bne c010ad10
" bne 1b"
: "=&r" (result), "=&r" (tmp), "+Qo" (v->counter)
: "r" (&v->counter), "Ir" (i)
: "cc");

c010ad24 <__destroy_inode+0x10c> ee073fba mcr 15, 0, r3,
cr7, cr10, {5}

Not sure what the issue here is. I would need some help in
understanding what the problem.

Thanks for your help.


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