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SubjectRe: WARNING: kernel stack frame pointer at ffff880156a5fea0 in bash:2103 has bad value 00007ffec7d87e50
On Tue, Sep 26, 2017 at 11:51:31PM +0200, Richard Weinberger wrote:
> Alexei,
>
> CC'ing Josh and Ingo.
>
> Am Dienstag, 26. September 2017, 06:09:02 CEST schrieb Alexei Starovoitov:
> > On Mon, Sep 25, 2017 at 11:23:31PM +0200, Richard Weinberger wrote:
> > > Hi!
> > >
> > > While playing with bcc's opensnoop tool on Linux 4.14-rc2 I managed to
> > > trigger this splat:
> > >
> > > [ 297.629773] WARNING: kernel stack frame pointer at ffff880156a5fea0 in
> > > bash:2103 has bad value 00007ffec7d87e50
> > > [ 297.629777] unwind stack type:0 next_sp: (null) mask:0x6
> > > graph_idx:0
> > > [ 297.629783] ffff88015b207ae0: ffff88015b207b68 (0xffff88015b207b68)
> > > [ 297.629790] ffff88015b207ae8: ffffffffb163c00e
> > > (__save_stack_trace+0x6e/
> > > 0xd0)
> > > [ 297.629792] ffff88015b207af0: 0000000000000000 ...
> > > [ 297.629795] ffff88015b207af8: ffff880156a58000 (0xffff880156a58000)
> > > [ 297.629799] ffff88015b207b00: ffff880156a60000 (0xffff880156a60000)
> > > [ 297.629800] ffff88015b207b08: 0000000000000000 ...
> > > [ 297.629803] ffff88015b207b10: 0000000000000006 (0x6)
> > > [ 297.629806] ffff88015b207b18: ffff880151b02700 (0xffff880151b02700)
> > > [ 297.629809] ffff88015b207b20: 0000010100000000 (0x10100000000)
> > > [ 297.629812] ffff88015b207b28: ffff880156a5fea0 (0xffff880156a5fea0)
> > > [ 297.629815] ffff88015b207b30: ffff88015b207ae0 (0xffff88015b207ae0)
> > > [ 297.629818] ffff88015b207b38: ffffffffc0050282 (0xffffffffc0050282)
> > > [ 297.629819] ffff88015b207b40: 0000000000000000 ...
> > > [ 297.629822] ffff88015b207b48: 0000000001000000 (0x1000000)
> > > [ 297.629825] ffff88015b207b50: ffff880157b98280 (0xffff880157b98280)
> > > [ 297.629828] ffff88015b207b58: ffff880157b98380 (0xffff880157b98380)
> > > [ 297.629831] ffff88015b207b60: ffff88015ad2b500 (0xffff88015ad2b500)
> > > [ 297.629834] ffff88015b207b68: ffff88015b207b78 (0xffff88015b207b78)
> > > [ 297.629838] ffff88015b207b70: ffffffffb163c086
> > > (save_stack_trace+0x16/0x20) [ 297.629841] ffff88015b207b78:
> > > ffff88015b207da8 (0xffff88015b207da8) [ 297.629847] ffff88015b207b80:
> > > ffffffffb18a8ed6 (save_stack+0x46/0xd0) [ 297.629850] ffff88015b207b88:
> > > 000000400000000c (0x400000000c)
> > > [ 297.629852] ffff88015b207b90: ffff88015b207ba0 (0xffff88015b207ba0)
> > > [ 297.629855] ffff88015b207b98: ffff880100000000 (0xffff880100000000)
> > > [ 297.629859] ffff88015b207ba0: ffffffffb163c086
> > > (save_stack_trace+0x16/0x20) [ 297.629864] ffff88015b207ba8:
> > > ffffffffb18a8ed6 (save_stack+0x46/0xd0) [ 297.629868] ffff88015b207bb0:
> > > ffffffffb18a9752 (kasan_slab_free+0x72/0xc0)
> > Thanks for the report!
> > I'm not sure I understand what's going on here.
> > It seems you have kasan enabled and it's trying to do save_stack()
> > and something crashing?
> > I don't see any bpf related helpers in the stack trace.
> > Which architecture is this? and .config ?
> > Is bpf jit enabled? If so, make sure that net.core.bpf_jit_kallsyms=1
>
> I found some time to dig a little further.
> It seems to happen only when CONFIG_DEBUG_SPINLOCK is enabled, please see the
> attached .config. The JIT is off.
> KAsan is also not involved at all, the regular stack saving machinery from the
> trace framework initiates the stack unwinder.
>
> The issue arises as soon as in pre_handler_kretprobe() raw_spin_lock_irqsave()
> is being called.
> It happens on all releases that have commit c32c47c68a0a ("x86/unwind: Warn on
> bad frame pointer").
> Interestingly it does not happen when I run
> samples/kprobes/kretprobe_example.ko. So, BPF must be involved somehow.
>
> Here is another variant of the warning, it matches the attached .config:

I can take a look at it. Unfortunately, for these types of issues I
often need the vmlinux file to be able to make sense of the unwinder
dump. So if you happen to have somewhere to copy the vmlinux to, that
would be helpful. Or if you give me your GCC version I can try to
rebuild it locally.

--
Josh

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