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SubjectRe: [PATCH IB/core 2/2] IB/cm: Send authentic pkey in REQ msg and check eligibility of the pkeys
On Tue, May 15, 2018 at 08:11:09PM +0200, Håkon Bugge wrote:
> > On 15 May 2018, at 02:38, Hal Rosenstock <hal@dev.mellanox.co.il> wrote:
> >
> > On 5/14/2018 5:02 PM, Jason Gunthorpe wrote:
> >> On Thu, May 10, 2018 at 05:16:28PM +0200, Håkon Bugge wrote:
> >>
> >>> We are talking about two things here. The PKey in the BTH and the
> >>> PKey in the CM REQ payload. They differ.
> >>>
> >>> I am out of office, but if my memory serves me correct, the PKey in
> >>> the BTH in the MAD packet will be the default PKey. Further, we have
> >>> per IBTA:
> >>
> >> This sounds like a Linux bug.
> >>
> >> Linux does not do a PR to get a reversible path dedicated to the GMP> so it always uses the data flow path, thus the GMP path paramenters
> >> and those in the REQ should always exactly match.
> >>
> >> Where is Linux setting the BTH.PKey and how did it choose to use the
> >> default pkey? Lets fix that at least for sure.
>
> Linux isn’t. The BTH.PKey is inserted by the HCA (hw or fw) coming from the P_Key table (10.9.2 in IBTA), selected by a pkey_index associated with the QP.
>
> As per C10-133: Packets sent from the Send Queue of a GSI QP shall
> attach a P_Key associated with that QP, just as a P_Key is
> associated with nonmanagement QPs

That language doesn't mean the PKey is forced to the default, it says
the pkey is programmable.

Linux implemented programmable PKeys for the GSI by using the work
request, so it deviates from what the spec imagined (which was
probably one GSI QP per PKey).

See ib_create_send_mad for instance:

mad_send_wr->send_wr.wr.wr_cqe = &mad_send_wr->mad_list.cqe;
mad_send_wr->send_wr.wr.sg_list = mad_send_wr->sg_list;
mad_send_wr->send_wr.wr.num_sge = 2;
mad_send_wr->send_wr.wr.opcode = IB_WR_SEND;
mad_send_wr->send_wr.wr.send_flags = IB_SEND_SIGNALED;
mad_send_wr->send_wr.remote_qpn = remote_qpn;
mad_send_wr->send_wr.remote_qkey = IB_QP_SET_QKEY;
mad_send_wr->send_wr.pkey_index = pkey_index;

The pkey_index associated with the QP1 is ignored:

/*
* PKey index for QP1 is irrelevant but
* one is needed for the Reset to Init transition
*/
attr->qp_state = IB_QPS_INIT;
attr->pkey_index = pkey_index;
attr->qkey = (qp->qp_num == 0) ? 0 : IB_QP1_QKEY;
ret = ib_modify_qp(qp, attr, IB_QP_STATE |
IB_QP_PKEY_INDEX | IB_QP_QKEY);

Since is is present in every WR.

> >> Basically this means that any pkey in the REQ could randomly be the
> >> full or limited value, and that in-of-itself has not bearing on the
> >> connection.
> >>
> >> So it is quite wrong to insist that the pkey be limited or full when
> >> processing the REQ. The end port is expected to match against the
> >> local table.
> >
> > Note that there is thorny issue with shared (physical) port
> > virtualization. In shared port virtualization, the VF pkey assignment is
> > a local matter. Only thing SM knows is the physical port pkeys where
> > both full and limited membership of same partition is possible. It is
> > conceivable that CM REQ contains limited partition key between 2 limited
> > VFs and for that a new REJ reason code appears to be needed.
>
> +1

This is not a difficult issue.

If the GMP is properly tagged with the right PKey then it will never
be delivered to the VM if the VM does not have the PKey in the
table. It is up to the hypervisor to block GMPs that have Pkeys not in
the virtual PKey table of the VF.

The only time you could need a new REJ code is if the GMP is using a
PKey different from the REQ - which is a pretty goofy thing to do
considering this VM case.

Remember the SM doesn't know what Pkeys are in the VM, so it is
basically impossible for the REQ side to reliably select two different
pkeys and know that they will bothmake it to the VM.

One pkey could be done reliably if it matched ipoib, for instance, but
two really cannot in the general case.

So again - the bug here is that the GMP is being sent with the wrong
pkey. Fix that, then see what is left to fix..

If I recall there were bugs here in mlx drivers, where the driver sent
with the wrong Pkey. I think this has actually been fixed now, so
please check the upstream kernel to be sure the Pkey is not what it is
supposed to be.

Jason

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