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SubjectRe: [PATCH v2] cgroup: serialize css kill and release paths
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On 6/3/22 11:13, Tadeusz Struk wrote:
> Syzbot found a corrupted list bug scenario that can be triggered from
> cgroup_subtree_control_write(cgrp). The reproduces writes to
> cgroup.subtree_control file, which invokes:
> cgroup_apply_control_enable()->css_create()->css_populate_dir(), which
> then fails with a fault injected -ENOMEM.
> In such scenario the css_killed_work_fn will be en-queued via
> cgroup_apply_control_disable(cgrp)->kill_css(css), and bail out to
> cgroup_kn_unlock(). Then cgroup_kn_unlock() will call:
> cgroup_put(cgrp)->css_put(&cgrp->self), which will try to enqueue
> css_release_work_fn for the same css instance, causing a list_add
> corruption bug, as can be seen in the syzkaller report [1].
>
> Fix this by synchronizing the css ref_kill and css_release jobs.
> css_release() function will check if the css_killed_work_fn() has been
> scheduled for the css and only en-queue the css_release_work_fn()
> if css_killed_work_fn wasn't already en-queued. Otherwise css_release() will
> set the CSS_REL_LATER flag for that css. This will cause the
> css_release_work_fn() work to be executed after css_killed_work_fn() is finished.
>
> Two scc flags have been introduced to implement this serialization mechanizm:
>
> * CSS_KILL_ENQED, which will be set when css_killed_work_fn() is en-queued, and
> * CSS_REL_LATER, which, if set, will cause the css_release_work_fn() to be
> scheduled after the css_killed_work_fn is finished.
>
> There is also a new lock, which will protect the integrity of the css flags.
>
> [1] https://syzkaller.appspot.com/bug?id=e26e54d6eac9d9fb50b221ec3e4627b327465dbd

This also fixes a similar, cgroup related list corrupt issue:
https://syzkaller.appspot.com/bug?id=3c7ff113ccb695e839b859da3fc481c36eb1cfd5

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Thanks,
Tadeusz

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