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SubjectRe: [PATCH] maple_tree: Fix sparse reported issues
On Sun, 17 Jul 2022, Hugh Dickins wrote:
> On Mon, 18 Jul 2022, Liam Howlett wrote:
> > Do you have the patch
> > "maple_tree-Fix-stale-data-copy-in-mas_wr_node_store.patch"? It sounds
> > like your issue fits this fix exactly. I was seeing the same issue with
> > gcc 9.3.1 20200408 and this bug doesn't happen for me now. The logs
> > you sent also fit the situation. I went through the same exercise
> > (exorcism?) of debugging the various additions and removals of the VMA
> > only to find the issue in the tree itself. The fix also modified the
> > test code to detect the issue - which was actually hit but not detected
> > in the existing test cases from a live capture of VMA activities. It is
> > difficult to spot in the tree dump as well. I am sure I sent this to
> > Andrew as it is included in v11 and did not show up in his diff, but I
> > cannot find it on lore, perhaps I forgot to CC you? I've attached it
> > here for you in case you missed it.
> Thanks! No, I never received that patch, nor can I see it on lore
> or; but I (still) haven't looked at v11, and don't know
> about Andrew's diff. Anyway, sounds exciting, I'm eager to stop
> writing this mail and get to testing with that in - but please
> let me know whether it's the mas_dead_leaves() or the __vma_adjust()
> mods you attached previously, which you want me to leave out.

I just went ahead with both of those still in, my do_mas_munmap()
non-fix reverted, and your "Fix stale data copy" added: looks very
promising so far, been running two hours without a problem. I
do expect it to hit the migration entry !PageLocked BUG soon (as
it quickly did on the laptop), but that's okay: I'll switch over
to thinking about that BUG, so long as tonight's run does not
crash in some other way.


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