On Sat, Apr 21, 2012 at 12:11:49PM +0200, Hans Schillstrom wrote:
> >Subject: Re: kernel oops - do_ip_vs_get_ctl
> >On Fri, 20 Apr 2012, Hans Schillstrom wrote:
> >> >On Fri, 20 Apr 2012, Ryan O'Hara wrote:
> >> >
> >> >>
> >> >> I frequently get a kernel oops in do_ip_vs_get_ctl when starting
> >> >> keepalived on
> >> >> a 3.3.0 kernel. I'm attaching the trace from /var/log/messages. Has
> >> >> anyone
> >> >> encountered this problem and if so is there a patch available? Much
> >> >> appreciated.
> >> >
> >> Do you prepare a patch or should I do it ?
> > I'm stopping doing more patches until Simon takes
> >the previous changes, so that we can use some fresh tree.
> >You can try fixing this problem if you think you have
> >recent changes.
> OK I'll take care of this and double check with Simon that we have the
> same view of patches
sorry for not being a little more attentive to patches.
I have now picked up all the patches that seem to have consensus.
Those that seem critical I have pushed into ipvs with a CC: stable@
and sent a pull request to Pablo to consider them for 3.4.
There are two such patches and the head of the ipvs tree now looks like
0cc4789 ipvs: fix crash in ip_vs_control_net_cleanup on unload
bd7dc1c netfilter: ipvs: Verify that IP_VS protocol has been registered
Those that seemed less critical where the GFP_ATOMIC changes, one
from Sasha and 6 from Julian. The head of the ipvs-next tree now looks like
663f4b2 netfilter: ipvs: use GFP_KERNEL allocation where possible
b5cfd04 ipvs: SH scheduler does not need GFP_ATOMIC allocation
5b3b290 ipvs: LBLCR scheduler does not need GFP_ATOMIC allocation on init
c087c6f ipvs: WRR scheduler does not need GFP_ATOMIC allocation
8cfaf8d ipvs: DH scheduler does not need GFP_ATOMIC allocation
e7c6390 ipvs: LBLC scheduler does not need GFP_ATOMIC allocation on init
8f78609 ipvs: timeout tables do not need GFP_ATOMIC allocation
Please let me know if there are any other patches you would like
merged at this time.
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