On Fri, Jun 27, 2008 at 09:17:53PM +0200, Manuel Bouyer wrote:
> > Now, is it OK to have a dirty buffer in the LRU queue ? It looks like
> > we could recycle dirty buffers from the LRU queue without flushing them
> > to disk first, isn't it ?
> One case where this can happen is though bdwrite(), which sets
> BO_DELWRI before calling brelse(). I added a check for this in brelsel()
> (putting a BO_DELWRI buffer in one of the free lists), and got several
> different traces; but it always has bdwrite() in it.
> Where do we go from here ?
I think I got to the roots of this bug: the KASSERT() is wrong.
It's valid to have a BC_BUSY buffer in the LRU queue, if it's also B_VFLUSH.
This case will be handler a few lines later, and the buffer is removed
from the queue but not recycled.
The attached patches fix it, adds a few more KASSERT, and fixes
checkfreelist() to work when we want to check that something is not on the
Is it OK to commit ?
Manuel Bouyer <[email protected]>
NetBSD: 26 ans d'experience feront toujours la difference
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