Re: [5.2-rc1 regression]: nvme vs. hibernation

From: Jiri Kosina
Date: Fri May 24 2019 - 18:30:25 EST

On Fri, 24 May 2019, Keith Busch wrote:

> > Something is broken in Linus' tree (4dde821e429) with respec to
> > hibernation on my thinkpad x270, and it seems to be nvme related.
> >
> > I reliably see the warning below during hibernation, and then sometimes
> > resume sort of works but the machine misbehaves here and there (seems like
> > lost IRQs), sometimes it never comes back from the hibernated state.
> >
> > I will not have too much have time to look into this over weekend, so I am
> > sending this out as-is in case anyone has immediate idea. Otherwise I'll
> > bisect it on monday (I don't even know at the moment what exactly was the
> > last version that worked reliably, I'll have to figure that out as well
> > later).
> I believe the warning call trace was introduced when we converted nvme to
> lock-less completions. On device shutdown, we'll check queues for any
> pending completions, and we temporarily disable the interrupts to make
> sure that queues interrupt handler can't run concurrently.

Yeah, the completion changes were the primary reason why I brought this up
with all of you guys in CC.

> On hibernation, most CPUs are offline, and the interrupt re-enabling
> is hitting this warning that says the IRQ is not associated with any
> online CPUs.
> I'm sure we can find a way to fix this warning, but I'm not sure that
> explains the rest of the symptoms you're describing though.

It seems to be more or less reliable enough for bisect. I'll try that on
monday and will let you know.


Jiri Kosina