On 24.06.21 09:09, Zenghui Yu wrote:
max_mem_slots is now declared as uint32_t. The result of (0x200000 * 32767)
is unexpectedly truncated to be 0xffe00000, whilst we actually need to
allocate about, 63GB. Cast max_mem_slots to size_t in both mmap() and
munmap() to fix the length truncation.
We'll otherwise see the failure on arm64 thanks to the access_ok() checking
in __kvm_set_memory_region(), as the unmapped VA happen to go beyond the
task's allowed address space.
Allowed number of memory slots: 32767
Adding slots 0..32766, each memory region with 2048K size
==== Test Assertion Failure ====
set_memory_region_test.c:391: ret == 0
pid=94861 tid=94861 errno=22 - Invalid argument
1 0x00000000004015a7: test_add_max_memory_regions at set_memory_region_test.c:389
2 (inlined by) main at set_memory_region_test.c:426
3 0x0000ffffb8e67bdf: ?? ??:0
4 0x00000000004016db: _start at :?
KVM_SET_USER_MEMORY_REGION IOCTL failed,
rc: -1 errno: 22 slot: 2615
Fixes: 3bf0fcd75434 ("KVM: selftests: Speed up set_memory_region_test")
Signed-off-by: Zenghui Yu <yuzenghui@xxxxxxxxxx>
While likely correct, this now breaks on many test systems in our CI that have less memory than 64GB.
(We do get ENOMEM). I have not seen the ENOMEM failures in earlier versions. Strange