On Tue, Aug 17, 2021 at 01:07:40PM -0500, Brijesh Singh wrote:
+ if (!desc)
+ panic("failed to allocate memory");
Make that error message more distinctive so that *if* it happens, one
can pinpoint the place in the code where the panic comes from.
Now I am running checkpatch and notice that it complain about the message
too. I can add a BUG() or WARN() to get the stack trace before the crashing.
checkpatch complains because there's a kmalloc before it and if it
fails, the mm core will issue a warning so there's no need for a warning
But in this case, you want to panic and checkpatch doesn't see that so
you can ignore it here and leave the panic message but make it more
distinctive so one can find it by grepping. IOW, something like
panic("SEV-SNP: Failed to allocame memory for PSC descriptor");