Re: pci: kernel crash in bus_find_device
From: Francesco Ruggeri
Date: Wed Jun 04 2014 - 02:22:56 EST
> Look for callers of bus_find_device. Unless I am missing something, only pci
> and scsi code call it with non-NULL 'start' argument, and the scsi use is
> limited to a walk through scsi devices for a proc file.
> Makes me wonder if the start argument should go away, and if pci and scsi
> should use another means to walk through devices.
I think that would be the correct approach.
In case of pci all functions using pci_get_device, pci_get_subsys or
pci_get_class (which call pci_get_dev_by_id/bus_find_device) to
iterate over the whole list using a non-NULL start argument would have
to be audited.
There seem to be quite a few of them using loops of the kind
while ((dev = pci_get_device( â, dev)) != NULL)
(and similarly for pci_get_subsys and pci_get_class) and they could
all be vulnerable if they try to resume their search from a device
that was unregistered.
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