[PATCH v2 0/4] improve fault-tolerance of rhashtable runtime-test
From: Phil Sutter
Date: Fri Nov 20 2015 - 12:18:43 EST
The following series aims to improve lib/test_rhashtable in different
Patch 1 allows the kernel to reschedule so the test does not block too
long on slow systems.
Patch 2 fixes behaviour under pressure, retrying inserts in non-permanent
error case (-EBUSY).
Patch 3 auto-adjusts the upper table size limit according to the number
of threads (in concurrency test). In fact, the current default is
already too small.
Patch 4 makes it possible to retry inserts even in supposedly permanent
error case (-ENOMEM) to expose rhashtable's remaining problem of
-ENOMEM being not as permanent as it is expected to be.
Changes since v1:
- Introduce insert_retry() which is then used in single-threaded test as
- Do not retry inserts by default if -ENOMEM was returned.
- Rename the retry counter to be a bit more verbose about what it
- Add patch 4 as a debugging aid.
Phil Sutter (4):
rhashtable-test: add cond_resched() to thread test
rhashtable-test: retry insert operations
rhashtable-test: calculate max_entries value by default
rhashtable-test: allow to retry even if -ENOMEM was returned
lib/test_rhashtable.c | 76 +++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++------------------
1 file changed, 50 insertions(+), 26 deletions(-)
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