Bug 220472 - 11.1-RC1 kernel panic (zfs recv)
Summary: 11.1-RC1 kernel panic (zfs recv)
Status: New
Alias: None
Product: Base System
Classification: Unclassified
Component: kern (show other bugs)
Version: 11.0-STABLE
Hardware: amd64 Any
: --- Affects Some People
Assignee: freebsd-fs (Nobody)
Keywords: regression
Depends on:
Reported: 2017-07-04 20:21 UTC by John Kennedy
Modified: 2020-12-05 03:03 UTC (History)
1 user (show)

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Description John Kennedy 2017-07-04 20:21:14 UTC
I've had a kernel crash with 3 different RC1 kernels.

kernel: FreeBSD 11.1-RC1 #71 r313908+b08656c3ba28(releng/11.1): Sun Jul  2 23:15:23 PDT 2017
kernel: FreeBSD 11.1-RC1 #72 r313908+64e0abde4c70(releng/11.1): Mon Jul  3 07:43:42 PDT 2017
kernel: FreeBSD 11.1-RC1 #73 r313908+ff3a058c4f83(releng/11.1): Mon Jul  3 11:56:29 PDT 2017

# kldstat
Id Refs Address            Size     Name
 1   42 0xffffffff80200000 1f67128  kernel
 2    1 0xffffffff82169000 3161c0   zfs.ko
 3    2 0xffffffff82480000 c9e8     opensolaris.ko
 4    1 0xffffffff8248d000 21c68    geom_eli.ko
 5    1 0xffffffff824af000 bc68     aesni.ko
 6    1 0xffffffff824bb000 114f58   nvidia-modeset.ko
 7    3 0xffffffff825d0000 ab7f8    linux.ko
 8    3 0xffffffff8267c000 ddc0     linux_common.ko
 9    2 0xffffffff8268a000 1056708  nvidia.ko
10    1 0xffffffff83821000 3602     ums.ko
11    1 0xffffffff83825000 3c35c    linux64.ko
12    1 0xffffffff83862000 eb0d     iscsi.ko

Excuse human-induced typos in stack-trace:

panic: avl_find() succeeded inside avl_add()
KDB: stack backgrace:
#0 0xffffffff80aad9c7 at kdb_backtrace+0x67
#1 0xffffffff80a6baa6 at vpanic+0x186
#2 0xffffffff80a6b913 at panic+0x43
#3 0xffffffff82169df4 at avl_add+0x134
#4 0xffffffff821a9bed at dmu_recv_end+0x16d
#5 0xffffffff82231e0f at zfs_ioc_recv+0xb1f
#6 0xffffffff82233c36 at zfsdev_ioctl+0x6d6
#7 0xffffffff8093ad38 at devfs_ioctl_f+0x128
#8 0xffffffff80ac9315 at kern_ioctl+0x255
#9 0xffffffff80ac904f at sys_ioctl+0x16f
#10 0xffffffff80ee0394 at amd64_syscall+0x6c4
#11 0xffffffff80ec35cb at Xfast_syscall+0xfb

It is reproducible.  Initially saw it with zfs send | zfs recv (kernel #71),
reproduced outside of X so I could see the panic, installed kernel #72 to be
more current (had it compiled but not installed since I was doing lots of I/O).
Didn't happen with zfs send to file, happened on zfs recv from file, grabbed
#73 since it looked like it might apply since I have a da* via ISCSI, and
can still reproduce the problem.
Comment 1 John Kennedy 2017-07-05 01:08:33 UTC
So I've done a bunch of I/O trying to narrow this down.  Between 20170526 and 20170528 on a system where I thought some SSD drives were failing (recoverable checksum errors), I zfs sent | zfs recv the root disk (pool zroot) to a different disk, which I then moved to a different (current) box.  Now I'm trying to move it again, and running into problems.

It looks like I probably installed from installation media (11.0-RELEASE-p1 #0 r306420) and upgraded to -p10 after using beadm (possibly with some CMOS clock offset looking at the timestamps, but that should all just be relative time).  I was running FreeBSD 11.0-RELEASE-p10 #0 r317487+8c96ad701987(releng/11.0) during the time that the bad snapshot I've done similar things before (and similar things after) with no problems.  I can send|recv data from that filesystem up to a point (@20170526) without issues, but kernel panic after that.

Right now, it seems to be isolated to the "zroot" since I can receive incrementals below that (ROOT, var, usr, etc).  I'm trying to narrow it down some more.
Comment 2 John Kennedy 2017-07-07 13:29:12 UTC
I've been extremely frustrated trying to get a kernel dump for this panic.

FreeBSD jormungandr.phouka.net 11.1-RC1 FreeBSD 11.1-RC1 #79 r313908+8df37be70f94(releng/11.1): Thu Jul  6 18:20:07 PDT 2017     warlock@jormungandr.phouka.net:/usr/obj/usr/src/sys/GENERIC  amd64

From rc.conf:

# dumpon -l

# savecore -Cv
unable to open bounds file, using 0
checking for kernel dump on device /dev/ada0p1
mediasize = 35433480192 bytes
sectorsize = 512 bytes
magic mismatch on last dump header on /dev/ada0p1
No dump exists

I've got a pair of ZFS-mirroed Samsung SSD 960 EVO 250GB drives (/dev/nvd[01]) M.2 drives as zroot.  It didn't seem like dumpon liked the encrypted swap partitions on there (even with "late" option), so I threw in a extra drive and created a unencrypted swap partition on it with enough space for all the memory, just in case.
# gpart show /dev/nvd0
=>       40  488397088  nvd0  GPT  (233G)
         40       1024     1  freebsd-boot  (512K)
       1064        984        - free -  (492K)
       2048    4194304     2  freebsd-swap  (2.0G)
    4196352  484200448     3  freebsd-zfs  (231G)
  488396800        328        - free -  (164K)

# gpart show /dev/ada0
=>       40  937703008  ada0  GPT  (447G)
         40       4056        - free -  (2.0M)
       4096   69206016     1  freebsd-swap  (33G)
   69210112  868492936        - free -  (414G)

# grep ' memory ' /var/log/dmesg.today 
real memory  = 34359738368 (32768 MB)
avail memory = 33191440384 (31653 MB)

Nothing is saved to /var/crash.  It exists, only contains "minfree" (with the contents of "2048").  Booting to single user after panic and running savecore by hand doesn't seem to find anything, either.
Comment 3 John Kennedy 2017-07-07 14:27:31 UTC
The basic layout of the problem-pool is a stock ZFS layout with some additions and boot environment:

# zfs list -r zspin/zroot
NAME                           USED  AVAIL  REFER  MOUNTPOINT
zspin/zroot                   96.6G   370G    96K  /zspin/zroot
zspin/zroot/ROOT              10.6G   370G    96K  none
zspin/zroot/ROOT/11.0-releng    48K   370G  3.22G  /zspin/zroot
zspin/zroot/ROOT/default      10.6G   370G  8.74G  /zspin/zroot
zspin/zroot/aux                200K   370G    96K  /zspin/zroot/aux
zspin/zroot/aux/aux            104K   370G    96K  /zspin/zroot/aux/aux
zspin/zroot/git                136K   370G    96K  /zspin/zroot/git
zspin/zroot/release            136K   370G    96K  /zspin/zroot/release
zspin/zroot/tmp               1004K   370G   400K  /tmp
zspin/zroot/usr               85.9G   370G    96K  /usr
zspin/zroot/usr/home          73.2G   370G  73.1G  /zspin/zroot/usr/home
zspin/zroot/usr/ports         9.98G   370G  6.73G  /usr/ports
zspin/zroot/usr/src           2.77G   370G  2.77G  /usr/src
zspin/zroot/var               2.20M   370G    96K  /var
zspin/zroot/var/audit          136K   370G    96K  /var/audit
zspin/zroot/var/crash          136K   370G    96K  /var/crash
zspin/zroot/var/log           1.00M   370G   336K  /var/log
zspin/zroot/var/mail           564K   370G   132K  /var/mail
zspin/zroot/var/tmp            248K   370G    96K  /var/tmp

There are some snapshots. Different filesystems have different stamps on them, but my current theory is that "aux" is the problem child:

# zfs list -rtall zspin/zroot | fgrep @ | sed -E 's/^[^@]+(@[^ ]+).*$/\1/' | sort | uniq

# zfs list -rt all zspin/zroot
NAME                                           USED  AVAIL  REFER  MOUNTPOINT
zspin/zroot                                   96.6G   370G    96K  /zspin/zroot
zspin/zroot@backup                               8K      -    96K  -
zspin/zroot@backup2                              8K      -    96K  -
zspin/zroot@20170526                             8K      -    96K  -
zspin/zroot@20170527                             8K      -    96K  -
zspin/zroot@20170528                             8K      -    96K  -
zspin/zroot@20170528-2                           8K      -    96K  -
zspin/zroot/aux                                200K   370G    96K  /zspin/zroot/aux
zspin/zroot/aux@20170528                          0      -    96K  -
zspin/zroot/aux/aux                            104K   370G    96K  /zspin/zroot/aux/aux
zspin/zroot/aux/aux@20170528                     8K      -    96K  -
zspin/zroot/aux/aux@20170528-2                    0      -    96K  -

This is how I can reliably panic my system:

zfs destroy -rv zaux/ouroboros/zroot
zfs send -RD zspin/zroot@backup | zfs receive -Fu -dv zaux/ouroboros
zfs send -RD -I zspin/zroot@backup zspin/zroot@20170527 | zfs receive -Fu -dv zaux/ouroboros
# panic during this
zfs send -RD -I zspin/zroot@20170527 zspin/zroot@20170528 | zfs receive -Fu -dv zaux/ouroboros

On the zfs receive, the last status message before the panic is receiving zspin/zroot/aux/aux@20170528 (#12 below, no summary of received bytes afterwards).

# zfs send -RD -I zspin/zroot@20170527 zspin/zroot@20170528 | zfs receive -Fu -dvn zaux/ouroboros | cat -n
     1  would receive incremental stream of zspin/zroot@20170528 into zaux/ouroboros/zroot@20170528
     2  would receive incremental stream of zspin/zroot/var@20170528 into zaux/ouroboros/zroot/var@20170528
     3  would receive incremental stream of zspin/zroot/var/audit@20170528 into zaux/ouroboros/zroot/var/audit@20170528
     4  would receive incremental stream of zspin/zroot/var/tmp@20170528 into zaux/ouroboros/zroot/var/tmp@20170528
     5  would receive incremental stream of zspin/zroot/var/crash@20170528 into zaux/ouroboros/zroot/var/crash@20170528
     6  would receive incremental stream of zspin/zroot/var/mail@20170528 into zaux/ouroboros/zroot/var/mail@20170528
     7  would receive incremental stream of zspin/zroot/var/log@20170528 into zaux/ouroboros/zroot/var/log@20170528
     8  would receive incremental stream of zspin/zroot/tmp@20170528 into zaux/ouroboros/zroot/tmp@20170528
     9  would receive incremental stream of zspin/zroot/release@20170528 into zaux/ouroboros/zroot/release@20170528
    10  would receive incremental stream of zspin/zroot/git@20170528 into zaux/ouroboros/zroot/git@20170528
    11  would receive full stream of zspin/zroot/aux@20170528 into zaux/ouroboros/zroot/aux@20170528
    12  would receive full stream of zspin/zroot/aux/aux@20170528 into zaux/ouroboros/zroot/aux@20170528
    13  would receive incremental stream of zspin/zroot/ROOT@20170528 into zaux/ouroboros/zroot/ROOT@20170528
    14  would receive incremental stream of zspin/zroot/ROOT/default@20170528 into zaux/ouroboros/zroot/ROOT/default@20170528
    15  would receive incremental stream of zspin/zroot/usr@20170528 into zaux/ouroboros/zroot/usr@20170528
    16  would receive incremental stream of zspin/zroot/usr/home@20170528 into zaux/ouroboros/zroot/usr/home@20170528
    17  would receive incremental stream of zspin/zroot/usr/ports@20170528 into zaux/ouroboros/zroot/usr/ports@20170528
    18  would receive incremental stream of zspin/zroot/usr/src@20170528 into zaux/ouroboros/zroot/usr/src@20170528
    19  would receive incremental stream of zspin/zroot/ROOT/11.0-releng@20170528 into zaux/ouroboros/zroot/ROOT/11.0-releng@20170528
Comment 4 John Kennedy 2020-12-05 03:03:47 UTC
Someone might want to close this because 4+ years later I couldn't possibly reproduce it and 11.1 is long out of date.