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Re: [Qemu-block] [Qemu-devel] Guest unresponsive after Virtqueue size ex

From: Fernando Casas Schössow
Subject: Re: [Qemu-block] [Qemu-devel] Guest unresponsive after Virtqueue size exceeded error
Date: Mon, 18 Feb 2019 07:21:25 +0000

It took a few days but last night the problem was reproduced.
This is the information from the log:

vdev 0x55f261d940f0 ("virtio-blk")
vq 0x55f261d9ee40 (idx 0)
inuse 128 vring.num 128
old_shadow_avail_idx 58874 last_avail_idx 58625 avail_idx 58874
avail 0x3d87a800 avail_idx (cache bypassed) 58625
used_idx 58497
2019-02-18 03:20:08.605+0000: shutting down, reason=crashed

The dump file, including guest memory, was generated successfully (after gzip the file is around 492MB).
I switched the guest now to virtio-scsi to get the information and dump with this setup as well.

How should we proceed?


On lun, feb 11, 2019 at 4:17 AM, Stefan Hajnoczi <address@hidden> wrote:
Thanks for collecting the data! The fact that both virtio-blk and virtio-scsi failed suggests it's not a virtqueue element leak in the virtio-blk or virtio-scsi device emulation code. The hung task error messages from inside the guest are a consequence of QEMU hitting the "Virtqueue size exceeded" error. QEMU refuses to process further requests after the error, causing tasks inside the guest to get stuck on I/O. I don't have a good theory regarding the root cause. Two ideas: 1. The guest is corrupting the vring or submitting more requests than will fit into the ring. Somewhat unlikely because it happens with both Windows and Linux guests. 2. QEMU's virtqueue code is buggy, maybe the memory region cache which is used for fast guest RAM accesses. Here is an expanded version of the debug patch which might help identify which of these scenarios is likely. Sorry, it requires running the guest again! This time let's make QEMU dump core so both QEMU state and guest RAM are captured for further debugging. That way it will be possible to extract more information using gdb without rerunning. Stefan --- diff --git a/hw/virtio/virtio.c b/hw/virtio/virtio.c index a1ff647a66..28d89fcbcb 100644 --- a/hw/virtio/virtio.c +++ b/hw/virtio/virtio.c @@ -866,6 +866,7 @@ void *virtqueue_pop(VirtQueue *vq, size_t sz) return NULL; } rcu_read_lock(); + uint16_t old_shadow_avail_idx = vq->shadow_avail_idx; if (virtio_queue_empty_rcu(vq)) { goto done; } @@ -879,6 +880,12 @@ void *virtqueue_pop(VirtQueue *vq, size_t sz) max = vq->vring.num; if (vq->inuse >= vq->vring.num) { + fprintf(stderr, "vdev %p (\"%s\")\n", vdev, vdev->name); + fprintf(stderr, "vq %p (idx %u)\n", vq, (unsigned int)(vq - vdev->vq)); + fprintf(stderr, "inuse %u vring.num %u\n", vq->inuse, vq->vring.num); + fprintf(stderr, "old_shadow_avail_idx %u last_avail_idx %u avail_idx %u\n", old_shadow_avail_idx, vq->last_avail_idx, vq->shadow_avail_idx); + fprintf(stderr, "avail %#" HWADDR_PRIx " avail_idx (cache bypassed) %u\n", vq->vring.avail, virtio_lduw_phys(vdev, vq->vring.avail + offsetof(VRingAvail, idx))); + fprintf(stderr, "used_idx %u\n", vq->used_idx); + abort(); /* <--- core dump! */ virtio_error(vdev, "Virtqueue size exceeded"); goto done; }

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