Description of problem:
Glock assertion failure found in '07 NFS connectathon. One of the NFSDs was
doing a "readdirplus" procedure call. It passed the logic into gfs2_readdir
where the call obtained its directory inode glock. It then subsequently
tried to construct the filehandle based on the contents of the directory
lising that invoked lookup and comes down to gfs2_drevalidate(). It hit
the assertion failure while trying obtain the inode glock again.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Each time and every time
Steps to Reproduce:
* Run cthon04 test suite
Patch had submitted to cluster-devel and has been in Linux tree since
sometime after Feb. 12.
In Steve's git on: 02/06/07.
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Devel ACK for 5.1 - Would like to get the patch incorporated into an early 5.1
cycle kernel build.
This request was evaluated by Red Hat Kernel Team for inclusion in a Red
Hat Enterprise Linux maintenance release, and has moved to bugzilla
Confirmed the fix is in, and I hit what looked like this panic with the GA
kernel just by having a nfs exported gfs2 mounted using nfsv3 and trying to do
an ls of the directory.
nfs3 mounts when the system hosting the gfs2 fs is running the -45 kernel seems
to work fine.
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