This is a discussion on Re: ZFS kmem_map too small. - FreeBSD ; On Nov 6, 2007, at 11:00 AM, Pawel Jakub Dawidek wrote: > If you use vm_kern.c.2.patch, can you show loader.conf and exact > command > that can provke the panic? I can elaborate a bit. I repeated the test while ...
On Nov 6, 2007, at 11:00 AM, Pawel Jakub Dawidek wrote:
> If you use vm_kern.c.2.patch, can you show loader.conf and exact
> that can provke the panic?
I can elaborate a bit. I repeated the test while I kept some
watching zpool iostat, the Bonnie++ command output, the make
pinging the machine continuously.
Wired memory reached 1696 MB according to top, and the programs seemed
to be stopped. I
didn't see more activity from top, zpool iostat, or make buildworld.
But the kernel
was still answering to pings, although with a very long delay, an
average of 300 - 500 ms.
I'm connected to the same local network, and the typical delay I get
with the machine is
around 0.3 ms. It was until things started to go wrong.
The machine kept answering pings (very late, but with no packet loss),
until I pressed
ctrl-C at the terminal session where I was running Bonnie++. That
seemed to trigger the
panic, kmem_map to small.
And I've found something. I was using SCHED_ULE instead of SCHED_4BSD.
I've switched back
to SCHED_4BSD (I apologise I didn't mention it, I thought it shouldn't
make a difference) and
the kmem usage climbs much slower, sustaning a 30 MB/s write
throughput during the Bonnie's "writing intelligently" test.
Using ULE, wired memory climbs and tops 1.6 GB in less than a minute,
while using 4BSD it's
climbing much slower. I've seen it reach 1.2 GB, go back to 800 MB...
and suddenly go down to
256 MB, while it keeps sustaining a write throughput of about 25 - 30
MB/s (according to
zpool iostat at 10 second intervals).
I've compiled the kernel with debugger support and this is what the
panic kmem_malloc(131072): kmem_map too small: 1608417280 total
KDB: stack backtrace:
db_trace_self_wrapper() at db_trace_self_wrapper+0x2a
panic() at panic+0x17a
kmem_malloc at kmem_malloc+0x65e
uma_large_malloc() at uma_large_malloc+0x4a
malloc() at malloc+0x7d
vdev_queue_io_to_issue() at vdev_queue_io_to_issue+0x147
vdev_queue_io_done() at vdev_queue_io_done+0x9c
vdev_geom_io_done() at vdev_geom_io_done+0x11
taskq_thread() at taskq_thread+0x17b
fork_exit() at fork_exit+0x11f
fork_trampoline() at fork_trampoline+0xe
--- trap 0, rip = 0, rsp = 0xfffffffffee34d30, rbp = 0 ---
KDB: enter: panic
Hope it makes sense. Anything else I can provide?
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