Commit c854ab57 authored by Jens Axboe's avatar Jens Axboe

sbitmap: fix race in wait batch accounting

If we have multiple callers of sbq_wake_up(), we can end up in a
situation where the wait_cnt will continually go more and more
negative. Consider the case where our wake batch is 1, hence
wait_cnt will start out as 1.

wait_cnt == 1

CPU0				CPU1
atomic_dec_return(), cnt == 0
				atomic_dec_return(), cnt == -1
				cmpxchg(-1, 0) (succeeds)
				[wait_cnt now 0]
cmpxchg(0, 1) (fails)

This ends up with wait_cnt being 0, we'll wakeup immediately
next time. Going through the same loop as above again, and
we'll have wait_cnt -1.

For the case where we have a larger wake batch, the only
difference is that the starting point will be higher. We'll
still end up with continually smaller batch wakeups, which
defeats the purpose of the rolling wakeups.

Always reset the wait_cnt to the batch value. Then it doesn't
matter who wins the race. But ensure that whomever does win
the race is the one that increments the ws index and wakes up
our batch count, loser gets to call __sbq_wake_up() again to
account his wakeups towards the next active wait state index.

Fixes: 6c0ca7ae ("sbitmap: fix wakeup hang after sbq resize")
Reviewed-by: default avatarOmar Sandoval <osandov@fb.com>
Signed-off-by: default avatarJens Axboe <axboe@kernel.dk>
parent 0eb0b63c
......@@ -457,7 +457,7 @@ static struct sbq_wait_state *sbq_wake_ptr(struct sbitmap_queue *sbq)
return NULL;
}
static void sbq_wake_up(struct sbitmap_queue *sbq)
static bool __sbq_wake_up(struct sbitmap_queue *sbq)
{
struct sbq_wait_state *ws;
unsigned int wake_batch;
......@@ -474,28 +474,43 @@ static void sbq_wake_up(struct sbitmap_queue *sbq)
ws = sbq_wake_ptr(sbq);
if (!ws)
return;
return false;
wait_cnt = atomic_dec_return(&ws->wait_cnt);
if (wait_cnt <= 0) {
int ret;
wake_batch = READ_ONCE(sbq->wake_batch);
/*
* Pairs with the memory barrier in sbitmap_queue_resize() to
* ensure that we see the batch size update before the wait
* count is reset.
*/
smp_mb__before_atomic();
/*
* If there are concurrent callers to sbq_wake_up(), the last
* one to decrement the wait count below zero will bump it back
* up. If there is a concurrent resize, the count reset will
* either cause the cmpxchg to fail or overwrite after the
* cmpxchg.
* For concurrent callers of this, the one that failed the
* atomic_cmpxhcg() race should call this function again
* to wakeup a new batch on a different 'ws'.
*/
atomic_cmpxchg(&ws->wait_cnt, wait_cnt, wait_cnt + wake_batch);
sbq_index_atomic_inc(&sbq->wake_index);
wake_up_nr(&ws->wait, wake_batch);
ret = atomic_cmpxchg(&ws->wait_cnt, wait_cnt, wake_batch);
if (ret == wait_cnt) {
sbq_index_atomic_inc(&sbq->wake_index);
wake_up_nr(&ws->wait, wake_batch);
return false;
}
return true;
}
return false;
}
static void sbq_wake_up(struct sbitmap_queue *sbq)
{
while (__sbq_wake_up(sbq))
;
}
void sbitmap_queue_clear(struct sbitmap_queue *sbq, unsigned int nr,
......
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