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On 02/01/2012 02:34 PM, Dave Anderson wrote:
----- Original Message ---------- Original Message -----Here is a patch against crash v6.0.2 that adds duplicate node detection per-CPU for the CFS runqueue display in dump_CFS_runqueues() for the runq command. This resolves the failure to bail-out of the unending looping display I get with the crash dump I have that has a corrupted CFS runqueue containing a loop. Signed-off-by: David Mair<dmair@xxxxxxxx> ---That was quick! I'm going to have to re-work this patch slightly because of the queued changes for crash-6.0.3 that are based upon Daisuke's runq patch: [PATCH] runq: search current task's runqueue explicitly https://www.redhat.com/archives/crash-utility/2012-January/msg00009.htmlDave, On second thought, I'd rather have you update your patch accordingly, and then test with your dumpfile to make sure it works as planned. Can you do this: $ wget http://people.redhat.com/anderson/crash.tar.gz Then go into any top-level crash utility source directory, and do this: $ tar xvzmf /path/to/crash.tar.gz which will overwrite everything -- just "make" to rebuild with all the queued crash-6.0.3 changes to date. Then re-do your patch to task.c, test it, and re-post it.
Dave,I've got a patch prepared but I can't test it until my morning tomorrow (02/02) so I'll post it then. I'm sorry for the delay.
-- David Mair SUSE Linux -- Crash-utility mailing list Crash-utility@xxxxxxxxxx https://www.redhat.com/mailman/listinfo/crash-utility
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