Re: 3.3.0-rc5: OOps in dql_completed (Broadcom tg3 driver)

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Hi Christoph, Eric,

Looks like we're hitting BUG_ON(count > dql->num_queued -
dql->num_completed).  This is indicative of mis-accounting occurring
between netdev_sent_queue and netdev_completed_queue.  I don't
immediately see how this could happen here in the tg3_tso_bug path,
this is still using the same calls to transmit and complete as other
paths.  I suppose it's possible that skb_gso_segment is somehow
munging skb->len in segments.

I'll try to reproduce this.

> In case we hit BQL limit in one of the tg3_start_xmit() calls, we should
> 'abort' the following ones, dont you think ?

I'm not sure what you mean Eric.  It should be okay to exceed the BQL
limit up to the point that num_queued rolls over (probably should be a
BUG_ON for that).  This is a much greater number than could ever be
queued to tg3.

Thanks,
Tom

>
> Or maybe thats irrelevant, and only dql_queued() comment is wrong.
>
> Thanks
>
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