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From f9153e342e7b04acc8c76ff7d086124d9909aef3 Mon Sep 17 00:00:00 2001
From: Mike Marshall <hubcap@omnibond.com>
Date: Wed, 8 Apr 2020 08:52:40 -0400
Subject: [PATCH] orangefs: get rid of knob code...
commit ec95f1dedc9c64ac5a8b0bdb7c276936c70fdedd upstream.
Christoph Hellwig sent in a reversion of "orangefs: remember count
when reading." because:
->read_iter calls can race with each other and one or
more ->flush calls. Remove the the scheme to store the read
count in the file private data as is is completely racy and
can cause use after free or double free conditions
Christoph's reversion caused Orangefs not to work or to compile. I
added a patch that fixed that, but intel's kbuild test robot pointed
out that sending Christoph's patch followed by my patch upstream, it
would break bisection because of the failure to compile. So I have
combined the reversion plus my patch... here's the commit message
that was in my patch:
Logically, optimal Orangefs "pages" are 4 megabytes. Reading
large Orangefs files 4096 bytes at a time is like trying to
kick a dead whale down the beach. Before Christoph's "Revert
orangefs: remember count when reading." I tried to give users
a knob whereby they could, for example, use "count" in
read(2) or bs with dd(1) to get whatever they considered an
appropriate amount of bytes at a time from Orangefs and fill
as many page cache pages as they could at once.
Without the racy code that Christoph reverted Orangefs won't
even compile, much less work. So this replaces the logic that
used the private file data that Christoph reverted with
a static number of bytes to read from Orangefs.
I ran tests like the following to determine what a
reasonable static number of bytes might be:
dd if=/pvfsmnt/asdf of=/dev/null count=128 bs=4194304
dd if=/pvfsmnt/asdf of=/dev/null count=256 bs=2097152
dd if=/pvfsmnt/asdf of=/dev/null count=512 bs=1048576
.
.
.
dd if=/pvfsmnt/asdf of=/dev/null count=4194304 bs=128
Reads seem faster using the static number, so my "knob code"
wasn't just racy, it wasn't even a good idea...
Signed-off-by: Mike Marshall <hubcap@omnibond.com>
Reported-by: kbuild test robot <lkp@intel.com>
Signed-off-by: Paul Gortmaker <paul.gortmaker@windriver.com>
diff --git a/fs/orangefs/file.c b/fs/orangefs/file.c
index a35c17017210..59ec1cb0e158 100644
--- a/fs/orangefs/file.c
+++ b/fs/orangefs/file.c
@@ -313,23 +313,8 @@ static ssize_t orangefs_file_read_iter(struct kiocb *iocb,
struct iov_iter *iter)
{
int ret;
- struct orangefs_read_options *ro;
-
orangefs_stats.reads++;
- /*
- * Remember how they set "count" in read(2) or pread(2) or whatever -
- * users can use count as a knob to control orangefs io size and later
- * we can try to help them fill as many pages as possible in readpage.
- */
- if (!iocb->ki_filp->private_data) {
- iocb->ki_filp->private_data = kmalloc(sizeof *ro, GFP_KERNEL);
- if (!iocb->ki_filp->private_data)
- return(ENOMEM);
- ro = iocb->ki_filp->private_data;
- ro->blksiz = iter->count;
- }
-
down_read(&file_inode(iocb->ki_filp)->i_rwsem);
ret = orangefs_revalidate_mapping(file_inode(iocb->ki_filp));
if (ret)
@@ -598,12 +583,6 @@ static int orangefs_lock(struct file *filp, int cmd, struct file_lock *fl)
return rc;
}
-static int orangefs_file_open(struct inode * inode, struct file *file)
-{
- file->private_data = NULL;
- return generic_file_open(inode, file);
-}
-
static int orangefs_flush(struct file *file, fl_owner_t id)
{
/*
@@ -617,9 +596,6 @@ static int orangefs_flush(struct file *file, fl_owner_t id)
struct inode *inode = file->f_mapping->host;
int r;
- kfree(file->private_data);
- file->private_data = NULL;
-
if (inode->i_state & I_DIRTY_TIME) {
spin_lock(&inode->i_lock);
inode->i_state &= ~I_DIRTY_TIME;
@@ -642,7 +618,7 @@ const struct file_operations orangefs_file_operations = {
.lock = orangefs_lock,
.unlocked_ioctl = orangefs_ioctl,
.mmap = orangefs_file_mmap,
- .open = orangefs_file_open,
+ .open = generic_file_open,
.flush = orangefs_flush,
.release = orangefs_file_release,
.fsync = orangefs_fsync,
diff --git a/fs/orangefs/inode.c b/fs/orangefs/inode.c
index 0c337d8bdaab..c9b3e5ec8221 100644
--- a/fs/orangefs/inode.c
+++ b/fs/orangefs/inode.c
@@ -259,46 +259,19 @@ static int orangefs_readpage(struct file *file, struct page *page)
pgoff_t index; /* which page */
struct page *next_page;
char *kaddr;
- struct orangefs_read_options *ro = file->private_data;
loff_t read_size;
- loff_t roundedup;
int buffer_index = -1; /* orangefs shared memory slot */
int slot_index; /* index into slot */
int remaining;
/*
- * If they set some miniscule size for "count" in read(2)
- * (for example) then let's try to read a page, or the whole file
- * if it is smaller than a page. Once "count" goes over a page
- * then lets round up to the highest page size multiple that is
- * less than or equal to "count" and do that much orangefs IO and
- * try to fill as many pages as we can from it.
- *
- * "count" should be represented in ro->blksiz.
- *
- * inode->i_size = file size.
+ * Get up to this many bytes from Orangefs at a time and try
+ * to fill them into the page cache at once. Tests with dd made
+ * this seem like a reasonable static number, if there was
+ * interest perhaps this number could be made setable through
+ * sysfs...
*/
- if (ro) {
- if (ro->blksiz < PAGE_SIZE) {
- if (inode->i_size < PAGE_SIZE)
- read_size = inode->i_size;
- else
- read_size = PAGE_SIZE;
- } else {
- roundedup = ((PAGE_SIZE - 1) & ro->blksiz) ?
- ((ro->blksiz + PAGE_SIZE) & ~(PAGE_SIZE -1)) :
- ro->blksiz;
- if (roundedup > inode->i_size)
- read_size = inode->i_size;
- else
- read_size = roundedup;
-
- }
- } else {
- read_size = PAGE_SIZE;
- }
- if (!read_size)
- read_size = PAGE_SIZE;
+ read_size = 524288;
if (PageDirty(page))
orangefs_launder_page(page);
diff --git a/fs/orangefs/orangefs-kernel.h b/fs/orangefs/orangefs-kernel.h
index 572dd29fbd54..884cdf134f3e 100644
--- a/fs/orangefs/orangefs-kernel.h
+++ b/fs/orangefs/orangefs-kernel.h
@@ -239,10 +239,6 @@ struct orangefs_write_range {
kgid_t gid;
};
-struct orangefs_read_options {
- ssize_t blksiz;
-};
-
extern struct orangefs_stats orangefs_stats;
/*
--
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