System crashes while trying to remove the scsi device

Solution Verified - Updated -


  • System crashes while trying to remove the scsi device
    • backtrace of the panic task shows
  crash> bt
  PID: 463    TASK: ffff8d4a07989ec0  CPU: 10  COMMAND: "kworker/10:1"
   #0 [ffffa7044a0538a0] machine_kexec at ffffffffa5e635ce
   #1 [ffffa7044a0538f8] __crash_kexec at ffffffffa5f9d6bd
   #2 [ffffa7044a0539c0] crash_kexec at ffffffffa5f9e5ad
   #3 [ffffa7044a0539d8] oops_end at ffffffffa5e2613d
   #4 [ffffa7044a0539f8] do_trap at ffffffffa5e228c3
   #5 [ffffa7044a053a40] do_invalid_op at ffffffffa5e23256
   #6 [ffffa7044a053a60] invalid_op at ffffffffa6800d64
      [exception RIP: __slab_free+395]
      RIP: ffffffffa60fa8bb  RSP: ffffa7044a053b10  RFLAGS: 00010246
      RAX: ffff8d3b7107a700  RBX: ffff8d3b7107a600  RCX: ffff8d3b7107a600
      RDX: 000000008020001f  RSI: ffffca5546c41e00  RDI: ffff8d3ac0005180
      RBP: ffffa7044a053bb0   R8: 0000000000000001   R9: ffffffffa6452199
      R10: ffff8d3b7107a600  R11: 0000000000000001  R12: ffffca5546c41e00
      R13: ffff8d3b7107a600  R14: ffff8d4a0adfd000  R15: ffff8d3ac0005180
      ORIG_RAX: ffffffffffffffff  CS: 0010  SS: 0018
   #7 [ffffa7044a053bb8] __scsi_remove_device at ffffffffa6452199
   #8 [ffffa7044a053bd8] scsi_remove_device at ffffffffa6452281
   #9 [ffffa7044a053bf0] scsi_remove_target at ffffffffa6452483
  #10 [ffffa7044a053c38] sas_rphy_remove at ffffffffc04d1af2 [scsi_transport_sas]
  #11 [ffffa7044a053c48] sas_port_delete at ffffffffc04d40aa [scsi_transport_sas]
  #12 [ffffa7044a053c88] pqi_free_sas_port at ffffffffc05dab6a [smartpqi]
  #13 [ffffa7044a053ca8] pqi_remove_sas_device at ffffffffc05db3dd [smartpqi]
  #14 [ffffa7044a053cb8] pqi_update_device_list at ffffffffc05d3c3a [smartpqi]
  #15 [ffffa7044a053d98] pqi_update_scsi_devices at ffffffffc05d75fb [smartpqi]
  #16 [ffffa7044a053e68] pqi_scan_scsi_devices at ffffffffc05d7b8b [smartpqi]
  #17 [ffffa7044a053e98] process_one_work at ffffffffa5f08777
  #18 [ffffa7044a053ed8] worker_thread at ffffffffa5f08e40
  #19 [ffffa7044a053f10] kthread at ffffffffa5f0e906
  #20 [ffffa7044a053f50] ret_from_fork at ffffffffa680023f


  • Red Hat Enterprise Linux 8.5

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