vm_page kernel panics when rsyncing or copying
I get kernel panics frequently. I've tried enabling autotune to no avail, and I've recently tried running the debug kernel to get better info.
They are almost all related to vm_page_xxxx
I did a full clean reinstall of 9.10 this afternoon, and I've had 3 panics already:
info.0: Panic String: vm_page_free: freeing busy page 0xfffff8080be06660
info.1: Panic String:
info.2: Panic String: vm_page_insert_after: page already inserted
info.last: Panic String: vm_page_insert_after: page already inserted
I've been able to trigger the panic by doing a rsync and also a cp -R on a ~260 GB of video files.
#3 Updated by Scott Finlon over 3 years ago
It's non-ECC, it's an Asus Maximus V Formula consumer grade mother board, which isn't ECC compatible.
The Ram is G.SKILL Ripjaws Z Series 32GB (4 x 8GB) 240-Pin DDR3 SDRAM DDR3 1600.
I've had this machine for 5 years with no problems. I had FreeNAS in a smaller system, and moved my drives and installed in this one.
Running memtest86+ now, no errors yet, but I did realize that I recently updated my BIOS and it reset my settings including my RAM timings. That may have been part of the issue.
I've put in the correct timings, and the RAM is running at 1600 MHz instead of 1333, I will let it run overnight and update the status tomorrow.
#6 Updated by Alexander Motin over 3 years ago
I don't see any relation between four crash dumps in debug data you provided. I tend to agree with Sean that it can be a bad RAM or incorrect RAM timings. I just want to add that sometimes memory test had to run for few days straight to detect transient glitches.