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Ubuntu: (Multiple Advisories) (CVE-2024-26698): Linux kernel vulnerabilities

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Ubuntu: (Multiple Advisories) (CVE-2024-26698): Linux kernel vulnerabilities

Severity
4
CVSS
(AV:L/AC:M/Au:N/C:P/I:P/A:P)
Published
04/03/2024
Created
05/18/2024
Added
05/17/2024
Modified
06/06/2024

Description

In the Linux kernel, the following vulnerability has been resolved: hv_netvsc: Fix race condition between netvsc_probe and netvsc_remove In commit ac5047671758 ("hv_netvsc: Disable NAPI before closing the VMBus channel"), napi_disable was getting called for all channels, including all subchannels without confirming if they are enabled or not. This caused hv_netvsc getting hung at napi_disable, when netvsc_probe() has finished running but nvdev->subchan_work has not started yet. netvsc_subchan_work() -> rndis_set_subchannel() has not created the sub-channels and because of that netvsc_sc_open() is not running. netvsc_remove() calls cancel_work_sync(&nvdev->subchan_work), for which netvsc_subchan_work did not run. netif_napi_add() sets the bit NAPI_STATE_SCHED because it ensures NAPI cannot be scheduled. Then netvsc_sc_open() -> napi_enable will clear the NAPIF_STATE_SCHED bit, so it can be scheduled. napi_disable() does the opposite. Now during netvsc_device_remove(), when napi_disable is called for those subchannels, napi_disable gets stuck on infinite msleep. This fix addresses this problem by ensuring that napi_disable() is not getting called for non-enabled NAPI struct. But netif_napi_del() is still necessary for these non-enabled NAPI struct for cleanup purpose. Call trace: [ 654.559417] task:modprobe state:D stack: 0 pid: 2321 ppid: 1091 flags:0x00004002 [ 654.568030] Call Trace: [ 654.571221] <TASK> [ 654.573790] __schedule+0x2d6/0x960 [ 654.577733] schedule+0x69/0xf0 [ 654.581214] schedule_timeout+0x87/0x140 [ 654.585463] ? __bpf_trace_tick_stop+0x20/0x20 [ 654.590291] msleep+0x2d/0x40 [ 654.593625] napi_disable+0x2b/0x80 [ 654.597437] netvsc_device_remove+0x8a/0x1f0 [hv_netvsc] [ 654.603935] rndis_filter_device_remove+0x194/0x1c0 [hv_netvsc] [ 654.611101] ? do_wait_intr+0xb0/0xb0 [ 654.615753] netvsc_remove+0x7c/0x120 [hv_netvsc] [ 654.621675] vmbus_remove+0x27/0x40 [hv_vmbus]

Solution(s)

  • ubuntu-upgrade-linux-image-5-15-0-1044-gkeop
  • ubuntu-upgrade-linux-image-5-15-0-1054-ibm
  • ubuntu-upgrade-linux-image-5-15-0-1054-nvidia
  • ubuntu-upgrade-linux-image-5-15-0-1054-nvidia-lowlatency
  • ubuntu-upgrade-linux-image-5-15-0-1054-raspi
  • ubuntu-upgrade-linux-image-5-15-0-1057-intel-iotg
  • ubuntu-upgrade-linux-image-5-15-0-1058-gke
  • ubuntu-upgrade-linux-image-5-15-0-1058-kvm
  • ubuntu-upgrade-linux-image-5-15-0-1059-gcp
  • ubuntu-upgrade-linux-image-5-15-0-1059-oracle
  • ubuntu-upgrade-linux-image-5-15-0-106-generic
  • ubuntu-upgrade-linux-image-5-15-0-106-generic-64k
  • ubuntu-upgrade-linux-image-5-15-0-106-generic-lpae
  • ubuntu-upgrade-linux-image-5-15-0-106-lowlatency
  • ubuntu-upgrade-linux-image-5-15-0-106-lowlatency-64k
  • ubuntu-upgrade-linux-image-5-15-0-1061-aws
  • ubuntu-upgrade-linux-image-5-15-0-1063-azure
  • ubuntu-upgrade-linux-image-5-15-0-1063-azure-fde
  • ubuntu-upgrade-linux-image-aws
  • ubuntu-upgrade-linux-image-aws-lts-22-04
  • ubuntu-upgrade-linux-image-azure
  • ubuntu-upgrade-linux-image-azure-cvm
  • ubuntu-upgrade-linux-image-azure-fde
  • ubuntu-upgrade-linux-image-azure-fde-lts-22-04
  • ubuntu-upgrade-linux-image-azure-lts-22-04
  • ubuntu-upgrade-linux-image-gcp
  • ubuntu-upgrade-linux-image-gcp-lts-22-04
  • ubuntu-upgrade-linux-image-generic
  • ubuntu-upgrade-linux-image-generic-64k
  • ubuntu-upgrade-linux-image-generic-64k-hwe-20-04
  • ubuntu-upgrade-linux-image-generic-hwe-20-04
  • ubuntu-upgrade-linux-image-generic-lpae
  • ubuntu-upgrade-linux-image-generic-lpae-hwe-20-04
  • ubuntu-upgrade-linux-image-gke
  • ubuntu-upgrade-linux-image-gke-5-15
  • ubuntu-upgrade-linux-image-gkeop
  • ubuntu-upgrade-linux-image-gkeop-5-15
  • ubuntu-upgrade-linux-image-ibm
  • ubuntu-upgrade-linux-image-intel-iotg
  • ubuntu-upgrade-linux-image-kvm
  • ubuntu-upgrade-linux-image-lowlatency
  • ubuntu-upgrade-linux-image-lowlatency-64k
  • ubuntu-upgrade-linux-image-lowlatency-64k-hwe-20-04
  • ubuntu-upgrade-linux-image-lowlatency-hwe-20-04
  • ubuntu-upgrade-linux-image-nvidia
  • ubuntu-upgrade-linux-image-nvidia-lowlatency
  • ubuntu-upgrade-linux-image-oem-20-04
  • ubuntu-upgrade-linux-image-oem-20-04b
  • ubuntu-upgrade-linux-image-oem-20-04c
  • ubuntu-upgrade-linux-image-oem-20-04d
  • ubuntu-upgrade-linux-image-oracle
  • ubuntu-upgrade-linux-image-oracle-lts-22-04
  • ubuntu-upgrade-linux-image-raspi
  • ubuntu-upgrade-linux-image-raspi-nolpae
  • ubuntu-upgrade-linux-image-virtual
  • ubuntu-upgrade-linux-image-virtual-hwe-20-04

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