job: take each job's lock individually in job_txn_apply

All callers of job_txn_apply hold a single job's lock, but different
jobs within a transaction can have different contexts, thus we need to
lock each one individually before applying the callback function.

Similar to job_completed_txn_abort this also requires releasing the
caller's context before and reacquiring it after to avoid recursive
locks which might break AIO_WAIT_WHILE in the callback. This is safe, since
existing code would already have to take this into account, lest
job_completed_txn_abort might have broken.

This also brings to light a different issue: When a callback function in
job_txn_apply moves it's job to a different AIO context, callers will
try to release the wrong lock (now that we re-acquire the lock
correctly, previously it would just continue with the old lock, leaving
the job unlocked for the rest of the return path). Fix this by not caching
the job's context.

This is only necessary for qmp_block_job_finalize, qmp_job_finalize and
job_exit, since everyone else calls through job_exit.

One test needed adapting, since it calls job_finalize directly, so it
manually needs to acquire the correct context.

Signed-off-by: Stefan Reiter <>
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Signed-off-by: Kevin Wolf <>
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