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SubjectRe: Linux 4.13: Reported regressions as of Sunday, 2017-08-06
On 8/6/17 9:59 AM, Thorsten Leemhuis wrote:
> Hi! Find below my second regression report for Linux 4.13. It lists 10
> regressions I'm currently aware of (albeit in one case it's not entirely
> clear yet if it's a regression in 4.13). One regression got fixed since
> last weeks report. You can also find the report at
> where I try to update it every now and then.
> As always: Are you aware of any other regressions? Then please let me
> know. For details see And please tell me if
> there is anything in the report that shouldn't be there.
> Ciao, Thorsten
> P.S.: Thx to all those that CCed me on regression reports or provided
> other input, it makes compiling these reports a whole lot easier!
> == Current regressions ==
> [x86/mm/gup] e585513b76: will-it-scale.per_thread_ops -6.9% regression
> (2017-07-10)
> Status: Asked on the list, but issue still gets ignored by everyone
> Cause:
> Note: I'm a bit unsure if adding this issue to this list was a good idea.
> Null dereference in rt5677_i2c_probe() (2017-07-17)
> Linux-Regression-ID: lr#96bd63
> Status: Patch is available in in asoc-next as commit ddc9e69b9dc2, but
> was not part of the changes to this subsystem that got merged a few days ago
> Cause:
> Latest: (2017-07-17)
> [I945GM] Pasted text not shown after mouse middle-click (2017-07-17)
> Linux-Regression-ID: lr#d672f3
> Status: could not get reproduced yet
> Note: looks like it's getting ignored
> Latest: (2017-07-17)
> [Dell xps13 9630] Could not be woken up from suspend-to-idle via usb
> keyboard (2017-07-24)
> Linux-Regression-ID: lr#bd29ab
> Status: it's a tracking bug, looks like issue is handled by Intel devs
> already
> Cause:
> Note: suspend-to-idle is rare
> [lkp-robot] [Btrfs] 28785f70ef: (2017-07-26)
> Linux-Regression-ID: lr#a7d273
> Status: Seems it gets ignored by everyone
> Cause:

We're not ignoring it. It's that this part of allocation seems to be a
collection of bugs that approximate a correct result, and we're
addressing them individually. This patch by itself is correct but
uncovered a couple of underlying issues.


Jeff Mahoney

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