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SubjectRe: Bug 215734 - shared object loaded very low in memory ARM 32bit with kernel 5.17.0
On Sat, 9 Apr 2022 13:52:17 +0200 Thorsten Leemhuis <> wrote:

> Hi, this is your Linux kernel regression tracker. Top-posting for once,
> to make this easily accessible to everyone.
> Hey, what's up here? Was this regressions fixed already?

I didn't know about these post-Mike regressions.

> H.J. Lu: reminder, this is caused by a patch of yours. One that causes
> two regressions I track, and it seem neither is getting addressed with
> the appropriate urgency. FWIW, the other regression can can be found here:
> Mike, if you have a minute: '925346c129da' ("fs/binfmt_elf: fix PT_LOAD
> p_align values for loaders") in 'next' contains a 'Fixes:' tag for the
> culprit of this regression, but I assume it fixes a different issue?

I'm assuming Mike's fix was indeed targeted at these regressions and
presumably only partly fixed them.

Thanks. I have queued reverts for both Mike's fix (925346c129da117)
and for the original patch (9630f0d60fec5fb). Both reversions have

I'll hold onto these reversions for a week or so before sending them
upstream, if they are still needed.

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