Linux 2.4.19-pre10-ac1

Linux 2.4.19-pre10-ac1

Post by Alan Co » Thu, 06 Jun 2002 09:10:06



[+ indicates stuff that went to Marcelo, o stuff that has not,
 * indicates stuff that is merged in mainstream now, X stuff that proved
   bad and was dropped out]

Linux 2.4.19pre10-ac1
o       Merge with Linux 2.4.19-pre10

Linux 2.4.19pre9-ac3
o       Cpufreq updates                 (Dominik Brodowski, Dave Jones0
        | Now includes some reverse engineered speedstep support
o       JFS updates                     (David Kleikamp, Christoph Hellwig)
o       CPiA updates/Intel microscope support           (Duncan Haldane)
o       Fix vm86 locking errors on SMP                  (Ben LaHaise)
o       Remove dead vm86mode field                      (Ben LaHaise)
o       Fix make clean for cl2llc                       (Keith Owens)
o       Fix loop errors with highmem                    (Ben LaHaise)
*       Fix ipc/sem.c SuS/LSB compliance                (Christopher Yeoh)
o       Update swsuspend maintainer info                (Pavel Machek)
o       Add another drive quirk for the promise         (Hank Yang)
        drivers
o       Merge external journal support for jfs          (David Kleikamp)
o       Add documentation about O(1) scheduler          (Robert Love)
o       O(1) scheduler tidy ups                         (Robert Love)
o       Fix remaining extern inline users               (Christoph Hellwig)
o       Cache alignment cleanups for SMP apic timers    (Ravikiran Thirumalai)
o       Ext3 file system updates                        (Stephen Tweedie)
o       Fix 'dump corrupts live fs bug'                 (Stephen Tweedie)
o       Add DAC960 devices to init table                (Oliver Pitzeier)
        | Lilo doesn't care but grub does ..

Linux 2.4.19pre9-ac2
o       Clean up after SIGURG properly                  (David Weinehall)
        | Needed to match the other SuS compliance fix for it
+       Fixed wrong elf section in neofb                (Thomas Mirlacher,
                                                         Andrey Panin)
o       Don't write to reserved bits on 815 gart        (Nicolas Aspert)
o       Make fcntl locking POSIX 2001 compliant         (Andries Brouwer)
+       Fix an mmap corner case                         (Ral)
o       Merge 3c59x vlan support                        (Paul Komkoff)
+       Update URLS for LDP documentation               (John Kacur)
o       Fix rmem setting for low memory                 (J A Magallon)
o       Reparent scsi error thread to init              (J A Magallon)
o       Backport FPU init fixes                         (J A Magallon)
+       Fix AGPgart crash on I830M/I845G when using
        8Mb/8Mb split                                   (Jeff Hartmann)
*       Fix phy masking on 8139too                      (Jeff Garzik)
*       Fix link state reporting on generic phy code    (Jeff Garzik)
*       Tulip phy handling fix                          (Jeff Garzik)
*       Update 8139too docs                             (Jeff Garzik)
*       cs89x0 update                                   (Jeff Garzik)
*       VIA rhine fixes                                 (Jeff Garzik)
+       Hamachi quick fixup for 2.4.19                  (Keith Underwood)
o       Revert escaped procfs debug code                (Todd Eigenschink)
*       Merge the 2.5 additions to ethtool              (Jeff Garzik)
*       Update dl2k driver                              (Jeff Garzik)
*       Fix kernel api docs to reflect fb changes       (Juan Quintela)
*       Fix problems with pcnet32 workaround for x250   (Go Taniguchi)
*       De4x5 cleanups                                  (Jeff Garzik)

Linux 2.4.19pre9-ac1
o       Merge with 2.4.19pre9
o       Fix SuS violation on readv/writev               (me)
        | I believe this one is correct, please double check

Linux 2.4.19pre8-ac5
*       Fix various audio copy*user                     (Rusty Russell)
o       Update to rmap 13               (Rik van Riel, Christoph Hellwig)
*       Fix joystick copy_user bugs                     (Robert Johnson)
*       Document the i2o_pci module                     (me)
*       Switch i2o_block back to direct pointers        (me)
        to avoid promise firmware bugs
*       Remove cache error paths from i2o_block         (me)
        | new code doesnt trip that bug
*       Reduce the i2o queue depth per device           (me)
        | pending tuning - might need more yet
*       Set i2o default limit at 48K a write            (me)
        | more firmware bug stuff
*       Clean up i2o cache strategy, add tuning ioctl   (me)
*       Allow users to force dpt cards to use base i2o  (me)
        | tested i2o_block on DPT with my cards
*       Remove duplicate ac97_codec inclusion           (Keith Owens)
o       Tidy up patch for swsuspend                     (Pavel Machek)
+       Fix wrong __init in 3c509                       (Kasper Dupont)
o       Fix mm/bootmem.c build on cris                  (Johan Adolfsson)
*       Remove config tools for 8253x from kernel tree  (Keith Owens)
*       Rename files in aacraid ready for merge         (me)
        of updates
*       Merge bridge specific changes in aac code       (Deanna Bonds)
*       Merge most of the fixups/cleanups for aacraid   (Deanna Bonds)
o       Set PCI masks for the 64 and 32bit aacraids     (me)
*       Don't program up the ali secondary codec for    (me)
        6 channel if you don't have one fitted
*       Block layer copy*user fixups            (Arnaldo Carvalho de Melo)
*       Fix missing intermezzo include          (Marc-Christian Petersen)
o       Slab cache for iobufs           (Andrea Arcangeli, Chuck Lever,
                                                Christoph Hellwig)
*       Fix intermezzo copy*user                (Arnaldo Carvalho de Melo)
o       down_trylock                                    (Christoph Hellwig)
*       Fix video compile for split module              (Michal Jaegermann)
        and compiled in
o       Kill 3c59x debug bits                           (Andrew Morton)
*       Char fixes for copy*user                (Arnaldo Carvalho de Melo)
*       Fix a few errors in the janitor copy* fixes     (me)

Linux 2.4.19pre8-ac4
o       Fix warnings in pc_keyb.c                       (Christoph Hellwig)
*       Fix undefined C in rivafb                       (Christoph Hellwig)
*       Fix dnotify warnings                            (Christoph Hellwig)
o       Remove unused nfs label                         (Christoph Hellwig)
o       Fix vm_validate_enough prototypes               (Christoph Hellwig)
*       Fix wrong comment in agpgart                    (Nicolas Aspert)
*       JFFS2 fixes                                     (David Woodhouse)
o       Hopefully fix zisofs breakage                   (David Woodhouse)
*       Remove a defunct soc_probe call                 (Christoph Hellwig)
o       Update initrd documentation                     (Mark Post)
o       Fix SMP build                                   (Robert Love)
o       Numa-Q apic timer update                        (Martin Bligh)

Linux 2.4.19pre8-ac3
o       Kbuild fixes                                    (Keith Owens)
o       Fix eepro100 bug/typo                           (Michael Rozhavsky)
*       Intel 845G GART support                         (Graeme Fisher)
*       Fix tasklet disable/kill in pppoatm             (Luca Barbier)
*       Add another PCI ident to the acenic driver      (Eric Smith)
o       Major IDE updates                               (Andre Hedrick)

Linux 2.4.19pre8-ac2
*       Fix more compile problems                       (me)
*       Fix a possible hang on shutdown in 3270 tty     (Martin Schwidefsky)
*       Make "make rpm" sane for non x86              (Cesar Cardoso)
*       Two new AC97 codec entries                      (Lei Hu)
*       Thread exit race fix                            (Dave McCracken)
*       Further sg buffer clearing fix                  (Douglas Gilbert)
*       Fix do_mounts printk                            (Al Viro)
*       Umembp fixups                                   (Neil Brown)
*       Umembp shift bug fixup                          (me)
o       Kbuild fixes and improvements                   (Keith Owens)
*       Add a new tulip clone pci ident entry           (Ohta Kyuma)
*       Fix url on via pci fixups                       (Erich Schubert)
*       koi8-ru handling fixes                          (Petr Vandrovec)
o       Clean up remaining code to use yield            (Robert Love)
o       Clean up migration_init as per 2.5              (Erich Focht)
o       Clean up maximum real time priorities           (Robert Love)
*       Kill unused variable in bpck6                   (Adrian Bunk)
*       Fix dnotify/process exit handling               (Stephen Rothwell)
*       Add another vaio bios to the table              (Yves Lafon)
*       Allow users to disable hyperthreading           (Hugh Dickins)

Linux 2.4.19pre8-ac1
o       Merge with Linux 2.4.19pre8
        -       Fix some compile problems

Linux 2.4.19pre7-ac4
*       Test AMD768 IRQ router support                  (me)
o       Fix ext2 build error
o       Improve i810 audio documentation                (Johannes Feigl)
o       Ensure UTS data is in C locale                  (Martin Dalecki)
*       Add the Intel ICH4 to the i810 audio driver     (Wang Jun)
*       Fix qlogicfc crash under load                   (Dave Miller)
*       Fix snprintf return values in some cases        (Ben LaHaise)
*       Fix a bug that got into the iph5526 code when   (Vineet Abraham)
        networking
*       Add more scanners that respond to all LUNs      (Frank Zago)
+       Synclink PCMCIA wan driver                      (Paul Fulghum)
o       Fix sparc64/ppc64 bluetooth ioctl build         (Martin Eriksson)
*       Change 5/6bit codec resolution detect for       (Wan Tat Chee)
        AC97
o       Fix v4l compile bug in one option case          (Iain Stevenson)
o       Clean up powernow initcalls                     ("CaT")
o       Add PIO mode support for the Pacific Digital    (Mark Lord)
        ADMA-100i card

Linux 2.4.19pre7-ac3
o       Back merge some documentation fixes             (Daniel Dickman)
*       Update sisfb driver                             (Thomas Winischhofer)
o       Remove sync wakeups now O(1) handles it         (Robert Love)
o       Abstract away need_resched                      (Robert Love)
o       Fix scheduler deadlock during switch_mm         (Dave Miller)
        on sparc etc
o       Optimise sched_yield                            (Robert Love)
o       Handle tasks becoming runnable during           (Robert Love)
        schedule
o       Clean up assumptions about MAX_RT_PRIO          (Robert Love)
o       Backport of migration fixes/irq off             (Robert Love
        fixes and migration_init                         William Irwin)
o       Cleanups from 2.5->2.4 O(1) backport         (Robert Love)
        | The entire O(1) block above is a backport
        | of all the fixes from Ingo, Robert and others
o       Swsuspend fix crash on boot add cleanups        (Pavel Machek)
*       Scsi generic buffer tidy up                     (Douglas Gilbert)
*       Correct kd.h definitions                        (Andrej Lajovic)
o       Fix missing include for swsuspend               (Mauricio Zambrano)
o       Configure.help typo fixes               (Arnaldo Carvalho de Melo)
o       Identify PIV Xeon in mptable                    (James Bourne)
o       Fix "skip_ioapc_setup" compile problem        (Mikael Pettersson)
o       Additional ext2/ext3 sanity checker             (Andreas Dilger)
*       Handle very old misconfigured
        NCR53c810 on DECpc XL etc                       (Graham Cobb)
o       Core of support for jfs external log            (Christoph Hellwig,
                                                         Dave Kleikamp)
o       Clean up jfs_mknod a little                     (Christoph Hellwig)
o       Sync up 2.4/2.5 jfs changes                     (Christoph Hellwig)
*       PPC compile fixes                               (Paul Mackerras)
o       Next stage of vm86 fixing                       (Kasper Dupont)
o       Clean up drivers to use vmalloc_to_page         (Hugh Dickins)
*       Fix missing release in opl3sa2                  (Zwane Mwaikambo)
o       Fix flag type error in rtl8150                  (Rusty Russell)
*       Fix various missing CONFIG_PCI checks           (me)

Linux 2.4.19pre7-ac2
*       Limit default i2o_block to 64K writes           (me)
        | Several controllers can't handle larger single requests
*       Add power management control to i2o_block       (me)
X       Use chained sg list for i2o_block               (me)
        | Need to load first 8 entries into message for performance still
*       Updated i2o documentation                       (me)
*       Fix make xconfig
*       Fix bios reboot sequence                        (Robert Hentosh)
o       Kees Cook changed email address                 (Kees Cook)
*       Fix a minor SuSv3 violation in SIGURG           (Christopher Yeoh)
o       Make htmldocs fixups            
...

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Linux 2.4.19-pre10-ac1

Post by DevilKi » Thu, 06 Jun 2002 22:10:08



Quote:> [+ indicates stuff that went to Marcelo, o stuff that has not,
>  * indicates stuff that is merged in mainstream now, X stuff that proved
>    bad and was dropped out]

> Linux 2.4.19pre10-ac1
> o  Merge with Linux 2.4.19-pre10

> Linux 2.4.19pre9-ac3
> o  Cpufreq updates                 (Dominik Brodowski, Dave Jones0

>    | Now includes some reverse engineered speedstep support

Currently i get 'your processor is not supported' when activating this
speedstep stuff. Can I in any way help supplying values or smthing for this?
Or test code?


Thanks!

DK

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Linux 2.4.19-pre10-ac1

Post by DevilKi » Thu, 06 Jun 2002 22:30:11




> > [+ indicates stuff that went to Marcelo, o stuff that has not,
> >  * indicates stuff that is merged in mainstream now, X stuff that proved
> >    bad and was dropped out]

> > Linux 2.4.19pre10-ac1
> > o     Merge with Linux 2.4.19-pre10

> > Linux 2.4.19pre9-ac3
> > o     Cpufreq updates                 (Dominik Brodowski, Dave Jones0

> >       | Now includes some reverse engineered speedstep support

> Currently i get 'your processor is not supported' when activating this
> speedstep stuff. Can I in any way help supplying values or smthing for
> this? Or test code?



Nevermind - I looked at Intel's site and it seems that only P3 and higher
support speedstep.

(/me thwaps himself)

DK
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1. 2.4.19-pre10-ac1: Hardcoded cpu_khz in powernow-k6.c

Hi Dave,

while reading through powernow-k6.c in 2.4.19-pre10-ac1 I found the
following that seems to be a bug:

  static unsigned long cpu_khz=350000;

Not every K6-2/3 runs at 350 MHz...

cu
Adrian

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