Yeah. Maybe we fixed truncate, and maybe we didn't. I've thought that we
fixed it now several times, and I was always wrong. Time for some reverse
I'm sure this one doesn't fix the truncate bug either.
But I have this ugly feeling that I'm coming down with the same flu that
everybody else in my family had the last week, so I'd better release this
before I start puking on my keyboard.
---- test8: - pre1 - Oops. Moved back stallion.c to drivers/char. It's not a TV driver. Never has been, and I don't see it ever really becoming one ;) - mca.c: outp_b() should be outb_p(). Obviously nobody actually _uses_ the MCA bus any more ;) - umsdos should be ok again after the page_address() type-changes. - re-enable asynchronous read-ahead code. - Sun ESP driver update - netfilter debug fixes - IPv6 needs to register before proto_init() - socket() error code fix (EAFNOSUPPORT instead of EINVAL) - potential TCP socket leak fix - don't self-deadlock on the kbd_controller_lock when probing for the mouse - CONFIG_SMB_NLS_REMOTE didn't work. Silly typo. - scheduler wakeup race condition could cause delayed scheduling on SMP.. - net/packet/af_packet.c: use the standard macros for marking page resevredness - ncpfs buffer-overflow fix - thread groups, take 1. - USB storage driver update - pre2 - The TCP socket leak patch _really_ went in this time. - get rid of more suser() checks in networking.. It's "capable(CAP_NET_ADMIN)". - sparc updates - alpha updates. Fast alpha xor for raid. AP1000 updates. - Wonders never cease. digiboard driver updates. Christoph Lameter is BAAACK! - SiS frame buffer driver updates. Can be used without a BIOS. - nfsd interface cleanup. - fix potential buffer overruns in get_partition_list. Remove limitation of one page. - floppy driver capability cleanups. Use "request_region()". - handle dcache flushing when there are shared user mappings that may be dirty. - get rid of the "xxxx_ret()" user access macros. They are more complex than just doing the return directly and they hide what's going on. - fix up broken BIOSes that don't give unique ID's to different APICs - make more of the drm drivers compile on other platforms and know about the signal blocking issues. - net/atm/mpoa_proc.c: user-space access thinko - pcmcia: David Hinds: merge updates from 3.1.20 - pcmcia: non-ISA machines really shouldn't use ISA interrupts ;) - ext2: truncate races and error code return fixes - true shared signals for pthreads.. - pre3: - ext2: final truncate piece - fix the innd problem. - use "sfence" for x86 memory barrier when available. - remove the thread-group signal code for now: no feedback. Leave the cleanups in place so that we can add it back in cleanly later, but remove the new features. - ARM update. - released for Al Viro to check the truncate thing - pre4: - truncate really fixed this time. Everybody agrees. - pre5: - truncate. Guess what? We threw away the key to the clue-box. - simplify signal notification. And remember the spinlock. - VIA ide driver update (well, rewrite - the old one was buggy and broken) - network driver fixes (not checking for oom etc) - USB serial driver SMP locking fixes - fix memory leak on failed USB configuration queries - USB initialization using proper "init()" calls. - dvd capacity bug fix and other cdrom driver cleanups - sis5513 IDE chipset update - do_fork() - add "stack-top" for ia64 (and potentially other architectures that may care) - devfs support for LVM - quota transfer miscount fix - x86 checksum/copy prefetch - NFS sillydelete fix - mark_buffer_dirty() doesn't actually use the second argument. Delete it. - SCSI communications device - no need to complain about it - SCSI WP test fix (all pages, not just the first one) - epic driver update - fix pcmcia "driver asserts interrupts when booting up" issues - pre6: - trunate - the never-ending story. Makes me feel like a long Kurosawa movie. But in this one the hero _will_ survive, or my name isn't Maxwell. - SCSI tape driver potential memory leak. - XMM FP handler bug fix: we really must not change the FP error mask on exceptions. People care.
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