[PATCH 00/12]

From: John Stultz
Date: Fri Nov 21 2014 - 14:44:38 EST

Hey Thomas, All,

Just wanted to submit a handful of changes for 3.19

* udelay_test/test_udelay consistent file naming
* Time / ntp edge-case fixes from Xunlei
* y2038-safe internal interfaces from Xunlei and me
* Celanup suspend/resume timing y2038 issues
* Remove y2038 unsafe inject_sleeptime inteface

Just as an FYI, I'm trying out signing this tag with
a new subkey on my yubikey. Hopefully haven't mucked
it up.

If there's no objections, you can grab this via the
pull-request below.


Cc: Thomas Gleixner <tglx@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Cc: Ingo Molnar <mingo@xxxxxxx>
Cc: Arnd Bergmann <arnd.bergmann@xxxxxxxxxx>
Cc: pang.xunlei <pang.xunlei@xxxxxxxxxx>
Cc: Miroslav Lichvar <mlichvar@xxxxxxxxxx>
Cc: Richard Cochran <richardcochran@xxxxxxxxx>
Cc: Prarit Bhargava <prarit@xxxxxxxxxx>
Cc: Alessandro Zummo <a.zummo@xxxxxxxxxxxx>

The following changes since commit cac7f2429872d3733dc3f9915857b1691da2eb2f:

Linux 3.18-rc2 (2014-10-26 16:48:41 -0700)

are available in the git repository at:

https://git.linaro.org/people/john.stultz/linux.git tags/fortglx-3.19-time

for you to fetch changes up to b6adbbd9a2171aa4764ea8a56c4c1a5f63f2cca6:

Merge commit '039348d8c131329742e80e37122f11d230fd270b' into fortglx/3.19/time (2014-11-20 21:37:59 -0800)

John Stultz (6):
time: Rename udelay_test.c to test_udelay.c
time: Expose getrawmonotonic64 for in-kernel uses
time: Expose get_monotonic_corase64() for in-kernel uses
time: Fixup comments to reflect usage of timespec64
rtc: Update suspend/resume timing to use 64bit time
time: Remove timekeeping_inject_sleeptime()

pang.xunlei (6):
time: Avoid possible NTP adjustment mult overflow.
time: Complete NTP adjustment threshold judging conditions
time: Provide y2038 safe do_settimeofday() replacement
time: Provide y2038 safe timekeeping_inject_sleeptime() replacement
time: Provide y2038 safe mktime() replacement
rtc/lib: Provide y2038 safe rtc_tm_to_time()/rtc_time_to_tm()

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