Re: Linux 4.4-rc1
From: Guenter Roeck
Date: Mon Nov 16 2015 - 00:28:07 EST
On Sun, Nov 15, 2015 at 05:24:37PM -0800, Linus Torvalds wrote:
> So it's Sunday, two weeks has passed, and so 4.4-rc1 is out there and
> the merge window is closed.
> As usual, the full shortlog is much too big to post, so appended is
> the usual shortlog of just my merges, which just shows who I did pulls
> from, with a very short comment on each merge.
> Just looking at the patch itself, things look fairly normal at a high
> level, possibly a bit more driver-heavy than usual with about 75% of
> the patch being drivers, and 10% being architecture updates. The
> remaining 15% is documentation, filesystem, core networking (as
> opposed to network drivers), tooling and some core infrastructure.
> The driver changes are all over, although staging, networking and GPU
> drivers stand out (and those three areas account for over half of the
> driver changes - roughly 40% of the whole patch).
> On the architecture side, ARM (when counting both 32-bit and 64-bit)
> accounts for about half the changes, with x86, powerpc, mips, chris
> and s390 accounting for the other half.
> Go out and test.
total: 144 pass: 143 fail: 1
Qemu test results:
total: 95 pass: 94 fail: 1
cris:allnoconfig fails to build because of section mismatches, which is now
fatal with allnoconfig builds (since 47490ec141b9, "modpost: Add flag -E for
making section mismatches fatal"). Proposed patches to fix the problems are
available at  and . Other allnoconfig builds (untested by me) probably
fail as well, though.
The cris:crisv32_defconfig qemu test crashes because of interference between
commit 7d8c70d8048c ("serial: mctrl-gpio: rename init function") and commit
7b9c5162c182 ("serial: etraxfs-uart: use mctrl_gpio helpers for handling
modem signals"). A proposed patch is available at .
Further details are available at http://server.roeck-us.net:8010/builders.
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