On Sun, 9 Oct 2016 08:21:21 -0700
Guenter Roeck <linux@xxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
some of my qemu tests for ppc64 started failing on mainline (and -next).
You can find a test log at
The scripts to run the test are available at
Bisect points to commit f9aa67142ef26 ("powerpc/64s: Consolidate Alignment 0x600
interrupt"). Bisect log is attached.
Since I don't have the means to run the code on a real system, I have no idea
if the problem is caused by qemu or by the code. It is interesting, though, that
only the 'mac99' tests are affected.
Please let me know if there is anything I can do to help tracking down the
Thanks for this. That patch just moves a small amount of code, so it's likely
that it's caused something to get placed out of range of its caller, or the
linker started generating a stub for some reason. I can't immediately see the
problem, but it could be specific to your exact toolchain.
Something that might help, would you be able to put the compiled vmlinux binaries
from before/after the bad patch somewhere I can grab them?