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    Subject2.5 Problem Status Report

    The most current version of this status report can be found at:

    * Several people have requested the discussion be linked to LKML
    archives. With this version I've switched from
    locally edited discussion threads to archived links.
    * Great progress has been made in forward porting IDE driver code
    from 2.4 to 2.5. Several people have tried 2.5.33
    without disaster. Updates continue to be added to the -ac kernels
    and the 2.5 bitkeeper kernels.
    * Floppy support appears to have been fixed in 2.5.33-bitkeeper. It
    has been tested, and the corruption previously
    seen has not been duplicated.
    * Support for __FUNCTION__ pasting is being phased out of gcc. This
    has broken compiling in numerous places. Defines
    of the form:
    #define func_enter() sx_dprintk (SX_DEBUG_FLOW, "sx: enter "
    __FUNCTION__ "\n")
    need to be changed to the form:
    #define func_enter() sx_dprintk (SX_DEBUG_FLOW, "sx: enter %s\n",

    2.5 Kernel Problem Reports as of 10 Sep
    Problem Title Status Discussion
    JFS oops open 06 Sep 2002
    qlogicisp oops no further discussion 2.5.33
    2.5.32 reboot oops no further discussion 2.5.33
    ext2 umount oops no further discussion 2.5.33
    DEBUG_SLAB oops no further discussion 2.5.33
    2.5.32-mm1 problems no further discussion 2.5.33
    soft suspend problem no further discussion 2.5.33
    PCI and/or starfire.c broken no further discussion 2.5.33
    __write_lock_failed() oops no further discussion 2.5.33
    invalidate_inode_pages open 10 Sep 2002
    Problem running on Athlons open 06 Sep 2002
    dequeue_signal panic 08 Sep 2002
    closed 09 Sep 2002
    mouse/keyboard flakiness open 09 Sep 2002
    process hang in do_IRQ open 09 Sep 2002
    do_syslog lockup open 09 Sep 2002
    BUG at kernel/sched.c open 10 Sep 2002

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