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SubjectRe: 2.5.73-mm3 vs. linux-2.5.74-mm1
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On Wed, 2003-07-09 at 19:11, Piet Delaney wrote:
> On Tue, 2003-07-01 at 20:38, Andrew Morton wrote:
>
> I was trying out 2.5.74 and got a compile problem with
> kernel/cpu/cpufreq/p4-clockmod.c and the 'current' macro.

Looks like:

53 static int cpufreq_p4_setdc(unsigned int cpu, unsigned int
newstate)
54 {
55 u32 l, h;
56 unsigned long cpus_allowed;
the decl for cpus_allowed should be cpumask_t and the array has to be
copied at places like:

66 /* switch to physical CPU where state is to be changed*/
67 cpus_allowed = current->cpus_allowed;
I'll try 2.5.74-mm3...

-piet


> ------------------------------------------------------------
> CC [M] arch/i386/kernel/cpu/cpufreq/p4-clockmod.o
> arch/i386/kernel/cpu/cpufreq/p4-clockmod.c: In function
> `cpufreq_p4_setdc':
> arch/i386/kernel/cpu/cpufreq/p4-clockmod.c:67: incompatible types in
> assignment
> arch/i386/kernel/cpu/cpufreq/p4-clockmod.c:78: incompatible type for
> argument 2 of `set_cpus_allowed'
> arch/i386/kernel/cpu/cpufreq/p4-clockmod.c:90: incompatible type for
> argument 2 of `set_cpus_allowed'
> arch/i386/kernel/cpu/cpufreq/p4-clockmod.c:131: incompatible type for
> argument 2 of `set_cpus_allowed'
> ----------------------------------------------------------------------------
> I thought maybe I pulled the 2.5.74-mm1 before it was ready for use.
>
> I'll go back to 2.5.73-mm3; just curious what I did wrong.
>
> -piet
>
> >
> > ftp://ftp.kernel.org/pub/linux/kernel/people/akpm/patches/2.5/2.5.73/2.5.73-mm3/
> >
> > . The ext2 "free inodes corrupted" problem which Martin saw should be
> > fixed.
> >
> > . The ext3 assertion failure which Maneesh hit should be fixed (I can't
> > reproduce this, please retest?)
> >
> > . A patch from Neil which will hopefully fix the RAID "bio too big" bug.
> > Neil cannot reproduce that, so we are asking anyone who _can_ make this
> > happen to test this out.
> >
> > . The weird behaviour with time-n-date on SpeedStep machines should be
> > fixed. Some of the weird behaviour, at least.
> >
> > . A tweak to the oom killer here may cause earlier oom-killings. I was
> > able to trigger just the one. Keep an eye on that please.
> >
> >
> > And on a personal note: The OSDL will now be sponsoring my kernel work at
> > Digeo. This means that I shall become akpm@osdl.org. akpm@digeo.com still
> > will work. Many thanks to the OSDL and Digeo teams who put this together.
> >
> >
> >
> >
> >
> >
> > Changes since 2.5.73-mm2:
> >
> >
> >
> > -handle-no-readpage-2.patch
> > -pppoe-revert.patch
> > -ppc64-fixes-2.patch
> > -ppc64-bat-initialisation-fix.patch
> > -reiserfs-unmapped-buffer-fix.patch
> > -pcmcia-event-20030623-1.patch
> > -pcmcia-event-20030623-2.patch
> > -pcmcia-event-20030623-3.patch
> > -pcmcia-event-20030623-4.patch
> > -pcmcia-event-20030623-5.patch
> > -pcmcia-event-20030623-6.patch
> > -sym2-bus_addr-fix.patch
> > -lost-tick-speedstep-fix.patch
> > -sym2-remove-broken-bios-check.patch
> > -syslog-efault-reporting.patch
> > -dvd-ram-rw-fix.patch
> > -mixcomwd-update.patch
> > -arc-rimi-race-fix.patch
> > -slab-drain-all-objects-fix.patch
> > -ext3-remove-version.patch
> > -cdrom-eject-hang-fix.patch
> >
> > Merged
> >
> > -numa-memory-reporting-fix.patch
> > +numa-memory-reporting-fix-2.patch
> >
> > Updated
> >
> > +ramfs-use-generic_file_llseek.patch
> > +inode_change_ok-remove-lock_kernel.patch
> > +nommu-vmtruncate-no_lock_kernel.patch
> > +proc-lock_kernel-removal.patch
> > +fops-flush-no-lock_kernel.patch
> > +block_llseek-no-lock_kernel.patch
> >
> > lock_kernel()ectomy
> >
> > +intel8x0-cleanup.patch
> >
> > Small driver cleanup
> >
> > +TC35815-config-fix.patch
> >
> > Build fix
> >
> > +CLONE_DETACHED-exit-fix.patch
> >
> > Report CLONE_DETACHED threads to gdb
> >
> > +bio-too-big-fix.patch
> >
> > Might fix the RAID "bio too big" problems.
> >
> > -linux-isp.patch
> > -isp-update-1.patch
> > -isp-remove-pci_detect.patch
> > -feral-fix.patch
> > +linux-isp-2.patch
> >
> > Slightly updated feral qlogic driver.
> >
> > +aio-dio-no-readahead.patch
> >
> > Don't do readahead for AIO-over-direct-io
> >
> > +nbd-ioctl-compat.patch
> >
> > NBD userspace compatibility.
> >
> > -rename-timer.patch
> > +rename-timer-A1.patch
> > +lost-tick-speedstep-fix-A1.patch
> > +lost-tick-corner-fix-A0.patch
> >
> > Updated timer patches. Mainly for addressing odd behaviour on SpeedStep
> > machines.
> >
> > -init_timer-debug-trap.patch
> >
> > Dropped due to lack of interest.
> >
> > +ext2_new_inode-race-fix.patch
> >
> > Fix a race which causes ext2 to bogusly claim that the free inodes count
> > was corrupted.
> >
> > +oomkill-if-free-swap.patch
> >
> > Remove bogus test in the oom-killer.
> >
> > +exec_mmap-is-the-point-of-no-return.patch
> >
> > Fix execve() bug
> >
> > +double-mmdrop-fix.patch
> >
> > Fix another execve() bug
> >
> > +cciss-hang-fix.patch
> >
> > cciss fix
> >
> > +journal_release_buffer-race-fix.patch
> >
> > Fix ext3 assertion failure (?)
> >
> >
> >
> >
> >
> > All 133 patches:
> >
> >
> > linus.patch
> >
> > mm.patch
> > add -mmN to EXTRAVERSION
> >
> > kgdb-ga.patch
> > kgdb stub for ia32 (George Anzinger's one)
> >
> > kgdb-use-ggdb.patch
> >
> > kgdb-ga-docco-fixes.patch
> > kgdb doc. edits/corrections
> >
> > HZ-100.patch
> >
> > config_spinline.patch
> > uninline spinlocks for profiling accuracy.
> >
> > ppc64-pci-update.patch
> >
> > ppc64-reloc_hide.patch
> >
> > ppc64-semaphore-reimplementation.patch
> > ppc64: use the ia32 semaphore implementation
> >
> > sym-do-160.patch
> > make the SYM driver do 160 MB/sec
> >
> > x86_64-fixes.patch
> > x86_64 fixes
> >
> > irqreturn-snd-via-fix.patch
> > via sound irqreturn fix
> >
> > config-PAGE_OFFSET.patch
> > Configurable kenrel/user memory split
> >
> > lru_cache_add-check.patch
> > lru_cache_add debug check
> >
> > delay-ksoftirqd-fallback.patch
> > Try harded in IRQ context before falling back to ksoftirqd
> >
> > fb-image-depth-fix.patch
> > fbdev image depth fix
> >
> > move_vma-VM_LOCKED-fix.patch
> > move_vma() make_pages_present() fix
> >
> > ds-09-vicam-usercopy-fix.patch
> > vicam usercopy fix
> >
> > buffer-debug.patch
> > buffer.c debugging
> >
> > e100-use-after-free-fix.patch
> >
> > 3-unmap-page-debugging.patch
> > page unmappng debug patch
> >
> > VM_RESERVED-check.patch
> > VM_RESERVED check
> >
> > ipcsem-speedup.patch
> > ipc semaphore optimization
> >
> > rcu-stats.patch
> > RCU statistics reporting
> >
> > mtrr-hang-fix.patch
> > Fix mtrr-related hang
> >
> > reslabify-pgds-and-pmds.patch
> > re-slabify i386 pgd's and pmd's
> >
> > numa-memory-reporting-fix-2.patch
> > NUMA mamory reporting fix
> >
> > ramfs-use-generic_file_llseek.patch
> > ramfs: use ramfs-use-generic_file_llseek
> >
> > inode_change_ok-remove-lock_kernel.patch
> > inode_change_ok(): remove lock_kernel()
> >
> > nommu-vmtruncate-no_lock_kernel.patch
> > nommu vmtruncate: remove lock_kernel()
> >
> > proc-lock_kernel-removal.patch
> > procfs: remove some unneeded lock_kernel()s
> >
> > fops-flush-no-lock_kernel.patch
> > remove lock_kernel() from file_ops.flush()
> >
> > block_llseek-no-lock_kernel.patch
> > block_llseek(): remove lock_kernel()
> >
> > intel8x0-cleanup.patch
> > intel8x0 cleanups
> >
> > TC35815-config-fix.patch
> > Make CONFIG_TC35815 depend on CONFIG_TOSHIBA_JMR3927
> >
> > CLONE_DETACHED-exit-fix.patch
> > Report detached thread exit to the debugger
> >
> > bio-too-big-fix.patch
> > Fix raid "bio too big" failures
> >
> > linux-isp-2.patch
> >
> > list_del-debug.patch
> > list_del debug check
> >
> > airo-schedule-fix.patch
> > airo.c: don't sleep in atomic regions
> >
> > resurrect-batch_requests.patch
> > bring back the batch_requests function
> >
> > kblockd.patch
> > Create `kblockd' workqueue
> >
> > cfq-infrastructure.patch
> >
> > elevator-completion-api.patch
> > elevator completion API
> >
> > as-iosched.patch
> > anticipatory I/O scheduler
> > AS: pgbench improvement
> > AS: discrete read fifo batches
> > AS sync/async batches
> > AS: hash removal fix
> > AS jumbo patch (for SCSI and TCQ)
> > AS: fix stupid thinko
> > AS: no batch-antic-limit
> > AS: autotune write batches
> > AS: divide by zero fix
> > AS: more HZ != 1000 fixes
> > AS: update_write_batch tuning
> > AS locking
> > AS HZ fixes
> >
> > as-double-free-and-debug.patch
> > AS: fix a leak + more debugging
> >
> > as-fix-seek-estimation.patch
> > AS: maybe repair performance drop of random read O_DIRECT
> >
> > as-fix-seeky-loads.patch
> > AS: fix IBM's seek load
> >
> > unplug-use-kblockd.patch
> > Use kblockd for running request queues
> >
> > per-queue-nr_requests.patch
> > per queue nr_requests
> >
> > blk-invert-watermarks.patch
> > blk_congestion_wait threshold cleanup
> >
> > blk-as-hint.patch
> > blk-as-hint
> >
> > get_request_wait-oom-fix.patch
> > handle OOM in get_request_wait().
> >
> > blk-fair-batches.patch
> > blk-fair-batches
> >
> > blk-fair-batches-2.patch
> > blk fair batches #2
> >
> > generic-io-contexts.patch
> > generic io contexts
> >
> > blk-request-batching.patch
> > block request batching
> >
> > get_io_context-fix.patch
> > get_io_context fixes
> >
> > blk-allocation-commentary.patch
> > block allocation comments
> >
> > blk-batching-throttle-fix.patch
> > blk batch requests fix
> >
> > blk-batching-cleanups.patch
> > block batching cleanups
> >
> > print-build-options-on-oops.patch
> > print a few config options on oops
> >
> > mmap-prefault.patch
> > prefault of executable mmaps
> >
> > bio-debug-trap.patch
> > BIO debugging patch
> >
> > sound-irq-hack.patch
> >
> > show_task-free-stack-fix.patch
> > show_task() fix and cleanup
> >
> > put_task_struct-debug.patch
> >
> > ia32-mknod64.patch
> > mknod64 for ia32
> >
> > ext2-64-bit-special-inodes.patch
> > ext2: support for 64-bit device nodes
> >
> > ext3-64-bit-special-inodes.patch
> > ext3: support for 64-bit device nodes
> >
> > 64-bit-dev_t-kdev_t.patch
> > 64-bit dev_t and kdev_t
> >
> > oops-dump-preceding-code.patch
> > i386 oops output: dump preceding code
> >
> > lockmeter.patch
> >
> > invalidate_mmap_range.patch
> > Interface to invalidate regions of mmaps
> >
> > aio-mm-refcounting-fix.patch
> > fix /proc mm_struct refcounting bug
> >
> > aio-01-retry.patch
> > AIO: Core retry infrastructure
> >
> > io_submit_one-EINVAL-fix.patch
> > Fix aio process hang on EINVAL
> >
> > aio-02-lockpage_wq.patch
> > AIO: Async page wait
> >
> > aio-03-fs_read.patch
> > AIO: Filesystem aio read
> >
> > aio-04-buffer_wq.patch
> > AIO: Async buffer wait
> >
> > aio-05-fs_write.patch
> > AIO: Filesystem aio write
> >
> > aio-05-fs_write-fix.patch
> >
> > aio-06-bread_wq.patch
> > AIO: Async block read
> >
> > aio-06-bread_wq-fix.patch
> >
> > aio-07-ext2getblk_wq.patch
> > AIO: Async get block for ext2
> >
> > O_SYNC-speedup-2.patch
> > speed up O_SYNC writes
> >
> > aio-09-o_sync.patch
> > aio O_SYNC
> >
> > aio-10-BUG-fix.patch
> > AIO: fix a BUG
> >
> > aio-11-workqueue-flush.patch
> > AIO: flush workqueues before destroying ioctx'es
> >
> > aio-12-readahead.patch
> > AIO: readahead fixes
> >
> > aio-dio-no-readahead.patch
> > aio O_DIRECT no readahead
> >
> > lock_buffer_wq-fix.patch
> > lock_buffer_wq fix
> >
> > unuse_mm-locked.patch
> > AIO: hold the context lock across unuse_mm
> >
> > aio-take-task_lock.patch
> > From: Suparna Bhattacharya <suparna@in.ibm.com>
> > Subject: Re: 2.5.72-mm1 - Under heavy testing with AIO,.. vmstat seems to blow the kernel
> >
> > vfsmount_lock.patch
> > From: Maneesh Soni <maneesh@in.ibm.com>
> > Subject: [patch 1/2] vfsmount_lock
> >
> > sched-hot-balancing-fix.patch
> > fix for CPU scheduler load distribution
> >
> > truncate-pagefault-race-fix.patch
> > Fix vmtruncate race and distributed filesystem race
> >
> > truncate-pagefault-race-fix-fix.patch
> > Make sure truncate fix has no race
> >
> > sleepometer.patch
> > sleep instrumentation
> >
> > time-goes-backwards.patch
> > demonstrate do_gettimeofday() going backwards
> >
> > skip-apic-ids-on-boot.patch
> > skip apicids on boot
> >
> > printk-oops-mangle-fix.patch
> > disentangle printk's whilst oopsing on SMP
> >
> > 20-odirect_enable.patch
> >
> > 21-odirect_cruft.patch
> >
> > 22-read_proc.patch
> >
> > 23-write_proc.patch
> >
> > 24-commit_proc.patch
> >
> > 25-odirect.patch
> >
> > nfs-O_DIRECT-always-enabled.patch
> > Force CONFIG_NFS_DIRECTIO
> >
> > seqcount-locking.patch
> > i_size atomic access: infrastructure
> >
> > i_size-atomic-access.patch
> > i_size atomic access
> >
> > aha152x-oops-fix.patch
> > aha152X oops fixes
> >
> > security_vm_enough_memory.patch
> > Security hook for vm_enough_memory
> >
> > nbd-cleanups.patch
> > NBD: cosmetic cleanups
> >
> > nbd-enhanced-diagnostics.patch
> > nbd: enhanced diagnostics support
> >
> > nbd-remove-blksize-bits.patch
> > nbd: remove unneeded blksize_bits field
> >
> > nbd-kobject-oops-fix.patch
> > nbd: initialise the embedded kobject
> >
> > nbd-paranioa-cleanups.patch
> > nbd: cleanup PARANOIA usage & code
> >
> > nbd-locking-fixes.patch
> > nbd: fix locking issues with ioctl UI
> >
> > nbd-ioctl-compat.patch
> > nbd: add compatibility with previous ioctl user interface
> >
> > rename-timer-A1.patch
> > timer renaming and cleanups
> >
> > lost-tick-speedstep-fix-A1.patch
> > fix lost_tick detector for speedstep
> >
> > lost-tick-corner-fix-A0.patch
> > fix lost-tick compensation corner-case
> >
> > lowmem_page_address-cleanup.patch
> > cleanup and generalise lowmem_page_address
> >
> > acpismp-fix.patch
> > ACPI_HT_ONLY acpismp=force
> >
> > div64-cleanup.patch
> > Kill div64.h dupes and parenthesize do_div() parameters
> >
> > ext2_new_inode-race-fix.patch
> > ext2: inode allocation race fix
> >
> > oomkill-if-free-swap.patch
> > Don't skip oomkilling if there's free swap
> >
> > exec_mmap-is-the-point-of-no-return.patch
> > after exec_mmap(), exec cannot fail
> >
> > double-mmdrop-fix.patch
> > fix double mmdrop() on exec path
> >
> > cciss-hang-fix.patch
> > cciss: fix io hang
> >
> > journal_release_buffer-race-fix.patch
> > ext3: fix journal_release_buffer() race
> >
> >
> >
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