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    SubjectRe: [PATCH -v2] fix for futex_wait signal stack corruption

    Patch looks fine to me.

    On Tue, 4 Dec 2007, Steven Rostedt wrote:
    >
    > Note: I'm a bit nervious to add "linux/types.h" and use u32 and u64
    > in thread_info.h, when there's a #ifdef __KERNEL__ just below that.
    > Not sure what that is there for.

    Hmm. I'd not expect user-mode headers to ever include
    <linux/thread-info.h>, and if they do, they'd already get get totally
    invalid namespace pollution ("struct restart_block" at a minimum) along
    with stuff that simply isn't sensible in user-space at all, so I think
    this part is fine.

    And I guess somebody will scream if it bites them ;)

    Anyway, my gut feel is that this is potentially a real problem, and we
    should fix it asap (ie it should go into 2.6.24 even at this late stage in
    the game), but it would be nice to know if the problem actually hit any
    actual real program, and not just a test-setup.

    So here's a question for David Holmes: What caused you to actually notice
    this behaviour? Can this actually be seen in real life usage?

    Anyway, at a minimum, here's an

    Acked-by: Linus Torvalds <torvalds@linux-foundation.org>

    and I suspect I should just apply it directly. Any comments from anybody
    else?

    Linus


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