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SubjectRe: [PATCH v2 00/10] rt2x00: rt2x00: improve calling conventions for register accessors
On Fri, May 19, 2017 at 7:18 AM, Kalle Valo <> wrote:
> Arnd Bergmann <> writes:
>> I've managed to split up my long patch into a series of reasonble
>> steps now.
>> The first two are required to fix a regression from commit 41977e86c984
>> ("rt2x00: add support for MT7620"), the rest are just cleanups to
>> have a consistent state across all the register access functions.
> Can these all go to 4.13 or would you prefer me to push the first two
> 4.12? Or what?

I think you can reasonably argue either way: the second patch does
fix a real bug that may or may not lead to an exploitable stack overflow
when CONFIG_KASAN is enabled, which would be a reason to put it
into 4.12. On the other hand, I have another 20 patches for similar
(or worse) stack overflow issues with KASAN that I'm hoping to all
get into 4.13 and backported into stable kernel later if necessary,
so we could treat this one like the others.

The only difference between this and the others is that in rt2x00 it
is a regression against 4.11, while the others have all been present
for a long time.


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