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SubjectLinux Status For 2.3.x: v 2.3.43

SCSI needs allocate/free functions to fix the gdth stuff
Fixing scsi blocking and cleanups
PAE36 failures (? - ok now )

In Progress
Merge the network fixes (DaveM)
Merge 2.2.13/14 changes (Alan, all done barring COMX and Sk98)
Get RAID 0.90 in (Ingo)

Fix Exists But Isnt Merged
Signals leak kernel memory (security)
msync fails on NFS

To Do
Truncate races (Debian apt shows it nicely)
Restore O_SYNC functionality
vmalloc(GFP_DMA) is needed for DMA drivers
VM needs rebalancing
Fix eth= command line
Check O_APPEND atomicity bug fixing is complete
Incredibly slow loopback tcp bug
Finish softnet driver port over and cleanups
Page cache high on PAE36 boxes is very slow, maybe disable ?
Protection on isize (sct)
Mikulas claims we need to fix the getblk/mark_buffer_uptodate thing for
2.3.x as well
Fix SPX socket code
NCR5380 isnt smp safe
Finish 64bit vfs merges (lockf64 and friends missing)
Make syncppp use new ppp code
Fbcon races
Fix all remaining PCI code to use new resources and enable_Device
Get the Emu10K merged
Fix module remove race bug (-- not in open so why did I see crashes ??? --)
Per Process rtsigio
VFS?VM - mmap/write deadlock
initrd is bust
rw sempahores on page faults (mmap_sem)
kiobuf seperate lock functions/bounce/page_address fixes
per super block write_super needs an async flag
addres_space needs a VM pressure/flush callback
per file_op rw_kiovec
enhanced disk statistics
Fix routing by fwmark
put_user appears to be broken for i386 machines
Some FB drivers check the A000 area and find it busy then bomb out
NTFS needs updating/binning or something
ACPI hangs on boot for some systems
rw semaphores on inodes to fix read/truncate races ?
Not all device drivers are safe now the write inode lock isnt taken on write
File locking needs checking for races
Multiwrite IDE breaks on a disk error
AFFS doesn't work on current page cache
DMFE is not SMP safe

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