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SubjectRe: [GIT PULL] kbuild changes for v4.9-rc1
On Mon, Oct 17, 2016 at 02:57:09PM +1100, Nicholas Piggin wrote:
> On Sat, 15 Oct 2016 17:22:05 -0700 Omar Sandoval <osandov@osandov.com> wrote:
> > On Fri, Oct 14, 2016 at 10:12:46PM +0200, Michal Marek wrote:
> > > please pull these kbuild changes for v4.9-rc1:
> > >
> > > - EXPORT_SYMBOL for asm source by Al Viro. This does bring a regression,
> > > because genksyms no longer generates checksums for these symbols
> > > (CONFIG_MODVERSIONS). Nick Piggin is working on a patch to fix this.
> > > Plus, we are talking about functions like strcpy(), which rarely
> > > change prototypes.
> >
> > So this has broken all module loading for me. I get the following dmesg
> > spew:
> > ...
> > [ 4.586914] scsi_mod: no symbol version for memset
> > [ 4.587920] scsi_mod: Unknown symbol memset (err -22)
> > [ 4.588443] scsi_mod: no symbol version for ___preempt_schedule
> > [ 4.589026] scsi_mod: Unknown symbol ___preempt_schedule (err -22)
> > ...
> >
> > Reverting 784d5699eddc ("x86: move exports to actual definitions") fixes
> > it for me. This is with GCC 6.2.1, binutils 2.27, attached config.
>
> Thanks for the report. Could you try this patch and see if it helps?
[patch snipped]

Omar probably won't wake up in quite a while, so I've tested the patch.
Alas, doesn't help. Similar spew (for the few modules I don't have =y),
while reverting 784d5699eddc fixes it for me too.

Debian sid toolchain: gcc 6.2.0-6, binutils 2.27-8, config at
https://angband.pl/tmp/config-4.9.0-rc1-debug+.gz


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