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SubjectLinux 4.14: Reported regressions as of Sunday, 2017-10-01
Hi! Find below my first regression report for Linux 4.14. It lists 4
regressions I'm currently aware of (two of the reports are my own). I
skimmed LKML,, but those were all I found that
looked worthy. And nobody pointed me to any regressions directly. Sigh.
Either we are doing really well this cycle or nobody wants his
regression tracked...

As always: Are you aware of any other regressions? Then please let me
know by mail (a simple bounce in my direction is enough!). For details
see And please tell me if there is anything
in the report that shouldn't be there.

Ciao, Thorsten

== Current regressions ==

Module removal-related regression
Status: Fix "driver core: suppress sending MODALIAS in UNBIND uevents"
is sitting in greg's driver-core-linus
Reported: 2017-09-09
Cause: 1455cf8dbfd06aa7651dcfccbadb7a093944ca65

stalls, short lived or long lived lockups very shortly after boot.
Status: Nothing new since 10+ days; maybe fixed already? poked list for
a status update
Reported: 2017-09-19
Cause: 74def747bcd0

CIFS SMB2+ combined with pythons xattr.listxattr leads to "IOError:
[Errno 61]"
Status: no reaction from developers yet; need to poke list again
Note: Disclaimer: A regression the regression tracker reported
Reported: 2017-09-26
Cause: 8dc5b3a6cb2f (assumed)

Ath10k disconnects
Status: brand new, might turn out to be a false alarm
Note: Disclaimer: A regression the regression tracker reported
Reported: 2017-10-01

== Reported, but not added to the report for one reason or another ==

New default s2idle does not work on Dell XPS 13 9360
Status: Might be fixed, asked for a status update.

dd1c1f2f20: will-it-scale.per_process_ops -5% regression
Status: Linus: "Sadly, while I love the concept of performance tracking,
the "will-it-scale" reports haven't really been reliable enough to
really be useful."

52306e882f: stress-ng.lockofd.ops_per_sec -11% regression
Status: see above

9e52fc2b50: will-it-scale.per_thread_ops -16% regression
Status: see above; but there was some discussion about this here, so
maybe it should be on the list

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