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SubjectRe: [PATCH 0/4] thermal: fix locking regressions in linux-next
On Wed, Dec 14, 2022 at 2:18 PM Johan Hovold <> wrote:
> This series fixes some of the fallout after the thermal changes that
> just landed in linux-next.
> Lockdep reported a lock inversion in one of the Qualcomm drivers and a
> closer review revealed that the changes had also broken the sysfs
> interface for at least three drivers.
> Note that a simple revert of the offending patches was not an option as
> some of the infrastructure that the old implementation relied on has
> also been removed.

I've dropped that material from my linux-next branch and Daniel,
please also remove it from your branch that is pulled by linux-next so
that it doesn't show up in there until 6.2-rc1 is out.

It clearly is not ready for merging in its current form.

It is still present in my bleeding-edge branch, though, so please
apply the patches from Johan on top of it and send a new PR to me, so
I can add it back to my linux-next branch once 6.2-rc1 appears.

It would be good to check the code again too for any more similar fallout.


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