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SubjectRe: Linux 6.0-rc6
On Sun, Sep 18, 2022 at 01:56:17PM -0700, Linus Torvalds wrote:
> So this is an artificially small -rc release, because this past week
> we had the Maintainers' Summit in Dublin (along with OSS EU and LPC
> 2022), so we've had a lot of maintainers traveling.
> Or - putting my ridiculously optimistic hat on - maybe things are just
> so nice and stable that there just weren't all that many fixes?
> Yeah, I know which scenario I'm betting on, but hope springs eternal.
> Regardless, things look fine. I am expecting rc7 to be larger than
> usual due to pull requests having shifted one week later, and in the
> worst case that might mean that I might feel like we need an extra
> rc8, but for now I'm going to assume it's not going to be _that_
> noticeable and hope we'll just keep to the regular schedule.
> But it would be lovely if everybody gave this some extra tender loving
> care in the form of extra testing...

Build results:
total: 149 pass: 149 fail: 0
Qemu test results:
total: 490 pass: 489 fail: 1
Failed tests:

TL;DR: Patches / reverts needed to fix known regressions

Revert "net: fec: Use a spinlock to guard `fep->ptp_clk_on`"
Revert "fec: Restart PPS after link state change"
revert b353b241f1eb
revert f79959220fa5
The patches result in various tracebacks and crashes.

The need to revert those patches has been discussed repeatedly,
so going into details seems pointless.


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