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SubjectFeb. Fedora Kernel Patch Report
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It's been a while since I sent one of these.  Mostly that's due to the
overlap between which upstream stable version we're using in Fedora
across the releases, and how fast those have been happening upstream.
We're settled on 3.13.y now, and with 3.14-rc4 out there things have
calmed down enough to take stock again.

Here's the patches we have on top of 3.13.5.

josh

fs-proc-devtree-remove_proc_entry.patch
- Upstream commit c1d867a54d426b45da017fbe8e585f8a3064ce8d

drm-radeon-Disable-writeback-by-default-on-ppc.patch
- This is superseded by upstream commit
ea31bf697d27270188a93cd78cf9de4bc968aca3 but that seems to be a bit
big for a stable backport

dm-cache-policy-mq_fix-large-scale-table-allocation-bug.patch (rhbz 993744)
- Still pending upstream (no idea why...)

sunrpc-create-a-new-dummy-pipe-for-gssd-to-hold-open.patch
sunrpc-replace-gssd_running-with-more-reliable-check.patch
nfs-check-gssd-running-before-krb5i-auth.patch
- Added to fix a 15sec mount delay
- Upstream commits 4b9a445e3eeb8bd9278b1ae51c1b3a651e370cd6
89f842435c630f8426f414e6030bc2ffea0d6f81
6aa23d76a7b549521a03b63b6d5b7880ea87eab7 respectively

rpc_pipe-remove-the-clntXX-dir-if-creating-the-pipe-fails.patch
sunrpc-add-an-info-file-for-the-dummy-gssd-pipe.patch
rpc_pipe-fix-cleanup-of-dummy-gssd-directory-when-notification-fails.patch
- Fixes for some of the patches above (rhbz 1037793)
- Upstream commits 3396f92f8be606ea485b0a82d4e7749a448b013b
e2f0c83a9de331d9352185ca3642616c13127539
23e66ba97127ff3b064d4c6c5138aa34eafc492f respectively

elantech-Properly-differentiate-between-clickpads-an.patch (rhbz 1030802)
- Upstream commit c15bdfd5b9831e4cab8cfc118243956e267dd30e

KVM-MMU-handle-invalid-root_hpa-at-__direct_map.patch (rhbz 924916)
- Upstream commit 989c6b34f6a9480e397b170cc62237e89bf4fdb9
- Probably should grab 37f6a4e237303549c8676dfe1fd1991ceab512eb too

KVM-VMX-fix-use-after-free-of-vmx-loaded_vmcs.patch (rhbz 1047892)
- Upstream commit 26a865f4aa8e66a6d94958de7656f7f1b03c6c56

0001-Input-wacom-make-sure-touch_max-is-set-for-touch-dev.patch
0002-Input-wacom-add-support-for-three-new-Intuos-devices.patch
0003-Input-wacom-add-reporting-of-SW_MUTE_DEVICE-events.patch
- rhbz 1003167 1046238
- Upstream commits 1d0d6df02750b4a6f466768cbfbf860e24f4c8d4
b5fd2a3e92ca5c8c1f3c20d31ac5daed3ec4d604
961794a00eab03f4344b7d5e825e8e789e55da87

Input-ALPS-add-support-for-Dolphin-devices.patch (rhbz 953211)
- Upstream commit ee65d4b36de8ddf4467f788faa5d8ddd1bfcdaa2

xhci-fix-resume-issues-on-renesas-chips-in-samsung-laptops.patch (rhbz 950630)
- Upstream commit 1aa9578c1a9450fb21501c4f549f5b1edb557e6d
- Oddly not queued for stable?

cgroup-fixes.patch (rhbz 1045755)
- Upstream commits 0ab02ca8f887908152d1a96db5130fc661d36a1e
- There was a 3.12 version of this patch sent to stable list from
Michal Hocko. I don't remember why it wasn't applied, or why it
wasn't applied for 3.13.y...

ipv6-introduce-IFA_F_NOPREFIXROUTE-and-IFA_F_MANAGETEMPADDR-flags.patch
ipv6-addrconf-revert-if_inet6ifa_flag-format.patch
- rhbz 1064430 1056711
- Backports of commits to add this stuff in 3.14. Not suitable for stable.

cifs-ensure-that-uncached-writes-handle-unmapped-areas-correctly.patch
cifs-sanity-check-length-of-data-to-send-before-sending.patch
cifs-mask-off-top-byte-in-get_rfc1002_length.patch
- rhbz 1064253 CVE-2014-0069 rhbz 1068862
- Upstream commit 5d81de8e8667da7135d3a32a964087c0faf5483f and two
additional fixes

cpufreq-powernow-k8-Initialize-per-cpu-data-structures-properly.patch
(rhbz 1054408)
- Upstream commit c3274763bfc3bf1ececa269ed6e6c4d7ec1c3e5e
- CC'd to stable but not queued

e100-Fix-disabling-already-disabled-device-warning.patch (rhbz 994438)
- Upstream commit 2b6e0ca175fe4a20f21ba82b1e7ccc71029c4dd4

usb-ehci-fix-deadlock-when-threadirqs-option-is-used.patch
- Still pending upstream


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