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SubjectRe: Linux 6.0-rc7
On Sun, Sep 25, 2022 at 02:14:40PM -0700, Linus Torvalds wrote:
> So I was thinking rc7 might end up larger than usual due to travel
> hitting rc6, but it doesn't really seem to have happened.
> Yeah, maybe it's marginally bigger than the historical average for
> this time of the release cycle, but it definitely isn't some outlier,
> and it looks fairly normal. Which is all good, and makes me think that
> the final release will happen right on schedule next weekend, unless
> something unexpected happens. Knock wood.
> Incidentally, rc7 is also (I think) the first time we have a clean
> 'make allmodconfig' build with no warnings from clang, since the
> patches for frame size problems in the amd display code got merged.
> The stack frame size is still pretty big (and the code isn't exactly
> pretty), but now it's below the level we warn about.
> So that's nice to see.
> Anyway, full shortlog below - a lot of it is GPU and network drivers,
> but there's various random other fixes in there too.
> Let's give this one (hopefully) final week of testing, but it all
> looks pretty good.

Testing looks good as well.

Build results:
total: 149 pass: 149 fail: 0
Qemu test results:
total: 490 pass: 490 fail: 0

No more unexpected warnings in boot logs either.


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