Outstanding actions from last meeting
Lucid Release Status: Bugs
|Beta 1 Milestoned Bugs||Release Targeted Bugs|
Almost done with the analysis of the X debugging pages. JFo will update the team on the current state of the Kernel Team pages and an initial draft of recommended changes to the structure and layout via the e-mail list. Will have the arsenal scripts running (not in dry run mode) by the end of this week.
We have pulled out the HID devices to modular. Discussions on other drivers still pending, any changes will have to occur post beta-1 now.
We have committed to the v2.6.33 drm backport which is now uploaded to the archive. Re-testing of graphics issues now to be requested. JFo will put out a call for testing for the drm backport asap.
The suspend resume patch is in and already seeing some benefits. One bug where the battery is fingered as taking 10s to respond.
Editing text for another push to LKML There are still a few LSM audit issues to attend to and we will see how the __d_path discussions play out. Currently trying to keep the 2 pushes separate
Nothing new to report.
Other Release Tasks: Lucid Audio Support
Nothing new to report.
Other Release Tasks: Lucid Better Power Mgt
Pushed some power policy scripts to https://code.edge.launchpad.net/~amitk/ubuntu/lucid/pm-utils-powersave-policy/amit. Will prepare a package in PPA and issue call for testing tomorrow. pitti is going to review them in the mean while, but other comments welcome
Other Release Tasks: EC2 Lucid Kernel Status
Bug #527208 is still outstanding
- Launchpad bug 527208 in linux-ec2 “ec2 instance fails boot, no console output on c1.xlarge” [High,Confirmed] https://launchpad.net/bugs/527208
Other than that no known issues. However it may be affecting more than just c1.xlarge kernels.
Lucid remains at stable v188.8.131.52. As mentioned above we have taken the v2.6.33 DRM backport as this greatly improves stability and removes the need for the Nouveau LBM module, cleaning up installs. We have also incorporated building the kernel perf tool. All of the main kernel (linux, linux-fsl-imx51, linux-mvl-dove, and linux-qcm-msm) are now closed for the Beta-1, uploaded and building, linux-ec2 has been tested and pending a build-test is ready to upload. Anything which requires a kernel change will have to wait until after beta-1 and will have to pass the abbreviated SRU process (2 acks required).
Security & Bugfix Kernels
Hardy is just about to move to updates.
Coming up another security update, then final big upload for Karmic.
Incoming Bugs: Regressions
Current regression stats (broken down by release):
regression-potential (up 30)
- 86 lucid bugs
regression-update (no change)
- 11 karmic bugs
- 5 jaunty bugs
- 2 intrepid bugs
- 1 hardy bug
regression-release (no change)
- 56 karmic bugs
- 22 jaunty bugs
- 11 intrepid bugs
- 4 hardy bugs
regression-proposed (no change)
- 1 karmic bug
Incoming Bugs: Bug day report
There was no bug day last week. This is a gentle reminder that we have decided to hold a weekly Kernel Bug Day to deal with regression bugs. What this means is that for one day a week we would like for the kernel team to focus on addressing ‘regression-‘ tagged bugs. We’d like to see a significant reduction in the numbers reported above.
The plan, as I see it, is to implement this up to release and then discuss the continued utility of having a Kernel Team Bug Day much like the Bug Days we have now with the community.
The next Bug Day will be next Tuesday. The focus will be on Bugs with patches attached. As usual, all are welcome to help, and all help is greatly appreciated.
The Kernel Bug Day will be on Tuesday of every week until release.
Open Discussion or Questions
- We are now basically frozen for Beta-1 (barring kitten killers), I will be pushing out any tasks which required kernel changes to Beta-2 shortly, there is almost nothing in this category. The remainder of our non-release tasks for Beta-1 need focus, and if they aren’t going to make it I want to know.
- Two links that you may find useful:
- A breakdown of bugs by package.
- A view created by the Launchpad team of bugs with patches by age. (this is not completely accurate yet).