- 14 blueprints (includes HWE blueprints)
Bugs with Patches Attached:122 (down 6 from last week)
Started cross testing of compatibility patch and found some errors that need to fixed before it can be pulled in. Will try to get that cleaned up today so we can pull in the latest version, and send it upstream.
Caching patch fix – no progress still sitting on the back burner behind cold, compatibility patch, and EC2.
Nothing new this week.
The two items slipped out of Alpha-1 are still outstanding, though neither is a release task. The debian commonisation is currently progressing with Karmic master being retrofitted currently. We expect to have Karmic and Lucid master both complete by Wednesday, ready for test uploads.
The Lucid LTS backport kernel is tracking Maverick at http://ppa.launchpad.net/kernel-ppa/ppa/ubuntu.
The current kernel and meta versions are linux-maverick-2.6.35-1.1~lucid1 and linux-meta-lts-backport-maverick-188.8.131.52.6.
pv-ops kernel has so far not been working out, and I am following up with Amazon.
Started looking at fallback plan 1 of pv-on-HVM driver but I haven’t been able to successfully build them yet (failing in the ballon driver atm). I need to test building them on an older stock kernel yet.
I (cnd) sent a patch upstream for relative source paths for perf probe, waiting on feedback
I took a closer look at trace-cmd and kernelshark and I’m not convinced quite yet that we really need kernelshark so I may just package up trace-cmd when I get the chance.
I (ogasawara) own the majority of the Alpha2 work items so will start closing those out shortly.
Waiting on testing from Foundations from updated kernels. As part of the roll forward to v2.6.35-rc1 we have had to update AUFS2 as it no longer built. We expect to have to update it again before v2.6.35 final regardless of whether union-mounts make it.
Good progress on the wiki. There is now a Todo located at: https://wiki.ubuntu.com/Kernel/WikiToDo and a wiki gardening guide at: https://wiki.ubuntu.com/Kernel/WikiGardening Please use these references when working on the wiki pages.
Thanks to apw for getting those up and going
We have patches pending for the remaining Alpha-1 deliverable, waiting on testing from Foundations. We have also pulled forward the ‘readahead was used’ patches from Lucid testing to Maverick and pushed those to a further PPA for testing.
Outcome was that “Tiger team” to discuss this to be set up by awe. This will be removed from the meeting agenda.
Added the following functionality to the firmware test suite: ACPI MCFG table test MTRR tests HPET sanity checks Simple Fan tests ACPI FADT table checks Simple Battery tests PCI Max Read Req sanity check BIOS EBDA check Misc: Add in e820 region checking Generalised list handling Fix iasl + pipe I/O bug Re-organise lib headers
We uploaded the 2.6.35-1.1 kernel which rebased us to 2.6.35-rc1. I’ll be uploading 2.6.35-2.2 within the hour. This will rebase us to 2.6.35-rc2. Please test if you are able to. Also, just a general reminder that Alpha 2 is Thurs July 1 (ie ~3weeks from today) so make sure you’re on track with any work items that need doing.
Security & bugfix kernels – Karmic/Jaunty/Intrepid/Hardy/Others
Dapper: 2.6.15-55.84 (security) Hardy: 2.6.24-28.70 (security) Jaunty: 2.6.28-19.61 (security) Karmic: 2.6.31-22.60 (security) - mvl-dove 2.6.31-214.28 (security) - fsl-imx51 2.6.31-112.28 (security) - ec2 2.6.31-307.15 (security) Lucid: 2.6.32-22.36 (security) - mvl-dove 2.6.32-205.18 (security) - fsl-imx51 2.6.31-608.14 (security) - ti-omap 2.6.33-501.7 (security) - qcm-msm 2.6.31-802.4 (security) - ec2 2.6.32-306.11 (security) - LBM 2.6.32-22.15 (waiting for acceptance to proposed)
The initial security release for Lucid caused a regression for KVM. Though the same patch is in Karmic and Jaunty without problems. It has been reverted for Lucid and an additional upload was made (thanks apw).
The current update to Lucid qcm-msm will be the last one as we lack testing hardware.
Currently preparing proposed uploads to Lucid and Karmic and while being on those, updating the abstracted debian implementation (apw). Lucid proposed will contain upstream stable 184.108.40.206-15 and 220.127.116.11-5 for DRM (amongst a lot of other changes). Target for upload to proposed for the master branch is Wednesday.
Incoming Bugs and Regression Stats
Current regression stats:
|lucid||234 (-28;)||25 (-1)||128 (-18)||1|
Incoming Bugs: Bug day report
The next bug day will be next Tuesday. We will be focusing on working Confirmed bugs and getting them to either Incomplete, by waay of testing or information requests, or Triaged based on the completeness of the bug. My goal is to work through all of the Confirmed bugs to get them in the correct state and work out the best method for addressing them based on conversation with Andy yesterday. I also want to have a Team bug day much like we did this week to work the Top 50 list. I am open to having be two half days on Friday and Monday again if that worked out for everyone last time.
Any suggestions/objections? Was the two half days more useful than one whole one?
- (ogasawara)I like the half days
- (apw)I think half is better over all as its easier to do one or the other
Open Discussion or Questions: Anyone have anything?
|apw||Just a reminder that the wiki update is a team task, please do look over the ToDo and see if there are things you know about and can help clean up|
|manjo||Is there a pointer (url) to the todo?|
|JFo||Just wanted to mention that I have been invited to the QA meeting tomorrow to discuss the Triage Summit|
|JFo||So I suspect there will be some more chat on it and I will be sending out an e-mail this week to kick things off|