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nvme: Missing patch in Ubuntu-4.4.0-41.61
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== Comment: #0 - Gabriel Krisman Bertazi <gbert...@br.ibm.com> - 2016-09-27
Ubuntu-4.4.0-40.60 included my backport of :
b00a726a9fd ("NVMe: Don't unmap controller registers on reset") #upstream
[ 30d6592fce71 on the Ubuntu -proposed branch]
But missed the fix up that came later:
81e9a969c441 ("nvme: Call pci_disable_device on the error path.") #
This means that we may hit an Oops if we need to go into the error
path of the nvme probe.
Please cherry-pick this fix to your kernel.
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