** Changed in: linux (Ubuntu)
   Importance: Undecided => Medium

** Changed in: linux (Ubuntu)
       Status: Incomplete => Triaged

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  Kernel security test test_022_aslr_hardy_vdso failed on Precise i386

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Bug description:
  This issue can be reproduced in 3.2.0-133 in proposed and 3.2.0-131.
  So it should not be considered as a regression.

  We didn't spot this issue before, until I'm testing 3.2 kernel on one
  of the laptop (CID 201307-13930) in Cert lab instead of using our
  regular regression-testing test pool from kernel team this cycle.

    FAIL: test_022_aslr_hardy_vdso (__main__.KernelSecurityTest)
    ASLR of vdso
    Traceback (most recent call last):
      File "./test-kernel-security.py", line 1863, in test_022_aslr_hardy_vdso
        self._test_aslr('vdso', expected)
      File "./test-kernel-security.py", line 1795, in _test_aslr
        self._test_aslr_all(area, expected, "unlimited stack %s" % area)
      File "./test-kernel-security.py", line 1772, in _test_aslr_all
        self._test_aslr_exec(area, expected, target, name)
      File "./test-kernel-security.py", line 1765, in _test_aslr_exec
        self.assertShellExitEquals(aslr_expected, ["./%s" % (target), area, 
"--verbose"], msg="%s:\n" % name)
 line 1134, in assertShellExitEquals
        self.assertEqual(expected, rc, msg + result + report)
    AssertionError: unlimited stack vdso native:
    Got exit code 1, expected 0
    Command: './aslr', 'vdso', '--verbose'
    Checking ASLR of vdso:
    FAIL: ASLR not functional (vdso always at 0x40022000)

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