On Sat, Apr 07, 2018 at 07:54:27PM +0200, Greg Kroah-Hartman wrote:
> On Sat, Apr 07, 2018 at 10:37:33PM +0530, Naresh Kamboju wrote:
> > >> Results from Linaro’s test farm.
> > >> No regressions on arm64, arm and x86_64.
> > >>
> > >> Summary
> > >> ------------------------------------------------------------------------
> > >>
> > >> kernel: 4.16.1-rc1
> > >> git repo: 
> > >> https://git.kernel.org/pub/scm/linux/kernel/git/stable/linux-stable-rc.git
> > >> git branch: linux-4.16.y
> > >> git commit: 30380aa579224caf6a737160802151f466fe3953
> > >> git describe: v4.16-32-g30380aa57922
> > >> Test details: 
> > >> https://qa-reports.linaro.org/lkft/linux-stable-rc-4.16-oe/build/v4.16-32-g30380aa57922
> > >>
> > >> No regressions (compared to build )
> > >
> > > Compared to what build?  :)
> > 
> > There is no previous build to compare.
> > stable-rc 4.16 is the new build in our system.
> > This build results will act as base line for coming up 4.16 builds.
> 
> Why were you all not testing 4.16-rc releases and the final 4.16.0
> release?  For some reason I thought you all were doing that.

Hi Greg -

We track each branch separately and since linux-4.16.y is new, this was
the first build. But, we tested 4.16 release on our mainline tracking
branch (along with all the RCs and such before release). We have been
testing all along, it just doesn't show up here because this is a new
git branch and new qa-reports 'project'.

In any case, we review all test failures to identify any issues, on all
LTS branches, stable, mainline, and next. So, regardless of whether or
not qa-reports identifies something as a 'regression', we'll notice it.

Hope that helps,
Dan

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