[Kernel-packages] [Bug 1990985] Re: ACPI: processor idle: Practically limit "Dummy wait" workaround to old Intel systems

2023-02-25 Thread Ubuntu Kernel Bot
This bug is awaiting verification that the linux-
azure-4.15/4.15.0-1162.177 kernel in -proposed solves the problem.
Please test the kernel and update this bug with the results. If the
problem is solved, change the tag 'verification-needed-bionic' to
'verification-done-bionic'. If the problem still exists, change the tag
'verification-needed-bionic' to 'verification-failed-bionic'.

If verification is not done by 5 working days from today, this fix will
be dropped from the source code, and this bug will be closed.

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Title:
  ACPI: processor idle: Practically limit "Dummy wait" workaround to old
  Intel systems

Status in linux package in Ubuntu:
  In Progress
Status in linux source package in Bionic:
  Fix Released
Status in linux source package in Focal:
  Fix Released
Status in linux source package in Jammy:
  Fix Released
Status in linux source package in Kinetic:
  Fix Released

Bug description:
  IMPACT:
  Old, circa 2002 chipsets have a bug: they don't go idle when they are
  supposed to.  So, a workaround was added to slow the CPU down and
  ensure that the CPU waits a bit for the chipset to actually go idle.
  This workaround is ancient and has been in place in some form since
  the original kernel ACPI implementation.

  But, this workaround is very painful on modern systems.  The "inl()"
  can take thousands of cycles (see Link: for some more detailed
  numbers and some fun kernel archaeology).

  First and foremost, modern systems should not be using this code.
  Typical Intel systems have not used it in over a decade because it is
  horribly inferior to MWAIT-based idle.

  Despite this, people do seem to be tripping over this workaround on
  AMD system today.

  Limit the "dummy wait" workaround to Intel systems.  Keep Modern AMD
  systems from tripping over the workaround.  Remotely modern Intel
  systems use intel_idle instead of this code and will, in practice,
  remain unaffected by the dummy wait.

  Reported-by: K Prateek Nayak 
  Suggested-by: Rafael J. Wysocki 
  Signed-off-by: Dave Hansen 
  Reviewed-by: Mario Limonciello 
  Tested-by: K Prateek Nayak 
  Link: 
https://lore.kernel.org/all/20220921063638.2489-1-kprateek.na...@amd.com/
  Link: https://lkml.kernel.org/r/20220922184745.3252932-1-dave.han...@intel.com

  FIX:

  This issue pertains to  all Zen based processors starting with
  Naples(Zen1). All LTS releases will need this fix:

  
https://github.com/torvalds/linux/commit/e400ad8b7e6a1b9102123c6240289a811501f7d9

  TESTCASE:

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[Kernel-packages] [Bug 1990985] Re: ACPI: processor idle: Practically limit "Dummy wait" workaround to old Intel systems

2023-01-31 Thread Ubuntu Kernel Bot
This bug is awaiting verification that the linux-lowlatency-
hwe-5.19/5.19.0-1017.18~22.04.1 kernel in -proposed solves the problem.
Please test the kernel and update this bug with the results. If the
problem is solved, change the tag 'verification-needed-jammy' to
'verification-done-jammy'. If the problem still exists, change the tag
'verification-needed-jammy' to 'verification-failed-jammy'.

If verification is not done by 5 working days from today, this fix will
be dropped from the source code, and this bug will be closed.

See https://wiki.ubuntu.com/Testing/EnableProposed for documentation how
to enable and use -proposed. Thank you!


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Title:
  ACPI: processor idle: Practically limit "Dummy wait" workaround to old
  Intel systems

Status in linux package in Ubuntu:
  In Progress
Status in linux source package in Bionic:
  Fix Released
Status in linux source package in Focal:
  Fix Released
Status in linux source package in Jammy:
  Fix Released
Status in linux source package in Kinetic:
  Fix Released

Bug description:
  IMPACT:
  Old, circa 2002 chipsets have a bug: they don't go idle when they are
  supposed to.  So, a workaround was added to slow the CPU down and
  ensure that the CPU waits a bit for the chipset to actually go idle.
  This workaround is ancient and has been in place in some form since
  the original kernel ACPI implementation.

  But, this workaround is very painful on modern systems.  The "inl()"
  can take thousands of cycles (see Link: for some more detailed
  numbers and some fun kernel archaeology).

  First and foremost, modern systems should not be using this code.
  Typical Intel systems have not used it in over a decade because it is
  horribly inferior to MWAIT-based idle.

  Despite this, people do seem to be tripping over this workaround on
  AMD system today.

  Limit the "dummy wait" workaround to Intel systems.  Keep Modern AMD
  systems from tripping over the workaround.  Remotely modern Intel
  systems use intel_idle instead of this code and will, in practice,
  remain unaffected by the dummy wait.

  Reported-by: K Prateek Nayak 
  Suggested-by: Rafael J. Wysocki 
  Signed-off-by: Dave Hansen 
  Reviewed-by: Mario Limonciello 
  Tested-by: K Prateek Nayak 
  Link: 
https://lore.kernel.org/all/20220921063638.2489-1-kprateek.na...@amd.com/
  Link: https://lkml.kernel.org/r/20220922184745.3252932-1-dave.han...@intel.com

  FIX:

  This issue pertains to  all Zen based processors starting with
  Naples(Zen1). All LTS releases will need this fix:

  
https://github.com/torvalds/linux/commit/e400ad8b7e6a1b9102123c6240289a811501f7d9

  TESTCASE:

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[Kernel-packages] [Bug 1990985] Re: ACPI: processor idle: Practically limit "Dummy wait" workaround to old Intel systems

2023-01-31 Thread Ubuntu Kernel Bot
This bug is awaiting verification that the linux-
aws-5.19/5.19.0-1019.20~22.04.1 kernel in -proposed solves the problem.
Please test the kernel and update this bug with the results. If the
problem is solved, change the tag 'verification-needed-jammy' to
'verification-done-jammy'. If the problem still exists, change the tag
'verification-needed-jammy' to 'verification-failed-jammy'.

If verification is not done by 5 working days from today, this fix will
be dropped from the source code, and this bug will be closed.

See https://wiki.ubuntu.com/Testing/EnableProposed for documentation how
to enable and use -proposed. Thank you!


** Tags removed: verification-done-jammy
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Title:
  ACPI: processor idle: Practically limit "Dummy wait" workaround to old
  Intel systems

Status in linux package in Ubuntu:
  In Progress
Status in linux source package in Bionic:
  Fix Released
Status in linux source package in Focal:
  Fix Released
Status in linux source package in Jammy:
  Fix Released
Status in linux source package in Kinetic:
  Fix Released

Bug description:
  IMPACT:
  Old, circa 2002 chipsets have a bug: they don't go idle when they are
  supposed to.  So, a workaround was added to slow the CPU down and
  ensure that the CPU waits a bit for the chipset to actually go idle.
  This workaround is ancient and has been in place in some form since
  the original kernel ACPI implementation.

  But, this workaround is very painful on modern systems.  The "inl()"
  can take thousands of cycles (see Link: for some more detailed
  numbers and some fun kernel archaeology).

  First and foremost, modern systems should not be using this code.
  Typical Intel systems have not used it in over a decade because it is
  horribly inferior to MWAIT-based idle.

  Despite this, people do seem to be tripping over this workaround on
  AMD system today.

  Limit the "dummy wait" workaround to Intel systems.  Keep Modern AMD
  systems from tripping over the workaround.  Remotely modern Intel
  systems use intel_idle instead of this code and will, in practice,
  remain unaffected by the dummy wait.

  Reported-by: K Prateek Nayak 
  Suggested-by: Rafael J. Wysocki 
  Signed-off-by: Dave Hansen 
  Reviewed-by: Mario Limonciello 
  Tested-by: K Prateek Nayak 
  Link: 
https://lore.kernel.org/all/20220921063638.2489-1-kprateek.na...@amd.com/
  Link: https://lkml.kernel.org/r/20220922184745.3252932-1-dave.han...@intel.com

  FIX:

  This issue pertains to  all Zen based processors starting with
  Naples(Zen1). All LTS releases will need this fix:

  
https://github.com/torvalds/linux/commit/e400ad8b7e6a1b9102123c6240289a811501f7d9

  TESTCASE:

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[Kernel-packages] [Bug 1990985] Re: ACPI: processor idle: Practically limit "Dummy wait" workaround to old Intel systems

2023-01-17 Thread Ubuntu Kernel Bot
This bug is awaiting verification that the linux-azure/5.19.0-1017.18
kernel in -proposed solves the problem. Please test the kernel and
update this bug with the results. If the problem is solved, change the
tag 'verification-needed-kinetic' to 'verification-done-kinetic'. If the
problem still exists, change the tag 'verification-needed-kinetic' to
'verification-failed-kinetic'.

If verification is not done by 5 working days from today, this fix will
be dropped from the source code, and this bug will be closed.

See https://wiki.ubuntu.com/Testing/EnableProposed for documentation how
to enable and use -proposed. Thank you!


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Title:
  ACPI: processor idle: Practically limit "Dummy wait" workaround to old
  Intel systems

Status in linux package in Ubuntu:
  In Progress
Status in linux source package in Bionic:
  Fix Released
Status in linux source package in Focal:
  Fix Released
Status in linux source package in Jammy:
  Fix Released
Status in linux source package in Kinetic:
  Fix Released

Bug description:
  IMPACT:
  Old, circa 2002 chipsets have a bug: they don't go idle when they are
  supposed to.  So, a workaround was added to slow the CPU down and
  ensure that the CPU waits a bit for the chipset to actually go idle.
  This workaround is ancient and has been in place in some form since
  the original kernel ACPI implementation.

  But, this workaround is very painful on modern systems.  The "inl()"
  can take thousands of cycles (see Link: for some more detailed
  numbers and some fun kernel archaeology).

  First and foremost, modern systems should not be using this code.
  Typical Intel systems have not used it in over a decade because it is
  horribly inferior to MWAIT-based idle.

  Despite this, people do seem to be tripping over this workaround on
  AMD system today.

  Limit the "dummy wait" workaround to Intel systems.  Keep Modern AMD
  systems from tripping over the workaround.  Remotely modern Intel
  systems use intel_idle instead of this code and will, in practice,
  remain unaffected by the dummy wait.

  Reported-by: K Prateek Nayak 
  Suggested-by: Rafael J. Wysocki 
  Signed-off-by: Dave Hansen 
  Reviewed-by: Mario Limonciello 
  Tested-by: K Prateek Nayak 
  Link: 
https://lore.kernel.org/all/20220921063638.2489-1-kprateek.na...@amd.com/
  Link: https://lkml.kernel.org/r/20220922184745.3252932-1-dave.han...@intel.com

  FIX:

  This issue pertains to  all Zen based processors starting with
  Naples(Zen1). All LTS releases will need this fix:

  
https://github.com/torvalds/linux/commit/e400ad8b7e6a1b9102123c6240289a811501f7d9

  TESTCASE:

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[Kernel-packages] [Bug 1990985] Re: ACPI: processor idle: Practically limit "Dummy wait" workaround to old Intel systems

2023-01-12 Thread Ubuntu Kernel Bot
This bug is awaiting verification that the linux-aws/5.19.0-1018.19
kernel in -proposed solves the problem. Please test the kernel and
update this bug with the results. If the problem is solved, change the
tag 'verification-needed-kinetic' to 'verification-done-kinetic'. If the
problem still exists, change the tag 'verification-needed-kinetic' to
'verification-failed-kinetic'.

If verification is not done by 5 working days from today, this fix will
be dropped from the source code, and this bug will be closed.

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Title:
  ACPI: processor idle: Practically limit "Dummy wait" workaround to old
  Intel systems

Status in linux package in Ubuntu:
  In Progress
Status in linux source package in Bionic:
  Fix Released
Status in linux source package in Focal:
  Fix Released
Status in linux source package in Jammy:
  Fix Released
Status in linux source package in Kinetic:
  Fix Released

Bug description:
  IMPACT:
  Old, circa 2002 chipsets have a bug: they don't go idle when they are
  supposed to.  So, a workaround was added to slow the CPU down and
  ensure that the CPU waits a bit for the chipset to actually go idle.
  This workaround is ancient and has been in place in some form since
  the original kernel ACPI implementation.

  But, this workaround is very painful on modern systems.  The "inl()"
  can take thousands of cycles (see Link: for some more detailed
  numbers and some fun kernel archaeology).

  First and foremost, modern systems should not be using this code.
  Typical Intel systems have not used it in over a decade because it is
  horribly inferior to MWAIT-based idle.

  Despite this, people do seem to be tripping over this workaround on
  AMD system today.

  Limit the "dummy wait" workaround to Intel systems.  Keep Modern AMD
  systems from tripping over the workaround.  Remotely modern Intel
  systems use intel_idle instead of this code and will, in practice,
  remain unaffected by the dummy wait.

  Reported-by: K Prateek Nayak 
  Suggested-by: Rafael J. Wysocki 
  Signed-off-by: Dave Hansen 
  Reviewed-by: Mario Limonciello 
  Tested-by: K Prateek Nayak 
  Link: 
https://lore.kernel.org/all/20220921063638.2489-1-kprateek.na...@amd.com/
  Link: https://lkml.kernel.org/r/20220922184745.3252932-1-dave.han...@intel.com

  FIX:

  This issue pertains to  all Zen based processors starting with
  Naples(Zen1). All LTS releases will need this fix:

  
https://github.com/torvalds/linux/commit/e400ad8b7e6a1b9102123c6240289a811501f7d9

  TESTCASE:

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[Kernel-packages] [Bug 1990985] Re: ACPI: processor idle: Practically limit "Dummy wait" workaround to old Intel systems

2023-01-09 Thread Ubuntu Kernel Bot
This bug is awaiting verification that the linux-ibm/5.19.0-1015.16
kernel in -proposed solves the problem. Please test the kernel and
update this bug with the results. If the problem is solved, change the
tag 'verification-needed-kinetic' to 'verification-done-kinetic'. If the
problem still exists, change the tag 'verification-needed-kinetic' to
'verification-failed-kinetic'.

If verification is not done by 5 working days from today, this fix will
be dropped from the source code, and this bug will be closed.

See https://wiki.ubuntu.com/Testing/EnableProposed for documentation how
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Title:
  ACPI: processor idle: Practically limit "Dummy wait" workaround to old
  Intel systems

Status in linux package in Ubuntu:
  In Progress
Status in linux source package in Bionic:
  Fix Released
Status in linux source package in Focal:
  Fix Released
Status in linux source package in Jammy:
  Fix Released
Status in linux source package in Kinetic:
  Fix Released

Bug description:
  IMPACT:
  Old, circa 2002 chipsets have a bug: they don't go idle when they are
  supposed to.  So, a workaround was added to slow the CPU down and
  ensure that the CPU waits a bit for the chipset to actually go idle.
  This workaround is ancient and has been in place in some form since
  the original kernel ACPI implementation.

  But, this workaround is very painful on modern systems.  The "inl()"
  can take thousands of cycles (see Link: for some more detailed
  numbers and some fun kernel archaeology).

  First and foremost, modern systems should not be using this code.
  Typical Intel systems have not used it in over a decade because it is
  horribly inferior to MWAIT-based idle.

  Despite this, people do seem to be tripping over this workaround on
  AMD system today.

  Limit the "dummy wait" workaround to Intel systems.  Keep Modern AMD
  systems from tripping over the workaround.  Remotely modern Intel
  systems use intel_idle instead of this code and will, in practice,
  remain unaffected by the dummy wait.

  Reported-by: K Prateek Nayak 
  Suggested-by: Rafael J. Wysocki 
  Signed-off-by: Dave Hansen 
  Reviewed-by: Mario Limonciello 
  Tested-by: K Prateek Nayak 
  Link: 
https://lore.kernel.org/all/20220921063638.2489-1-kprateek.na...@amd.com/
  Link: https://lkml.kernel.org/r/20220922184745.3252932-1-dave.han...@intel.com

  FIX:

  This issue pertains to  all Zen based processors starting with
  Naples(Zen1). All LTS releases will need this fix:

  
https://github.com/torvalds/linux/commit/e400ad8b7e6a1b9102123c6240289a811501f7d9

  TESTCASE:

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[Kernel-packages] [Bug 1990985] Re: ACPI: processor idle: Practically limit "Dummy wait" workaround to old Intel systems

2023-01-06 Thread Tim Gardner
This bug looks like its been verified, but the bot has flipped the
verification tags. Setting back to done.

** Tags removed: verification-needed-focal verification-needed-jammy 
verification-needed-kinetic
** Tags added: verification-done-focal verification-done-jammy 
verification-done-kinetic

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Title:
  ACPI: processor idle: Practically limit "Dummy wait" workaround to old
  Intel systems

Status in linux package in Ubuntu:
  In Progress
Status in linux source package in Bionic:
  Fix Released
Status in linux source package in Focal:
  Fix Released
Status in linux source package in Jammy:
  Fix Released
Status in linux source package in Kinetic:
  Fix Released

Bug description:
  IMPACT:
  Old, circa 2002 chipsets have a bug: they don't go idle when they are
  supposed to.  So, a workaround was added to slow the CPU down and
  ensure that the CPU waits a bit for the chipset to actually go idle.
  This workaround is ancient and has been in place in some form since
  the original kernel ACPI implementation.

  But, this workaround is very painful on modern systems.  The "inl()"
  can take thousands of cycles (see Link: for some more detailed
  numbers and some fun kernel archaeology).

  First and foremost, modern systems should not be using this code.
  Typical Intel systems have not used it in over a decade because it is
  horribly inferior to MWAIT-based idle.

  Despite this, people do seem to be tripping over this workaround on
  AMD system today.

  Limit the "dummy wait" workaround to Intel systems.  Keep Modern AMD
  systems from tripping over the workaround.  Remotely modern Intel
  systems use intel_idle instead of this code and will, in practice,
  remain unaffected by the dummy wait.

  Reported-by: K Prateek Nayak 
  Suggested-by: Rafael J. Wysocki 
  Signed-off-by: Dave Hansen 
  Reviewed-by: Mario Limonciello 
  Tested-by: K Prateek Nayak 
  Link: 
https://lore.kernel.org/all/20220921063638.2489-1-kprateek.na...@amd.com/
  Link: https://lkml.kernel.org/r/20220922184745.3252932-1-dave.han...@intel.com

  FIX:

  This issue pertains to  all Zen based processors starting with
  Naples(Zen1). All LTS releases will need this fix:

  
https://github.com/torvalds/linux/commit/e400ad8b7e6a1b9102123c6240289a811501f7d9

  TESTCASE:

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[Kernel-packages] [Bug 1990985] Re: ACPI: processor idle: Practically limit "Dummy wait" workaround to old Intel systems

2023-01-05 Thread Launchpad Bug Tracker
This bug was fixed in the package linux - 5.19.0-28.29

---
linux (5.19.0-28.29) kinetic; urgency=medium

  * kinetic/linux: 5.19.0-28.29 -proposed tracker (LP: #1999746)

  * mm:vma05 in ubuntu_ltp fails with '[vdso] bug not patched' on kinetic/linux
5.19.0-27.28 (LP: #1999094)
- fix coredump breakage

linux (5.19.0-27.28) kinetic; urgency=medium

  * kinetic/linux: 5.19.0-27.28 -proposed tracker (LP: #1997794)

  * Packaging resync (LP: #1786013)
- debian/dkms-versions -- update from kernel-versions (main/2022.11.14)

  * selftests/.../nat6to4  breaks the selftests build (LP: #1996536)
- [Config] Disable selftests/net/bpf/nat6to4

  * Expose built-in trusted and revoked certificates (LP: #1996892)
- [Packaging] Expose built-in trusted and revoked certificates

  * support for same series backports versioning numbers (LP: #1993563)
- [Packaging] sameport -- add support for sameport versioning

  * Add cs35l41 firmware loading support (LP: #1995957)
- ASoC: cs35l41: Move cs35l41 exit hibernate function into shared code
- ASoC: cs35l41: Add common cs35l41 enter hibernate function
- ASoC: cs35l41: Do not print error when waking from hibernation
- ALSA: hda: cs35l41: Don't dereference fwnode handle
- ALSA: hda: cs35l41: Allow compilation test on non-ACPI configurations
- ALSA: hda: cs35l41: Drop wrong use of ACPI_PTR()
- ALSA: hda: cs35l41: Consolidate selections under SND_HDA_SCODEC_CS35L41
- ALSA: hda: hda_cs_dsp_ctl: Add Library to support CS_DSP ALSA controls
- ALSA: hda: hda_cs_dsp_ctl: Add apis to write the controls directly
- ALSA: hda: cs35l41: Save codec object inside component struct
- ALSA: hda: cs35l41: Add initial DSP support and firmware loading
- ALSA: hda: cs35l41: Save Subsystem ID inside CS35L41 Driver
- ALSA: hda: cs35l41: Support reading subsystem id from ACPI
- ALSA: hda: cs35l41: Support multiple load paths for firmware
- ALSA: hda: cs35l41: Support Speaker ID for laptops
- ALSA: hda: cs35l41: Support Hibernation during Suspend
- ALSA: hda: cs35l41: Read Speaker Calibration data from UEFI variables
- ALSA: hda: hda_cs_dsp_ctl: Add fw id strings
- ALSA: hda: cs35l41: Add defaulted values into dsp bypass config sequence
- ALSA: hda: cs35l41: Support Firmware switching and reloading
- ALSA: hda: cs35l41: Add module parameter to control firmware load
- Revert "ALSA: hda: cs35l41: Allow compilation test on non-ACPI
  configurations"
- ALSA: hda/realtek: More robust component matching for CS35L41
- [Config] updateconfigs for SND_HDA_CS_DSP_CONTROLS

  *  Fibocom WWAN FM350-GL suspend error (notebook not suspend) (LP: #1990700)
- net: wwan: t7xx: Add AP CLDMA

  * Screen cannot turn on after screen off with Matrox G200eW3 [102b:0536]
(LP: #1995573)
- drm/mgag200: Optimize damage clips
- drm/mgag200: Add FB_DAMAGE_CLIPS support
- drm/mgag200: Enable atomic gamma lut update

  * TEE Support for CCP driver (LP: #1991608)
- crypto: ccp: Add support for TEE for PCI ID 0x14CA

  * AMD Cezanne takes 5 minutes to wake up from suspend (LP: #1993715)
- platform/x86/amd: pmc: Read SMU version during suspend on Cezanne systems

  * Fix ath11k deadlock on WCN6855 (LP: #1995041)
- wifi: ath11k: avoid deadlock during regulatory update in
  ath11k_regd_update()

  * intel_pmc_core not load on Raptor Lake (LP: #1988461)
- x86/cpu: Add new Raptor Lake CPU model number
- platform/x86/intel: pmc/core: Add Raptor Lake support to pmc core driver

  * [UBUNTU 20.04] boot: Add s390x secure boot trailer (LP: #1996071)
- s390/boot: add secure boot trailer

  * Fix rfkill causing soft blocked wifi (LP: #1996198)
- platform/x86: hp_wmi: Fix rfkill causing soft blocked wifi

  * Support Icicle Kit reference design v2022.10 (LP: #1993148)
- riscv: dts: microchip: icicle: re-jig fabric peripheral addresses
- riscv: dts: microchip: reduce the fic3 clock rate
- riscv: dts: microchip: update memory configuration for v2022.10
- riscv: dts: microchip: fix fabric i2c reg size
- SAUCE: riscv: dts: microchip: Disable PCIe on the Icicle Kit

  * Fix Turbostat is not working for fam: 6 model: 191: stepping: 2 CPU
(LP: #1991365)
- tools/power turbostat: Add support for RPL-S

  * armhf kernel compiled with gcc-12 fails to boot on pi 3/2 (LP: #1993120)
- [Packaging] Support arch-specific compilers in updateconfigs

  * Kinetic update: v5.19.17 upstream stable release (LP: #1994179)
- Revert "fs: check FMODE_LSEEK to control internal pipe splicing"
- ALSA: oss: Fix potential deadlock at unregistration
- ALSA: rawmidi: Drop register_mutex in snd_rawmidi_free()
- ALSA: usb-audio: Fix potential memory leaks
- ALSA: usb-audio: Fix NULL dererence at error path
- ALSA: hda/realtek: remove ALC289_FIXUP_DUAL_SPK for Dell 5530
- ALSA: hda/realtek: Correct pin configs for ASUS G533Z
- ALSA: 

[Kernel-packages] [Bug 1990985] Re: ACPI: processor idle: Practically limit "Dummy wait" workaround to old Intel systems

2022-12-15 Thread Ubuntu Kernel Bot
This bug is awaiting verification that the linux-xilinx-
zynqmp/5.4.0-1020.24 kernel in -proposed solves the problem. Please test
the kernel and update this bug with the results. If the problem is
solved, change the tag 'verification-needed-focal' to 'verification-
done-focal'. If the problem still exists, change the tag 'verification-
needed-focal' to 'verification-failed-focal'.

If verification is not done by 5 working days from today, this fix will
be dropped from the source code, and this bug will be closed.

See https://wiki.ubuntu.com/Testing/EnableProposed for documentation how
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Title:
  ACPI: processor idle: Practically limit "Dummy wait" workaround to old
  Intel systems

Status in linux package in Ubuntu:
  In Progress
Status in linux source package in Bionic:
  Fix Released
Status in linux source package in Focal:
  Fix Released
Status in linux source package in Jammy:
  Fix Released
Status in linux source package in Kinetic:
  Fix Committed

Bug description:
  IMPACT:
  Old, circa 2002 chipsets have a bug: they don't go idle when they are
  supposed to.  So, a workaround was added to slow the CPU down and
  ensure that the CPU waits a bit for the chipset to actually go idle.
  This workaround is ancient and has been in place in some form since
  the original kernel ACPI implementation.

  But, this workaround is very painful on modern systems.  The "inl()"
  can take thousands of cycles (see Link: for some more detailed
  numbers and some fun kernel archaeology).

  First and foremost, modern systems should not be using this code.
  Typical Intel systems have not used it in over a decade because it is
  horribly inferior to MWAIT-based idle.

  Despite this, people do seem to be tripping over this workaround on
  AMD system today.

  Limit the "dummy wait" workaround to Intel systems.  Keep Modern AMD
  systems from tripping over the workaround.  Remotely modern Intel
  systems use intel_idle instead of this code and will, in practice,
  remain unaffected by the dummy wait.

  Reported-by: K Prateek Nayak 
  Suggested-by: Rafael J. Wysocki 
  Signed-off-by: Dave Hansen 
  Reviewed-by: Mario Limonciello 
  Tested-by: K Prateek Nayak 
  Link: 
https://lore.kernel.org/all/20220921063638.2489-1-kprateek.na...@amd.com/
  Link: https://lkml.kernel.org/r/20220922184745.3252932-1-dave.han...@intel.com

  FIX:

  This issue pertains to  all Zen based processors starting with
  Naples(Zen1). All LTS releases will need this fix:

  
https://github.com/torvalds/linux/commit/e400ad8b7e6a1b9102123c6240289a811501f7d9

  TESTCASE:

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[Kernel-packages] [Bug 1990985] Re: ACPI: processor idle: Practically limit "Dummy wait" workaround to old Intel systems

2022-12-13 Thread Ubuntu Kernel Bot
This bug is awaiting verification that the linux-azure/5.4.0-1100.106
kernel in -proposed solves the problem. Please test the kernel and
update this bug with the results. If the problem is solved, change the
tag 'verification-needed-focal' to 'verification-done-focal'. If the
problem still exists, change the tag 'verification-needed-focal' to
'verification-failed-focal'.

If verification is not done by 5 working days from today, this fix will
be dropped from the source code, and this bug will be closed.

See https://wiki.ubuntu.com/Testing/EnableProposed for documentation how
to enable and use -proposed. Thank you!


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Title:
  ACPI: processor idle: Practically limit "Dummy wait" workaround to old
  Intel systems

Status in linux package in Ubuntu:
  In Progress
Status in linux source package in Bionic:
  Fix Released
Status in linux source package in Focal:
  Fix Released
Status in linux source package in Jammy:
  Fix Released
Status in linux source package in Kinetic:
  Fix Committed

Bug description:
  IMPACT:
  Old, circa 2002 chipsets have a bug: they don't go idle when they are
  supposed to.  So, a workaround was added to slow the CPU down and
  ensure that the CPU waits a bit for the chipset to actually go idle.
  This workaround is ancient and has been in place in some form since
  the original kernel ACPI implementation.

  But, this workaround is very painful on modern systems.  The "inl()"
  can take thousands of cycles (see Link: for some more detailed
  numbers and some fun kernel archaeology).

  First and foremost, modern systems should not be using this code.
  Typical Intel systems have not used it in over a decade because it is
  horribly inferior to MWAIT-based idle.

  Despite this, people do seem to be tripping over this workaround on
  AMD system today.

  Limit the "dummy wait" workaround to Intel systems.  Keep Modern AMD
  systems from tripping over the workaround.  Remotely modern Intel
  systems use intel_idle instead of this code and will, in practice,
  remain unaffected by the dummy wait.

  Reported-by: K Prateek Nayak 
  Suggested-by: Rafael J. Wysocki 
  Signed-off-by: Dave Hansen 
  Reviewed-by: Mario Limonciello 
  Tested-by: K Prateek Nayak 
  Link: 
https://lore.kernel.org/all/20220921063638.2489-1-kprateek.na...@amd.com/
  Link: https://lkml.kernel.org/r/20220922184745.3252932-1-dave.han...@intel.com

  FIX:

  This issue pertains to  all Zen based processors starting with
  Naples(Zen1). All LTS releases will need this fix:

  
https://github.com/torvalds/linux/commit/e400ad8b7e6a1b9102123c6240289a811501f7d9

  TESTCASE:

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[Kernel-packages] [Bug 1990985] Re: ACPI: processor idle: Practically limit "Dummy wait" workaround to old Intel systems

2022-12-12 Thread Ubuntu Kernel Bot
This bug is awaiting verification that the linux-nvidia/5.15.0-1011.11
kernel in -proposed solves the problem. Please test the kernel and
update this bug with the results. If the problem is solved, change the
tag 'verification-needed-jammy' to 'verification-done-jammy'. If the
problem still exists, change the tag 'verification-needed-jammy' to
'verification-failed-jammy'.

If verification is not done by 5 working days from today, this fix will
be dropped from the source code, and this bug will be closed.

See https://wiki.ubuntu.com/Testing/EnableProposed for documentation how
to enable and use -proposed. Thank you!


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Title:
  ACPI: processor idle: Practically limit "Dummy wait" workaround to old
  Intel systems

Status in linux package in Ubuntu:
  In Progress
Status in linux source package in Bionic:
  Fix Released
Status in linux source package in Focal:
  Fix Released
Status in linux source package in Jammy:
  Fix Released
Status in linux source package in Kinetic:
  Fix Committed

Bug description:
  IMPACT:
  Old, circa 2002 chipsets have a bug: they don't go idle when they are
  supposed to.  So, a workaround was added to slow the CPU down and
  ensure that the CPU waits a bit for the chipset to actually go idle.
  This workaround is ancient and has been in place in some form since
  the original kernel ACPI implementation.

  But, this workaround is very painful on modern systems.  The "inl()"
  can take thousands of cycles (see Link: for some more detailed
  numbers and some fun kernel archaeology).

  First and foremost, modern systems should not be using this code.
  Typical Intel systems have not used it in over a decade because it is
  horribly inferior to MWAIT-based idle.

  Despite this, people do seem to be tripping over this workaround on
  AMD system today.

  Limit the "dummy wait" workaround to Intel systems.  Keep Modern AMD
  systems from tripping over the workaround.  Remotely modern Intel
  systems use intel_idle instead of this code and will, in practice,
  remain unaffected by the dummy wait.

  Reported-by: K Prateek Nayak 
  Suggested-by: Rafael J. Wysocki 
  Signed-off-by: Dave Hansen 
  Reviewed-by: Mario Limonciello 
  Tested-by: K Prateek Nayak 
  Link: 
https://lore.kernel.org/all/20220921063638.2489-1-kprateek.na...@amd.com/
  Link: https://lkml.kernel.org/r/20220922184745.3252932-1-dave.han...@intel.com

  FIX:

  This issue pertains to  all Zen based processors starting with
  Naples(Zen1). All LTS releases will need this fix:

  
https://github.com/torvalds/linux/commit/e400ad8b7e6a1b9102123c6240289a811501f7d9

  TESTCASE:

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[Kernel-packages] [Bug 1990985] Re: ACPI: processor idle: Practically limit "Dummy wait" workaround to old Intel systems

2022-12-08 Thread Ubuntu Kernel Bot
This bug is awaiting verification that the linux-
bluefield/5.15.0-1010.12 kernel in -proposed solves the problem. Please
test the kernel and update this bug with the results. If the problem is
solved, change the tag 'verification-needed-jammy' to 'verification-
done-jammy'. If the problem still exists, change the tag 'verification-
needed-jammy' to 'verification-failed-jammy'.

If verification is not done by 5 working days from today, this fix will
be dropped from the source code, and this bug will be closed.

See https://wiki.ubuntu.com/Testing/EnableProposed for documentation how
to enable and use -proposed. Thank you!


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Title:
  ACPI: processor idle: Practically limit "Dummy wait" workaround to old
  Intel systems

Status in linux package in Ubuntu:
  In Progress
Status in linux source package in Bionic:
  Fix Released
Status in linux source package in Focal:
  Fix Released
Status in linux source package in Jammy:
  Fix Released
Status in linux source package in Kinetic:
  Fix Committed

Bug description:
  IMPACT:
  Old, circa 2002 chipsets have a bug: they don't go idle when they are
  supposed to.  So, a workaround was added to slow the CPU down and
  ensure that the CPU waits a bit for the chipset to actually go idle.
  This workaround is ancient and has been in place in some form since
  the original kernel ACPI implementation.

  But, this workaround is very painful on modern systems.  The "inl()"
  can take thousands of cycles (see Link: for some more detailed
  numbers and some fun kernel archaeology).

  First and foremost, modern systems should not be using this code.
  Typical Intel systems have not used it in over a decade because it is
  horribly inferior to MWAIT-based idle.

  Despite this, people do seem to be tripping over this workaround on
  AMD system today.

  Limit the "dummy wait" workaround to Intel systems.  Keep Modern AMD
  systems from tripping over the workaround.  Remotely modern Intel
  systems use intel_idle instead of this code and will, in practice,
  remain unaffected by the dummy wait.

  Reported-by: K Prateek Nayak 
  Suggested-by: Rafael J. Wysocki 
  Signed-off-by: Dave Hansen 
  Reviewed-by: Mario Limonciello 
  Tested-by: K Prateek Nayak 
  Link: 
https://lore.kernel.org/all/20220921063638.2489-1-kprateek.na...@amd.com/
  Link: https://lkml.kernel.org/r/20220922184745.3252932-1-dave.han...@intel.com

  FIX:

  This issue pertains to  all Zen based processors starting with
  Naples(Zen1). All LTS releases will need this fix:

  
https://github.com/torvalds/linux/commit/e400ad8b7e6a1b9102123c6240289a811501f7d9

  TESTCASE:

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[Kernel-packages] [Bug 1990985] Re: ACPI: processor idle: Practically limit "Dummy wait" workaround to old Intel systems

2022-12-08 Thread Ubuntu Kernel Bot
This bug is awaiting verification that the linux/5.19.0-27.28 kernel in
-proposed solves the problem. Please test the kernel and update this bug
with the results. If the problem is solved, change the tag
'verification-needed-kinetic' to 'verification-done-kinetic'. If the
problem still exists, change the tag 'verification-needed-kinetic' to
'verification-failed-kinetic'.

If verification is not done by 5 working days from today, this fix will
be dropped from the source code, and this bug will be closed.

See https://wiki.ubuntu.com/Testing/EnableProposed for documentation how
to enable and use -proposed. Thank you!


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Title:
  ACPI: processor idle: Practically limit "Dummy wait" workaround to old
  Intel systems

Status in linux package in Ubuntu:
  In Progress
Status in linux source package in Bionic:
  Fix Released
Status in linux source package in Focal:
  Fix Released
Status in linux source package in Jammy:
  Fix Released
Status in linux source package in Kinetic:
  Fix Committed

Bug description:
  IMPACT:
  Old, circa 2002 chipsets have a bug: they don't go idle when they are
  supposed to.  So, a workaround was added to slow the CPU down and
  ensure that the CPU waits a bit for the chipset to actually go idle.
  This workaround is ancient and has been in place in some form since
  the original kernel ACPI implementation.

  But, this workaround is very painful on modern systems.  The "inl()"
  can take thousands of cycles (see Link: for some more detailed
  numbers and some fun kernel archaeology).

  First and foremost, modern systems should not be using this code.
  Typical Intel systems have not used it in over a decade because it is
  horribly inferior to MWAIT-based idle.

  Despite this, people do seem to be tripping over this workaround on
  AMD system today.

  Limit the "dummy wait" workaround to Intel systems.  Keep Modern AMD
  systems from tripping over the workaround.  Remotely modern Intel
  systems use intel_idle instead of this code and will, in practice,
  remain unaffected by the dummy wait.

  Reported-by: K Prateek Nayak 
  Suggested-by: Rafael J. Wysocki 
  Signed-off-by: Dave Hansen 
  Reviewed-by: Mario Limonciello 
  Tested-by: K Prateek Nayak 
  Link: 
https://lore.kernel.org/all/20220921063638.2489-1-kprateek.na...@amd.com/
  Link: https://lkml.kernel.org/r/20220922184745.3252932-1-dave.han...@intel.com

  FIX:

  This issue pertains to  all Zen based processors starting with
  Naples(Zen1). All LTS releases will need this fix:

  
https://github.com/torvalds/linux/commit/e400ad8b7e6a1b9102123c6240289a811501f7d9

  TESTCASE:

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[Kernel-packages] [Bug 1990985] Re: ACPI: processor idle: Practically limit "Dummy wait" workaround to old Intel systems

2022-12-08 Thread Kim Naru
** Tags removed: kernel-spammed-bionic-linux-azure-4.15 
kernel-spammed-jammy-linux-bluefield kernel-spammed-kinetic-linux 
verification-needed-bionic verification-needed-jammy verification-needed-kinetic
** Tags added: verification-done-bionic verification-done-jammy 
verification-done-kinetic

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Title:
  ACPI: processor idle: Practically limit "Dummy wait" workaround to old
  Intel systems

Status in linux package in Ubuntu:
  In Progress
Status in linux source package in Bionic:
  Fix Released
Status in linux source package in Focal:
  Fix Released
Status in linux source package in Jammy:
  Fix Released
Status in linux source package in Kinetic:
  Fix Committed

Bug description:
  IMPACT:
  Old, circa 2002 chipsets have a bug: they don't go idle when they are
  supposed to.  So, a workaround was added to slow the CPU down and
  ensure that the CPU waits a bit for the chipset to actually go idle.
  This workaround is ancient and has been in place in some form since
  the original kernel ACPI implementation.

  But, this workaround is very painful on modern systems.  The "inl()"
  can take thousands of cycles (see Link: for some more detailed
  numbers and some fun kernel archaeology).

  First and foremost, modern systems should not be using this code.
  Typical Intel systems have not used it in over a decade because it is
  horribly inferior to MWAIT-based idle.

  Despite this, people do seem to be tripping over this workaround on
  AMD system today.

  Limit the "dummy wait" workaround to Intel systems.  Keep Modern AMD
  systems from tripping over the workaround.  Remotely modern Intel
  systems use intel_idle instead of this code and will, in practice,
  remain unaffected by the dummy wait.

  Reported-by: K Prateek Nayak 
  Suggested-by: Rafael J. Wysocki 
  Signed-off-by: Dave Hansen 
  Reviewed-by: Mario Limonciello 
  Tested-by: K Prateek Nayak 
  Link: 
https://lore.kernel.org/all/20220921063638.2489-1-kprateek.na...@amd.com/
  Link: https://lkml.kernel.org/r/20220922184745.3252932-1-dave.han...@intel.com

  FIX:

  This issue pertains to  all Zen based processors starting with
  Naples(Zen1). All LTS releases will need this fix:

  
https://github.com/torvalds/linux/commit/e400ad8b7e6a1b9102123c6240289a811501f7d9

  TESTCASE:

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[Kernel-packages] [Bug 1990985] Re: ACPI: processor idle: Practically limit "Dummy wait" workaround to old Intel systems

2022-12-07 Thread Ubuntu Kernel Bot
This bug is awaiting verification that the linux/5.19.0-27.28 kernel in
-proposed solves the problem. Please test the kernel and update this bug
with the results. If the problem is solved, change the tag
'verification-needed-kinetic' to 'verification-done-kinetic'. If the
problem still exists, change the tag 'verification-needed-kinetic' to
'verification-failed-kinetic'.

If verification is not done by 5 working days from today, this fix will
be dropped from the source code, and this bug will be closed.

See https://wiki.ubuntu.com/Testing/EnableProposed for documentation how
to enable and use -proposed. Thank you!


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Title:
  ACPI: processor idle: Practically limit "Dummy wait" workaround to old
  Intel systems

Status in linux package in Ubuntu:
  In Progress
Status in linux source package in Bionic:
  Fix Released
Status in linux source package in Focal:
  Fix Released
Status in linux source package in Jammy:
  Fix Released
Status in linux source package in Kinetic:
  Fix Committed

Bug description:
  IMPACT:
  Old, circa 2002 chipsets have a bug: they don't go idle when they are
  supposed to.  So, a workaround was added to slow the CPU down and
  ensure that the CPU waits a bit for the chipset to actually go idle.
  This workaround is ancient and has been in place in some form since
  the original kernel ACPI implementation.

  But, this workaround is very painful on modern systems.  The "inl()"
  can take thousands of cycles (see Link: for some more detailed
  numbers and some fun kernel archaeology).

  First and foremost, modern systems should not be using this code.
  Typical Intel systems have not used it in over a decade because it is
  horribly inferior to MWAIT-based idle.

  Despite this, people do seem to be tripping over this workaround on
  AMD system today.

  Limit the "dummy wait" workaround to Intel systems.  Keep Modern AMD
  systems from tripping over the workaround.  Remotely modern Intel
  systems use intel_idle instead of this code and will, in practice,
  remain unaffected by the dummy wait.

  Reported-by: K Prateek Nayak 
  Suggested-by: Rafael J. Wysocki 
  Signed-off-by: Dave Hansen 
  Reviewed-by: Mario Limonciello 
  Tested-by: K Prateek Nayak 
  Link: 
https://lore.kernel.org/all/20220921063638.2489-1-kprateek.na...@amd.com/
  Link: https://lkml.kernel.org/r/20220922184745.3252932-1-dave.han...@intel.com

  FIX:

  This issue pertains to  all Zen based processors starting with
  Naples(Zen1). All LTS releases will need this fix:

  
https://github.com/torvalds/linux/commit/e400ad8b7e6a1b9102123c6240289a811501f7d9

  TESTCASE:

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[Kernel-packages] [Bug 1990985] Re: ACPI: processor idle: Practically limit "Dummy wait" workaround to old Intel systems

2022-12-07 Thread Ubuntu Kernel Bot
This bug is awaiting verification that the linux-
bluefield/5.15.0-1010.12 kernel in -proposed solves the problem. Please
test the kernel and update this bug with the results. If the problem is
solved, change the tag 'verification-needed-jammy' to 'verification-
done-jammy'. If the problem still exists, change the tag 'verification-
needed-jammy' to 'verification-failed-jammy'.

If verification is not done by 5 working days from today, this fix will
be dropped from the source code, and this bug will be closed.

See https://wiki.ubuntu.com/Testing/EnableProposed for documentation how
to enable and use -proposed. Thank you!


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Title:
  ACPI: processor idle: Practically limit "Dummy wait" workaround to old
  Intel systems

Status in linux package in Ubuntu:
  In Progress
Status in linux source package in Bionic:
  Fix Released
Status in linux source package in Focal:
  Fix Released
Status in linux source package in Jammy:
  Fix Released
Status in linux source package in Kinetic:
  Fix Committed

Bug description:
  IMPACT:
  Old, circa 2002 chipsets have a bug: they don't go idle when they are
  supposed to.  So, a workaround was added to slow the CPU down and
  ensure that the CPU waits a bit for the chipset to actually go idle.
  This workaround is ancient and has been in place in some form since
  the original kernel ACPI implementation.

  But, this workaround is very painful on modern systems.  The "inl()"
  can take thousands of cycles (see Link: for some more detailed
  numbers and some fun kernel archaeology).

  First and foremost, modern systems should not be using this code.
  Typical Intel systems have not used it in over a decade because it is
  horribly inferior to MWAIT-based idle.

  Despite this, people do seem to be tripping over this workaround on
  AMD system today.

  Limit the "dummy wait" workaround to Intel systems.  Keep Modern AMD
  systems from tripping over the workaround.  Remotely modern Intel
  systems use intel_idle instead of this code and will, in practice,
  remain unaffected by the dummy wait.

  Reported-by: K Prateek Nayak 
  Suggested-by: Rafael J. Wysocki 
  Signed-off-by: Dave Hansen 
  Reviewed-by: Mario Limonciello 
  Tested-by: K Prateek Nayak 
  Link: 
https://lore.kernel.org/all/20220921063638.2489-1-kprateek.na...@amd.com/
  Link: https://lkml.kernel.org/r/20220922184745.3252932-1-dave.han...@intel.com

  FIX:

  This issue pertains to  all Zen based processors starting with
  Naples(Zen1). All LTS releases will need this fix:

  
https://github.com/torvalds/linux/commit/e400ad8b7e6a1b9102123c6240289a811501f7d9

  TESTCASE:

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[Kernel-packages] [Bug 1990985] Re: ACPI: processor idle: Practically limit "Dummy wait" workaround to old Intel systems

2022-12-07 Thread Ubuntu Kernel Bot
This bug is awaiting verification that the linux-
azure-4.15/4.15.0-1157.172 kernel in -proposed solves the problem.
Please test the kernel and update this bug with the results. If the
problem is solved, change the tag 'verification-needed-bionic' to
'verification-done-bionic'. If the problem still exists, change the tag
'verification-needed-bionic' to 'verification-failed-bionic'.

If verification is not done by 5 working days from today, this fix will
be dropped from the source code, and this bug will be closed.

See https://wiki.ubuntu.com/Testing/EnableProposed for documentation how
to enable and use -proposed. Thank you!


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Title:
  ACPI: processor idle: Practically limit "Dummy wait" workaround to old
  Intel systems

Status in linux package in Ubuntu:
  In Progress
Status in linux source package in Bionic:
  Fix Released
Status in linux source package in Focal:
  Fix Released
Status in linux source package in Jammy:
  Fix Released
Status in linux source package in Kinetic:
  Fix Committed

Bug description:
  IMPACT:
  Old, circa 2002 chipsets have a bug: they don't go idle when they are
  supposed to.  So, a workaround was added to slow the CPU down and
  ensure that the CPU waits a bit for the chipset to actually go idle.
  This workaround is ancient and has been in place in some form since
  the original kernel ACPI implementation.

  But, this workaround is very painful on modern systems.  The "inl()"
  can take thousands of cycles (see Link: for some more detailed
  numbers and some fun kernel archaeology).

  First and foremost, modern systems should not be using this code.
  Typical Intel systems have not used it in over a decade because it is
  horribly inferior to MWAIT-based idle.

  Despite this, people do seem to be tripping over this workaround on
  AMD system today.

  Limit the "dummy wait" workaround to Intel systems.  Keep Modern AMD
  systems from tripping over the workaround.  Remotely modern Intel
  systems use intel_idle instead of this code and will, in practice,
  remain unaffected by the dummy wait.

  Reported-by: K Prateek Nayak 
  Suggested-by: Rafael J. Wysocki 
  Signed-off-by: Dave Hansen 
  Reviewed-by: Mario Limonciello 
  Tested-by: K Prateek Nayak 
  Link: 
https://lore.kernel.org/all/20220921063638.2489-1-kprateek.na...@amd.com/
  Link: https://lkml.kernel.org/r/20220922184745.3252932-1-dave.han...@intel.com

  FIX:

  This issue pertains to  all Zen based processors starting with
  Naples(Zen1). All LTS releases will need this fix:

  
https://github.com/torvalds/linux/commit/e400ad8b7e6a1b9102123c6240289a811501f7d9

  TESTCASE:

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[Kernel-packages] [Bug 1990985] Re: ACPI: processor idle: Practically limit "Dummy wait" workaround to old Intel systems

2022-12-07 Thread Kim Naru
** Tags removed: kernel-spammed-bionic-linux-azure-4.15 
kernel-spammed-jammy-linux-bluefield kernel-spammed-kinetic-linux 
verification-needed-bionic verification-needed-jammy verification-needed-kinetic
** Tags added: verification- verification-done-jammy

** Tags removed: verification-

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Title:
  ACPI: processor idle: Practically limit "Dummy wait" workaround to old
  Intel systems

Status in linux package in Ubuntu:
  In Progress
Status in linux source package in Bionic:
  Fix Released
Status in linux source package in Focal:
  Fix Released
Status in linux source package in Jammy:
  Fix Released
Status in linux source package in Kinetic:
  Fix Committed

Bug description:
  IMPACT:
  Old, circa 2002 chipsets have a bug: they don't go idle when they are
  supposed to.  So, a workaround was added to slow the CPU down and
  ensure that the CPU waits a bit for the chipset to actually go idle.
  This workaround is ancient and has been in place in some form since
  the original kernel ACPI implementation.

  But, this workaround is very painful on modern systems.  The "inl()"
  can take thousands of cycles (see Link: for some more detailed
  numbers and some fun kernel archaeology).

  First and foremost, modern systems should not be using this code.
  Typical Intel systems have not used it in over a decade because it is
  horribly inferior to MWAIT-based idle.

  Despite this, people do seem to be tripping over this workaround on
  AMD system today.

  Limit the "dummy wait" workaround to Intel systems.  Keep Modern AMD
  systems from tripping over the workaround.  Remotely modern Intel
  systems use intel_idle instead of this code and will, in practice,
  remain unaffected by the dummy wait.

  Reported-by: K Prateek Nayak 
  Suggested-by: Rafael J. Wysocki 
  Signed-off-by: Dave Hansen 
  Reviewed-by: Mario Limonciello 
  Tested-by: K Prateek Nayak 
  Link: 
https://lore.kernel.org/all/20220921063638.2489-1-kprateek.na...@amd.com/
  Link: https://lkml.kernel.org/r/20220922184745.3252932-1-dave.han...@intel.com

  FIX:

  This issue pertains to  all Zen based processors starting with
  Naples(Zen1). All LTS releases will need this fix:

  
https://github.com/torvalds/linux/commit/e400ad8b7e6a1b9102123c6240289a811501f7d9

  TESTCASE:

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[Kernel-packages] [Bug 1990985] Re: ACPI: processor idle: Practically limit "Dummy wait" workaround to old Intel systems

2022-12-07 Thread Ubuntu Kernel Bot
This bug is awaiting verification that the linux-
azure-4.15/4.15.0-1157.172 kernel in -proposed solves the problem.
Please test the kernel and update this bug with the results. If the
problem is solved, change the tag 'verification-needed-bionic' to
'verification-done-bionic'. If the problem still exists, change the tag
'verification-needed-bionic' to 'verification-failed-bionic'.

If verification is not done by 5 working days from today, this fix will
be dropped from the source code, and this bug will be closed.

See https://wiki.ubuntu.com/Testing/EnableProposed for documentation how
to enable and use -proposed. Thank you!


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Title:
  ACPI: processor idle: Practically limit "Dummy wait" workaround to old
  Intel systems

Status in linux package in Ubuntu:
  In Progress
Status in linux source package in Bionic:
  Fix Released
Status in linux source package in Focal:
  Fix Released
Status in linux source package in Jammy:
  Fix Released
Status in linux source package in Kinetic:
  Fix Committed

Bug description:
  IMPACT:
  Old, circa 2002 chipsets have a bug: they don't go idle when they are
  supposed to.  So, a workaround was added to slow the CPU down and
  ensure that the CPU waits a bit for the chipset to actually go idle.
  This workaround is ancient and has been in place in some form since
  the original kernel ACPI implementation.

  But, this workaround is very painful on modern systems.  The "inl()"
  can take thousands of cycles (see Link: for some more detailed
  numbers and some fun kernel archaeology).

  First and foremost, modern systems should not be using this code.
  Typical Intel systems have not used it in over a decade because it is
  horribly inferior to MWAIT-based idle.

  Despite this, people do seem to be tripping over this workaround on
  AMD system today.

  Limit the "dummy wait" workaround to Intel systems.  Keep Modern AMD
  systems from tripping over the workaround.  Remotely modern Intel
  systems use intel_idle instead of this code and will, in practice,
  remain unaffected by the dummy wait.

  Reported-by: K Prateek Nayak 
  Suggested-by: Rafael J. Wysocki 
  Signed-off-by: Dave Hansen 
  Reviewed-by: Mario Limonciello 
  Tested-by: K Prateek Nayak 
  Link: 
https://lore.kernel.org/all/20220921063638.2489-1-kprateek.na...@amd.com/
  Link: https://lkml.kernel.org/r/20220922184745.3252932-1-dave.han...@intel.com

  FIX:

  This issue pertains to  all Zen based processors starting with
  Naples(Zen1). All LTS releases will need this fix:

  
https://github.com/torvalds/linux/commit/e400ad8b7e6a1b9102123c6240289a811501f7d9

  TESTCASE:

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[Kernel-packages] [Bug 1990985] Re: ACPI: processor idle: Practically limit "Dummy wait" workaround to old Intel systems

2022-12-07 Thread Ubuntu Kernel Bot
This bug is awaiting verification that the linux-
bluefield/5.15.0-1010.12 kernel in -proposed solves the problem. Please
test the kernel and update this bug with the results. If the problem is
solved, change the tag 'verification-needed-jammy' to 'verification-
done-jammy'. If the problem still exists, change the tag 'verification-
needed-jammy' to 'verification-failed-jammy'.

If verification is not done by 5 working days from today, this fix will
be dropped from the source code, and this bug will be closed.

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Title:
  ACPI: processor idle: Practically limit "Dummy wait" workaround to old
  Intel systems

Status in linux package in Ubuntu:
  In Progress
Status in linux source package in Bionic:
  Fix Released
Status in linux source package in Focal:
  Fix Released
Status in linux source package in Jammy:
  Fix Released
Status in linux source package in Kinetic:
  Fix Committed

Bug description:
  IMPACT:
  Old, circa 2002 chipsets have a bug: they don't go idle when they are
  supposed to.  So, a workaround was added to slow the CPU down and
  ensure that the CPU waits a bit for the chipset to actually go idle.
  This workaround is ancient and has been in place in some form since
  the original kernel ACPI implementation.

  But, this workaround is very painful on modern systems.  The "inl()"
  can take thousands of cycles (see Link: for some more detailed
  numbers and some fun kernel archaeology).

  First and foremost, modern systems should not be using this code.
  Typical Intel systems have not used it in over a decade because it is
  horribly inferior to MWAIT-based idle.

  Despite this, people do seem to be tripping over this workaround on
  AMD system today.

  Limit the "dummy wait" workaround to Intel systems.  Keep Modern AMD
  systems from tripping over the workaround.  Remotely modern Intel
  systems use intel_idle instead of this code and will, in practice,
  remain unaffected by the dummy wait.

  Reported-by: K Prateek Nayak 
  Suggested-by: Rafael J. Wysocki 
  Signed-off-by: Dave Hansen 
  Reviewed-by: Mario Limonciello 
  Tested-by: K Prateek Nayak 
  Link: 
https://lore.kernel.org/all/20220921063638.2489-1-kprateek.na...@amd.com/
  Link: https://lkml.kernel.org/r/20220922184745.3252932-1-dave.han...@intel.com

  FIX:

  This issue pertains to  all Zen based processors starting with
  Naples(Zen1). All LTS releases will need this fix:

  
https://github.com/torvalds/linux/commit/e400ad8b7e6a1b9102123c6240289a811501f7d9

  TESTCASE:

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[Kernel-packages] [Bug 1990985] Re: ACPI: processor idle: Practically limit "Dummy wait" workaround to old Intel systems

2022-12-07 Thread Ubuntu Kernel Bot
This bug is awaiting verification that the linux/5.19.0-27.28 kernel in
-proposed solves the problem. Please test the kernel and update this bug
with the results. If the problem is solved, change the tag
'verification-needed-kinetic' to 'verification-done-kinetic'. If the
problem still exists, change the tag 'verification-needed-kinetic' to
'verification-failed-kinetic'.

If verification is not done by 5 working days from today, this fix will
be dropped from the source code, and this bug will be closed.

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Title:
  ACPI: processor idle: Practically limit "Dummy wait" workaround to old
  Intel systems

Status in linux package in Ubuntu:
  In Progress
Status in linux source package in Bionic:
  Fix Released
Status in linux source package in Focal:
  Fix Released
Status in linux source package in Jammy:
  Fix Released
Status in linux source package in Kinetic:
  Fix Committed

Bug description:
  IMPACT:
  Old, circa 2002 chipsets have a bug: they don't go idle when they are
  supposed to.  So, a workaround was added to slow the CPU down and
  ensure that the CPU waits a bit for the chipset to actually go idle.
  This workaround is ancient and has been in place in some form since
  the original kernel ACPI implementation.

  But, this workaround is very painful on modern systems.  The "inl()"
  can take thousands of cycles (see Link: for some more detailed
  numbers and some fun kernel archaeology).

  First and foremost, modern systems should not be using this code.
  Typical Intel systems have not used it in over a decade because it is
  horribly inferior to MWAIT-based idle.

  Despite this, people do seem to be tripping over this workaround on
  AMD system today.

  Limit the "dummy wait" workaround to Intel systems.  Keep Modern AMD
  systems from tripping over the workaround.  Remotely modern Intel
  systems use intel_idle instead of this code and will, in practice,
  remain unaffected by the dummy wait.

  Reported-by: K Prateek Nayak 
  Suggested-by: Rafael J. Wysocki 
  Signed-off-by: Dave Hansen 
  Reviewed-by: Mario Limonciello 
  Tested-by: K Prateek Nayak 
  Link: 
https://lore.kernel.org/all/20220921063638.2489-1-kprateek.na...@amd.com/
  Link: https://lkml.kernel.org/r/20220922184745.3252932-1-dave.han...@intel.com

  FIX:

  This issue pertains to  all Zen based processors starting with
  Naples(Zen1). All LTS releases will need this fix:

  
https://github.com/torvalds/linux/commit/e400ad8b7e6a1b9102123c6240289a811501f7d9

  TESTCASE:

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[Kernel-packages] [Bug 1990985] Re: ACPI: processor idle: Practically limit "Dummy wait" workaround to old Intel systems

2022-11-15 Thread Launchpad Bug Tracker
This bug was fixed in the package linux - 5.15.0-53.59

---
linux (5.15.0-53.59) jammy; urgency=medium

  * Fix blank screen on Thinkpad ADL 4K+ panel (LP: #1980621)
- drm/i915: Implement WaEdpLinkRateDataReload

  * Kernel regresses openjdk on riscv64 (LP: #1992484)
- SAUCE: Revert "riscv: mmap with PROT_WRITE but no PROT_READ is invalid"

  * iavf: SR-IOV VFs error with no traffic flow when MTU greater than 1500
(LP: #1983656)
- iavf: Fix set max MTU size with port VLAN and jumbo frames
- i40e: Fix VF set max MTU size

  * [Ubuntu 22.04] mpt3sas: Request to include latest bug fix patches
(LP: #1965927)
- scsi: mpt3sas: Remove scsi_dma_map() error messages
- scsi: mpt3sas: Update persistent trigger pages from sysfs interface

  * ACPI: processor idle: Practically limit "Dummy wait" workaround to old Intel
systems (LP: #1990985)
- ACPI: processor idle: Practically limit "Dummy wait" workaround to old 
Intel
  systems

  * Fix resume on AMD platforms when TBT monitor is plugged (LP: #1990920)
- SAUCE: Revert "drm/amd/display: Add helper for blanking all dp displays"
- drm/amd/display: Detect dpcd_rev when hotplug mst monitor
- drm/amd/display: Release remote dc_sink under mst scenario

  * LSM: Configuring Too Many LSMs Causes Kernel Panic on Boot (LP: #1987998)
- SAUCE: LSM: Change Landlock from LSMBLOB_NEEDED to LSMBLOB_NOT_NEEDED

  * To support Intel Maple Ridge Thunderbolt [8086:1134] (LP: #1990240)
- thunderbolt: Add support for Intel Maple Ridge single port controller

  * Intel graphic driver is not probing[8086:468b] (LP: #1990242)
- drm/i915/adl_s: Update ADL-S PCI IDs
- drm/i915: Add new ADL-S pci id

  * Add HDMI codec ID for Intel Raptor Lake (LP: #1989578)
- ALSA: hda: Add PCI and HDMI IDs for Intel Raptor Lake

  * Jammy update: v5.15.64 upstream stable release (LP: #1991717)
- wifi: rtlwifi: remove always-true condition pointed out by GCC 12
- eth: sun: cassini: remove dead code
- audit: fix potential double free on error path from 
fsnotify_add_inode_mark
- cgroup: Fix race condition at rebind_subsystems()
- parisc: Make CONFIG_64BIT available for ARCH=parisc64 only
- parisc: Fix exception handler for fldw and fstw instructions
- kernel/sys_ni: add compat entry for fadvise64_64
- x86/entry: Move CLD to the start of the idtentry macro
- block: add a bdev_max_zone_append_sectors helper
- block: add bdev_max_segments() helper
- btrfs: zoned: revive max_zone_append_bytes
- btrfs: replace BTRFS_MAX_EXTENT_SIZE with fs_info->max_extent_size
- btrfs: convert count_max_extents() to use fs_info->max_extent_size
- Input: i8042 - move __initconst to fix code styling warning
- Input: i8042 - merge quirk tables
- Input: i8042 - add TUXEDO devices to i8042 quirk tables
- Input: i8042 - add additional TUXEDO devices to i8042 quirk tables
- drivers/base: fix userspace break from using bin_attributes for cpumap and
  cpulist
- scsi: qla2xxx: Fix response queue handler reading stale packets
- scsi: qla2xxx: edif: Fix dropped IKE message
- btrfs: put initial index value of a directory in a constant
- btrfs: pass the dentry to btrfs_log_new_name() instead of the inode
- btrfs: remove unnecessary parameter delalloc_start for 
writepage_delalloc()
- riscv: lib: uaccess: fold fixups into body
- riscv: lib: uaccess: fix CSR_STATUS SR_SUM bit
- xfrm: fix refcount leak in __xfrm_policy_check()
- xfrm: clone missing x->lastused in xfrm_do_migrate
- xfrm: policy: fix metadata dst->dev xmit null pointer dereference
- fs: require CAP_SYS_ADMIN in target namespace for idmapped mounts
- net: use eth_hw_addr_set() instead of ether_addr_copy()
- Revert "net: macsec: update SCI upon MAC address change."
- NFS: Don't allocate nfs_fattr on the stack in __nfs42_ssc_open()
- NFSv4.2 fix problems with __nfs42_ssc_open
- SUNRPC: RPC level errors should set task->tk_rpc_status
- mm/smaps: don't access young/dirty bit if pte unpresent
- ntfs: fix acl handling
- rose: check NULL rose_loopback_neigh->loopback
- r8152: fix the units of some registers for RTL8156A
- r8152: fix the RX FIFO settings when suspending
- nfc: pn533: Fix use-after-free bugs caused by pn532_cmd_timeout
- ice: xsk: Force rings to be sized to power of 2
- ice: xsk: prohibit usage of non-balanced queue id
- net/mlx5e: Properly disable vlan strip on non-UL reps
- net/mlx5: Avoid false positive lockdep warning by adding lock_class_key
- net/mlx5e: Fix wrong application of the LRO state
- net/mlx5e: Fix wrong tc flag used when set hw-tc-offload off
- net: ipa: don't assume SMEM is page-aligned
- net: phy: Don't WARN for PHY_READY state in mdio_bus_phy_resume()
- net: moxa: get rid of asymmetry in DMA mapping/unmapping
- bonding: 802.3ad: fix no transmission of LACPDUs
- net: 

[Kernel-packages] [Bug 1990985] Re: ACPI: processor idle: Practically limit "Dummy wait" workaround to old Intel systems

2022-11-15 Thread Launchpad Bug Tracker
This bug was fixed in the package linux - 5.4.0-132.148

---
linux (5.4.0-132.148) focal; urgency=medium

  * CVE-2022-42719
- mac80211: mlme: find auth challenge directly
- wifi: mac80211: don't parse mbssid in assoc response
- wifi: mac80211: fix MBSSID parsing use-after-free

  * iavf: SR-IOV VFs error with no traffic flow when MTU greater than 1500
(LP: #1983656)
- iavf: Fix set max MTU size with port VLAN and jumbo frames
- i40e: Fix VF set max MTU size

  * fib_nexthop_nongw.sh from ubuntu_kernel_selftests failed on B-5.4
(LP: #1990800)
- SAUCE: selftests/net: skipping tests for older ip command releases

  * CVE-2022-29901
- Revert "x86/speculation: Add RSB VM Exit protections"
- Revert "x86/cpu: Add a steppings field to struct x86_cpu_id"
- x86/devicetable: Move x86 specific macro out of generic code
- x86/cpu: Add consistent CPU match macros
- x86/cpu: Add a steppings field to struct x86_cpu_id
- x86/kvm/vmx: Make noinstr clean
- x86/cpufeatures: Move RETPOLINE flags to word 11
- x86/bugs: Report AMD retbleed vulnerability
- x86/bugs: Add AMD retbleed= boot parameter
- x86/bugs: Keep a per-CPU IA32_SPEC_CTRL value
- x86/entry: Remove skip_r11rcx
- x86/entry: Add kernel IBRS implementation
- x86/bugs: Optimize SPEC_CTRL MSR writes
- x86/speculation: Add spectre_v2=ibrs option to support Kernel IBRS
- x86/bugs: Split spectre_v2_select_mitigation() and
  spectre_v2_user_select_mitigation()
- x86/bugs: Report Intel retbleed vulnerability
- intel_idle: Disable IBRS during long idle
- x86/speculation: Change FILL_RETURN_BUFFER to work with objtool
- x86/speculation: Fix RSB filling with CONFIG_RETPOLINE=n
- x86/speculation: Fix firmware entry SPEC_CTRL handling
- x86/speculation: Fix SPEC_CTRL write on SMT state change
- x86/speculation: Use cached host SPEC_CTRL value for guest entry/exit
- x86/speculation: Remove x86_spec_ctrl_mask
- KVM/VMX: Use TEST %REG,%REG instead of CMP $0,%REG in vmenter.S
- KVM/nVMX: Use __vmx_vcpu_run in nested_vmx_check_vmentry_hw
- KVM: VMX: Flatten __vmx_vcpu_run()
- KVM: VMX: Convert launched argument to flags
- KVM: VMX: Prevent guest RSB poisoning attacks with eIBRS
- KVM: VMX: Fix IBRS handling after vmexit
- x86/speculation: Fill RSB on vmexit for IBRS
- x86/common: Stamp out the stepping madness
- x86/cpu/amd: Enumerate BTC_NO
- x86/bugs: Add Cannon lake to RETBleed affected CPU list
- x86/speculation: Disable RRSBA behavior
- x86/speculation: Use DECLARE_PER_CPU for x86_spec_ctrl_current
- x86/bugs: Warn when "ibrs" mitigation is selected on Enhanced IBRS parts
- x86/speculation: Add RSB VM Exit protections

  * ACPI: processor idle: Practically limit "Dummy wait" workaround to old Intel
systems (LP: #1990985)
- ACPI: processor_idle: Skip dummy wait if kernel is in guest
- ACPI: processor idle: Practically limit "Dummy wait" workaround to old 
Intel
  systems

  * cgroup: all controllers mounted when using 'cgroup_no_v1=' (LP: #1988584)
- cgroup-v1: add disabled controller check in cgroup1_parse_param()

  * Focal update: v5.4.212 upstream stable release (LP: #1991156)
- audit: fix potential double free on error path from 
fsnotify_add_inode_mark
- parisc: Fix exception handler for fldw and fstw instructions
- kernel/sys_ni: add compat entry for fadvise64_64
- usb: cdns3: Fix issue for clear halt endpoint
- pinctrl: amd: Don't save/restore interrupt status and wake status bits
- sched/deadline: Unthrottle PI boosted threads while enqueuing
- sched/deadline: Fix stale throttling on de-/boosted tasks
- sched/deadline: Fix priority inheritance with multiple scheduling classes
- kernel/sched: Remove dl_boosted flag comment
- xfrm: fix refcount leak in __xfrm_policy_check()
- SUNRPC: RPC level errors should set task->tk_rpc_status
- rose: check NULL rose_loopback_neigh->loopback
- net/mlx5e: Properly disable vlan strip on non-UL reps
- net: moxa: get rid of asymmetry in DMA mapping/unmapping
- bonding: 802.3ad: fix no transmission of LACPDUs
- net: ipvtap - add __init/__exit annotations to module init/exit funcs
- netfilter: ebtables: reject blobs that don't provide all entry points
- bnxt_en: fix NQ resource accounting during vf creation on 57500 chips
- netfilter: nft_payload: report ERANGE for too long offset and length
- netfilter: nft_payload: do not truncate csum_offset and csum_type
- netfilter: nft_osf: restrict osf to ipv4, ipv6 and inet families
- netfilter: nft_tunnel: restrict it to netdev family
- net: Fix data-races around weight_p and dev_weight_[rt]x_bias.
- net: Fix data-races around netdev_tstamp_prequeue.
- ratelimit: Fix data-races in ___ratelimit().
- net: Fix a data-race around sysctl_tstamp_allow_data.
- net: Fix a data-race 

[Kernel-packages] [Bug 1990985] Re: ACPI: processor idle: Practically limit "Dummy wait" workaround to old Intel systems

2022-11-15 Thread Launchpad Bug Tracker
This bug was fixed in the package linux - 4.15.0-197.208

---
linux (4.15.0-197.208) bionic; urgency=medium

  * bionic/linux: 4.15.0-197.208 -proposed tracker (LP: #1994998)

  * Memory leak while using NFQUEUE to delegate the decision on TCP packets to
userspace processes (LP: #1991774)
- SAUCE: netfilter: nf_queue: Fix memory leak in nf_queue_entry_get_refs

  * Bionic update: upstream stable patchset 2022-09-23 (LP: #1990698)
- Bluetooth: L2CAP: Fix use-after-free caused by l2cap_chan_put
- ntfs: fix use-after-free in ntfs_ucsncmp()
- ARM: crypto: comment out gcc warning that breaks clang builds
- mt7601u: add USB device ID for some versions of XiaoDu WiFi Dongle.
- ACPI: video: Force backlight native for some TongFang devices
- macintosh/adb: fix oob read in do_adb_query() function
- Makefile: link with -z noexecstack --no-warn-rwx-segments
- x86: link vdso and boot with -z noexecstack --no-warn-rwx-segments
- ALSA: bcd2000: Fix a UAF bug on the error path of probing
- add barriers to buffer_uptodate and set_buffer_uptodate
- HID: wacom: Don't register pad_input for touch switch
- KVM: SVM: Don't BUG if userspace injects an interrupt with GIF=0
- KVM: x86: Mark TSS busy during LTR emulation _after_ all fault checks
- KVM: x86: Set error code to segment selector on LLDT/LTR non-canonical #GP
- ALSA: hda/conexant: Add quirk for LENOVO 20149 Notebook model
- ALSA: hda/cirrus - support for iMac 12,1 model
- vfs: Check the truncate maximum size in inode_newsize_ok()
- fs: Add missing umask strip in vfs_tmpfile
- usbnet: Fix linkwatch use-after-free on disconnect
- parisc: Fix device names in /proc/iomem
- drm/nouveau: fix another off-by-one in nvbios_addr
- drm/amdgpu: Check BO's requested pinning domains against its
  preferred_domains
- iio: light: isl29028: Fix the warning in isl29028_remove()
- fuse: limit nsec
- md-raid10: fix KASAN warning
- ia64, processor: fix -Wincompatible-pointer-types in ia64_get_irr()
- PCI: Add defines for normal and subtractive PCI bridges
- powerpc/fsl-pci: Fix Class Code of PCIe Root Port
- powerpc/powernv: Avoid crashing if rng is NULL
- MIPS: cpuinfo: Fix a warning for CONFIG_CPUMASK_OFFSTACK
- USB: HCD: Fix URB giveback issue in tasklet function
- netfilter: nf_tables: fix null deref due to zeroed list head
- arm64: Do not forget syscall when starting a new thread.
- arm64: fix oops in concurrently setting insn_emulation sysctls
- ext2: Add more validity checks for inode counts
- ARM: dts: imx6ul: add missing properties for sram
- ARM: dts: imx6ul: fix qspi node compatible
- ARM: OMAP2+: display: Fix refcount leak bug
- ACPI: PM: save NVS memory for Lenovo G40-45
- ACPI: LPSS: Fix missing check in register_device_clock()
- PM: hibernate: defer device probing when resuming from hibernation
- selinux: Add boundary check in put_entry()
- ARM: findbit: fix overflowing offset
- ARM: bcm: Fix refcount leak in bcm_kona_smc_init
- x86/pmem: Fix platform-device leak in error path
- ARM: dts: ast2500-evb: fix board compatible
- soc: fsl: guts: machine variable might be unset
- cpufreq: zynq: Fix refcount leak in zynq_get_revision
- ARM: dts: qcom: pm8841: add required thermal-sensor-cells
- arm64: dts: qcom: msm8916: Fix typo in pronto remoteproc node
- regulator: of: Fix refcount leak bug in of_get_regulation_constraints()
- thermal/tools/tmon: Include pthread and time headers in tmon.h
- dm: return early from dm_pr_call() if DM device is suspended
- drm/radeon: fix potential buffer overflow in ni_set_mc_special_registers()
- drm/mediatek: Add pull-down MIPI operation in mtk_dsi_poweroff function
- i2c: Fix a potential use after free
- wifi: iwlegacy: 4965: fix potential off-by-one overflow in
  il4965_rs_fill_link_cmd()
- drm: bridge: adv7511: Add check for mipi_dsi_driver_register
- media: hdpvr: fix error value returns in hdpvr_read
- drm/vc4: dsi: Correct DSI divider calculations
- drm/rockchip: vop: Don't crash for invalid duplicate_state()
- drm/mediatek: dpi: Remove output format of YUV
- drm: bridge: sii8620: fix possible off-by-one
- media: platform: mtk-mdp: Fix mdp_ipi_comm structure alignment
- tcp: make retransmitted SKB fit into the send window
- selftests: timers: valid-adjtimex: build fix for newer toolchains
- selftests: timers: clocksource-switch: fix passing errors from child
- fs: check FMODE_LSEEK to control internal pipe splicing
- wifi: wil6210: debugfs: fix info leak in wil_write_file_wmi()
- wifi: p54: Fix an error handling path in p54spi_probe()
- wifi: p54: add missing parentheses in p54_flush()
- can: pch_can: do not report txerr and rxerr during bus-off
- can: rcar_can: do not report txerr and rxerr during bus-off
- can: sja1000: 

[Kernel-packages] [Bug 1990985] Re: ACPI: processor idle: Practically limit "Dummy wait" workaround to old Intel systems

2022-11-14 Thread Stefan Bader
** Changed in: linux (Ubuntu Kinetic)
   Status: In Progress => Fix Committed

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Title:
  ACPI: processor idle: Practically limit "Dummy wait" workaround to old
  Intel systems

Status in linux package in Ubuntu:
  In Progress
Status in linux source package in Bionic:
  Fix Committed
Status in linux source package in Focal:
  Fix Committed
Status in linux source package in Jammy:
  Fix Committed
Status in linux source package in Kinetic:
  Fix Committed

Bug description:
  IMPACT:
  Old, circa 2002 chipsets have a bug: they don't go idle when they are
  supposed to.  So, a workaround was added to slow the CPU down and
  ensure that the CPU waits a bit for the chipset to actually go idle.
  This workaround is ancient and has been in place in some form since
  the original kernel ACPI implementation.

  But, this workaround is very painful on modern systems.  The "inl()"
  can take thousands of cycles (see Link: for some more detailed
  numbers and some fun kernel archaeology).

  First and foremost, modern systems should not be using this code.
  Typical Intel systems have not used it in over a decade because it is
  horribly inferior to MWAIT-based idle.

  Despite this, people do seem to be tripping over this workaround on
  AMD system today.

  Limit the "dummy wait" workaround to Intel systems.  Keep Modern AMD
  systems from tripping over the workaround.  Remotely modern Intel
  systems use intel_idle instead of this code and will, in practice,
  remain unaffected by the dummy wait.

  Reported-by: K Prateek Nayak 
  Suggested-by: Rafael J. Wysocki 
  Signed-off-by: Dave Hansen 
  Reviewed-by: Mario Limonciello 
  Tested-by: K Prateek Nayak 
  Link: 
https://lore.kernel.org/all/20220921063638.2489-1-kprateek.na...@amd.com/
  Link: https://lkml.kernel.org/r/20220922184745.3252932-1-dave.han...@intel.com

  FIX:

  This issue pertains to  all Zen based processors starting with
  Naples(Zen1). All LTS releases will need this fix:

  
https://github.com/torvalds/linux/commit/e400ad8b7e6a1b9102123c6240289a811501f7d9

  TESTCASE:

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[Kernel-packages] [Bug 1990985] Re: ACPI: processor idle: Practically limit "Dummy wait" workaround to old Intel systems

2022-11-01 Thread Kim Naru
** Tags removed: verification-done-focal verification-done-jammy
** Tags added: verification-done-bionic

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Title:
  ACPI: processor idle: Practically limit "Dummy wait" workaround to old
  Intel systems

Status in linux package in Ubuntu:
  In Progress
Status in linux source package in Bionic:
  Fix Committed
Status in linux source package in Focal:
  Fix Committed
Status in linux source package in Jammy:
  Fix Committed
Status in linux source package in Kinetic:
  In Progress

Bug description:
  IMPACT:
  Old, circa 2002 chipsets have a bug: they don't go idle when they are
  supposed to.  So, a workaround was added to slow the CPU down and
  ensure that the CPU waits a bit for the chipset to actually go idle.
  This workaround is ancient and has been in place in some form since
  the original kernel ACPI implementation.

  But, this workaround is very painful on modern systems.  The "inl()"
  can take thousands of cycles (see Link: for some more detailed
  numbers and some fun kernel archaeology).

  First and foremost, modern systems should not be using this code.
  Typical Intel systems have not used it in over a decade because it is
  horribly inferior to MWAIT-based idle.

  Despite this, people do seem to be tripping over this workaround on
  AMD system today.

  Limit the "dummy wait" workaround to Intel systems.  Keep Modern AMD
  systems from tripping over the workaround.  Remotely modern Intel
  systems use intel_idle instead of this code and will, in practice,
  remain unaffected by the dummy wait.

  Reported-by: K Prateek Nayak 
  Suggested-by: Rafael J. Wysocki 
  Signed-off-by: Dave Hansen 
  Reviewed-by: Mario Limonciello 
  Tested-by: K Prateek Nayak 
  Link: 
https://lore.kernel.org/all/20220921063638.2489-1-kprateek.na...@amd.com/
  Link: https://lkml.kernel.org/r/20220922184745.3252932-1-dave.han...@intel.com

  FIX:

  This issue pertains to  all Zen based processors starting with
  Naples(Zen1). All LTS releases will need this fix:

  
https://github.com/torvalds/linux/commit/e400ad8b7e6a1b9102123c6240289a811501f7d9

  TESTCASE:

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Re: [Kernel-packages] [Bug 1990985] Re: ACPI: processor idle: Practically limit "Dummy wait" workaround to old Intel systems

2022-11-01 Thread Jeff Lane 
Hi Kim,

Just like with Focal, for the Bionic backport of this fix, could you just
quickly confirm it's there and didn't break anything as you see it?

Thanks

On Tue, Nov 1, 2022 at 11:00 AM Ubuntu Kernel Bot <
1990...@bugs.launchpad.net> wrote:

> This bug is awaiting verification that the linux/4.15.0-196.207 kernel
> in -proposed solves the problem. Please test the kernel and update this
> bug with the results. If the problem is solved, change the tag
> 'verification-needed-bionic' to 'verification-done-bionic'. If the
> problem still exists, change the tag 'verification-needed-bionic' to
> 'verification-failed-bionic'.
>
> If verification is not done by 5 working days from today, this fix will
> be dropped from the source code, and this bug will be closed.
>
> See https://wiki.ubuntu.com/Testing/EnableProposed for documentation how
> to enable and use -proposed. Thank you!
>
> --
> You received this bug notification because you are a bug assignee.
> https://bugs.launchpad.net/bugs/1990985
>
> Title:
>   ACPI: processor idle: Practically limit "Dummy wait" workaround to old
>   Intel systems
>
> Status in linux package in Ubuntu:
>   In Progress
> Status in linux source package in Bionic:
>   Fix Committed
> Status in linux source package in Focal:
>   Fix Committed
> Status in linux source package in Jammy:
>   Fix Committed
> Status in linux source package in Kinetic:
>   In Progress
>
> Bug description:
>   IMPACT:
>   Old, circa 2002 chipsets have a bug: they don't go idle when they are
>   supposed to.  So, a workaround was added to slow the CPU down and
>   ensure that the CPU waits a bit for the chipset to actually go idle.
>   This workaround is ancient and has been in place in some form since
>   the original kernel ACPI implementation.
>
>   But, this workaround is very painful on modern systems.  The "inl()"
>   can take thousands of cycles (see Link: for some more detailed
>   numbers and some fun kernel archaeology).
>
>   First and foremost, modern systems should not be using this code.
>   Typical Intel systems have not used it in over a decade because it is
>   horribly inferior to MWAIT-based idle.
>
>   Despite this, people do seem to be tripping over this workaround on
>   AMD system today.
>
>   Limit the "dummy wait" workaround to Intel systems.  Keep Modern AMD
>   systems from tripping over the workaround.  Remotely modern Intel
>   systems use intel_idle instead of this code and will, in practice,
>   remain unaffected by the dummy wait.
>
>   Reported-by: K Prateek Nayak 
>   Suggested-by: Rafael J. Wysocki 
>   Signed-off-by: Dave Hansen 
>   Reviewed-by: Mario Limonciello 
>   Tested-by: K Prateek Nayak 
>   Link:
> https://lore.kernel.org/all/20220921063638.2489-1-kprateek.na...@amd.com/
>   Link:
> https://lkml.kernel.org/r/20220922184745.3252932-1-dave.han...@intel.com
>
>   FIX:
>
>   This issue pertains to  all Zen based processors starting with
>   Naples(Zen1). All LTS releases will need this fix:
>
>
> https://github.com/torvalds/linux/commit/e400ad8b7e6a1b9102123c6240289a811501f7d9
>
>   TESTCASE:
>
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> status=In Progress; importance=Medium; assignee=jeffrey.l...@canonical.com
> ;
> Launchpad-Bug: distribution=ubuntu; distroseries=bionic;
> sourcepackage=linux; component=main; status=Fix Committed;
> importance=Medium; assignee=jeffrey.l...@canonical.com;
> Launchpad-Bug: distribution=ubuntu; distroseries=focal;
> sourcepackage=linux; component=main; status=Fix Committed;
> importance=Medium; assignee=jeffrey.l...@canonical.com;
> Launchpad-Bug: distribution=ubuntu; distroseries=jammy;
> sourcepackage=linux; component=main; status=Fix Committed;
> importance=Medium; assignee=jeffrey.l...@canonical.com;
> Launchpad-Bug: distribution=ubuntu; distroseries=kinetic;
> sourcepackage=linux; component=main; status=In Progress; importance=Medium;
> assignee=jeffrey.l...@canonical.com;
> Launchpad-Bug-Tags: verification-done-focal verification-done-jammy
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> Launchpad-Bug-Reporter: Kim Naru (kim-naru)
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Status in 

[Kernel-packages] [Bug 1990985] Re: ACPI: processor idle: Practically limit "Dummy wait" workaround to old Intel systems

2022-11-01 Thread Ubuntu Kernel Bot
This bug is awaiting verification that the linux/4.15.0-196.207 kernel
in -proposed solves the problem. Please test the kernel and update this
bug with the results. If the problem is solved, change the tag
'verification-needed-bionic' to 'verification-done-bionic'. If the
problem still exists, change the tag 'verification-needed-bionic' to
'verification-failed-bionic'.

If verification is not done by 5 working days from today, this fix will
be dropped from the source code, and this bug will be closed.

See https://wiki.ubuntu.com/Testing/EnableProposed for documentation how
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Title:
  ACPI: processor idle: Practically limit "Dummy wait" workaround to old
  Intel systems

Status in linux package in Ubuntu:
  In Progress
Status in linux source package in Bionic:
  Fix Committed
Status in linux source package in Focal:
  Fix Committed
Status in linux source package in Jammy:
  Fix Committed
Status in linux source package in Kinetic:
  In Progress

Bug description:
  IMPACT:
  Old, circa 2002 chipsets have a bug: they don't go idle when they are
  supposed to.  So, a workaround was added to slow the CPU down and
  ensure that the CPU waits a bit for the chipset to actually go idle.
  This workaround is ancient and has been in place in some form since
  the original kernel ACPI implementation.

  But, this workaround is very painful on modern systems.  The "inl()"
  can take thousands of cycles (see Link: for some more detailed
  numbers and some fun kernel archaeology).

  First and foremost, modern systems should not be using this code.
  Typical Intel systems have not used it in over a decade because it is
  horribly inferior to MWAIT-based idle.

  Despite this, people do seem to be tripping over this workaround on
  AMD system today.

  Limit the "dummy wait" workaround to Intel systems.  Keep Modern AMD
  systems from tripping over the workaround.  Remotely modern Intel
  systems use intel_idle instead of this code and will, in practice,
  remain unaffected by the dummy wait.

  Reported-by: K Prateek Nayak 
  Suggested-by: Rafael J. Wysocki 
  Signed-off-by: Dave Hansen 
  Reviewed-by: Mario Limonciello 
  Tested-by: K Prateek Nayak 
  Link: 
https://lore.kernel.org/all/20220921063638.2489-1-kprateek.na...@amd.com/
  Link: https://lkml.kernel.org/r/20220922184745.3252932-1-dave.han...@intel.com

  FIX:

  This issue pertains to  all Zen based processors starting with
  Naples(Zen1). All LTS releases will need this fix:

  
https://github.com/torvalds/linux/commit/e400ad8b7e6a1b9102123c6240289a811501f7d9

  TESTCASE:

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[Kernel-packages] [Bug 1990985] Re: ACPI: processor idle: Practically limit "Dummy wait" workaround to old Intel systems

2022-10-27 Thread Kim Naru
** Tags added: verification-done-jammy

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Title:
  ACPI: processor idle: Practically limit "Dummy wait" workaround to old
  Intel systems

Status in linux package in Ubuntu:
  In Progress
Status in linux source package in Bionic:
  Fix Committed
Status in linux source package in Focal:
  Fix Committed
Status in linux source package in Jammy:
  Fix Committed
Status in linux source package in Kinetic:
  In Progress

Bug description:
  IMPACT:
  Old, circa 2002 chipsets have a bug: they don't go idle when they are
  supposed to.  So, a workaround was added to slow the CPU down and
  ensure that the CPU waits a bit for the chipset to actually go idle.
  This workaround is ancient and has been in place in some form since
  the original kernel ACPI implementation.

  But, this workaround is very painful on modern systems.  The "inl()"
  can take thousands of cycles (see Link: for some more detailed
  numbers and some fun kernel archaeology).

  First and foremost, modern systems should not be using this code.
  Typical Intel systems have not used it in over a decade because it is
  horribly inferior to MWAIT-based idle.

  Despite this, people do seem to be tripping over this workaround on
  AMD system today.

  Limit the "dummy wait" workaround to Intel systems.  Keep Modern AMD
  systems from tripping over the workaround.  Remotely modern Intel
  systems use intel_idle instead of this code and will, in practice,
  remain unaffected by the dummy wait.

  Reported-by: K Prateek Nayak 
  Suggested-by: Rafael J. Wysocki 
  Signed-off-by: Dave Hansen 
  Reviewed-by: Mario Limonciello 
  Tested-by: K Prateek Nayak 
  Link: 
https://lore.kernel.org/all/20220921063638.2489-1-kprateek.na...@amd.com/
  Link: https://lkml.kernel.org/r/20220922184745.3252932-1-dave.han...@intel.com

  FIX:

  This issue pertains to  all Zen based processors starting with
  Naples(Zen1). All LTS releases will need this fix:

  
https://github.com/torvalds/linux/commit/e400ad8b7e6a1b9102123c6240289a811501f7d9

  TESTCASE:

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[Kernel-packages] [Bug 1990985] Re: ACPI: processor idle: Practically limit "Dummy wait" workaround to old Intel systems

2022-10-27 Thread Kim Naru
** Tags added: verification-done-bionic verification-done-focal

** Tags removed: servcert-550 verification-done-bionic verification-
done-jammy

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Title:
  ACPI: processor idle: Practically limit "Dummy wait" workaround to old
  Intel systems

Status in linux package in Ubuntu:
  In Progress
Status in linux source package in Bionic:
  Fix Committed
Status in linux source package in Focal:
  Fix Committed
Status in linux source package in Jammy:
  Fix Committed
Status in linux source package in Kinetic:
  In Progress

Bug description:
  IMPACT:
  Old, circa 2002 chipsets have a bug: they don't go idle when they are
  supposed to.  So, a workaround was added to slow the CPU down and
  ensure that the CPU waits a bit for the chipset to actually go idle.
  This workaround is ancient and has been in place in some form since
  the original kernel ACPI implementation.

  But, this workaround is very painful on modern systems.  The "inl()"
  can take thousands of cycles (see Link: for some more detailed
  numbers and some fun kernel archaeology).

  First and foremost, modern systems should not be using this code.
  Typical Intel systems have not used it in over a decade because it is
  horribly inferior to MWAIT-based idle.

  Despite this, people do seem to be tripping over this workaround on
  AMD system today.

  Limit the "dummy wait" workaround to Intel systems.  Keep Modern AMD
  systems from tripping over the workaround.  Remotely modern Intel
  systems use intel_idle instead of this code and will, in practice,
  remain unaffected by the dummy wait.

  Reported-by: K Prateek Nayak 
  Suggested-by: Rafael J. Wysocki 
  Signed-off-by: Dave Hansen 
  Reviewed-by: Mario Limonciello 
  Tested-by: K Prateek Nayak 
  Link: 
https://lore.kernel.org/all/20220921063638.2489-1-kprateek.na...@amd.com/
  Link: https://lkml.kernel.org/r/20220922184745.3252932-1-dave.han...@intel.com

  FIX:

  This issue pertains to  all Zen based processors starting with
  Naples(Zen1). All LTS releases will need this fix:

  
https://github.com/torvalds/linux/commit/e400ad8b7e6a1b9102123c6240289a811501f7d9

  TESTCASE:

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[Kernel-packages] [Bug 1990985] Re: ACPI: processor idle: Practically limit "Dummy wait" workaround to old Intel systems

2022-10-26 Thread Jeff Lane 
** Tags added: verification-done-jammy

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Title:
  ACPI: processor idle: Practically limit "Dummy wait" workaround to old
  Intel systems

Status in linux package in Ubuntu:
  In Progress
Status in linux source package in Bionic:
  Fix Committed
Status in linux source package in Focal:
  Fix Committed
Status in linux source package in Jammy:
  Fix Committed
Status in linux source package in Kinetic:
  In Progress

Bug description:
  IMPACT:
  Old, circa 2002 chipsets have a bug: they don't go idle when they are
  supposed to.  So, a workaround was added to slow the CPU down and
  ensure that the CPU waits a bit for the chipset to actually go idle.
  This workaround is ancient and has been in place in some form since
  the original kernel ACPI implementation.

  But, this workaround is very painful on modern systems.  The "inl()"
  can take thousands of cycles (see Link: for some more detailed
  numbers and some fun kernel archaeology).

  First and foremost, modern systems should not be using this code.
  Typical Intel systems have not used it in over a decade because it is
  horribly inferior to MWAIT-based idle.

  Despite this, people do seem to be tripping over this workaround on
  AMD system today.

  Limit the "dummy wait" workaround to Intel systems.  Keep Modern AMD
  systems from tripping over the workaround.  Remotely modern Intel
  systems use intel_idle instead of this code and will, in practice,
  remain unaffected by the dummy wait.

  Reported-by: K Prateek Nayak 
  Suggested-by: Rafael J. Wysocki 
  Signed-off-by: Dave Hansen 
  Reviewed-by: Mario Limonciello 
  Tested-by: K Prateek Nayak 
  Link: 
https://lore.kernel.org/all/20220921063638.2489-1-kprateek.na...@amd.com/
  Link: https://lkml.kernel.org/r/20220922184745.3252932-1-dave.han...@intel.com

  FIX:

  This issue pertains to  all Zen based processors starting with
  Naples(Zen1). All LTS releases will need this fix:

  
https://github.com/torvalds/linux/commit/e400ad8b7e6a1b9102123c6240289a811501f7d9

  TESTCASE:

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[Kernel-packages] [Bug 1990985] Re: ACPI: processor idle: Practically limit "Dummy wait" workaround to old Intel systems

2022-10-25 Thread Kim Naru
tags:   added: verification-done-jammy
removed: verification-needed-jammy

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Title:
  ACPI: processor idle: Practically limit "Dummy wait" workaround to old
  Intel systems

Status in linux package in Ubuntu:
  In Progress
Status in linux source package in Bionic:
  Fix Committed
Status in linux source package in Focal:
  Fix Committed
Status in linux source package in Jammy:
  Fix Committed
Status in linux source package in Kinetic:
  In Progress

Bug description:
  IMPACT:
  Old, circa 2002 chipsets have a bug: they don't go idle when they are
  supposed to.  So, a workaround was added to slow the CPU down and
  ensure that the CPU waits a bit for the chipset to actually go idle.
  This workaround is ancient and has been in place in some form since
  the original kernel ACPI implementation.

  But, this workaround is very painful on modern systems.  The "inl()"
  can take thousands of cycles (see Link: for some more detailed
  numbers and some fun kernel archaeology).

  First and foremost, modern systems should not be using this code.
  Typical Intel systems have not used it in over a decade because it is
  horribly inferior to MWAIT-based idle.

  Despite this, people do seem to be tripping over this workaround on
  AMD system today.

  Limit the "dummy wait" workaround to Intel systems.  Keep Modern AMD
  systems from tripping over the workaround.  Remotely modern Intel
  systems use intel_idle instead of this code and will, in practice,
  remain unaffected by the dummy wait.

  Reported-by: K Prateek Nayak 
  Suggested-by: Rafael J. Wysocki 
  Signed-off-by: Dave Hansen 
  Reviewed-by: Mario Limonciello 
  Tested-by: K Prateek Nayak 
  Link: 
https://lore.kernel.org/all/20220921063638.2489-1-kprateek.na...@amd.com/
  Link: https://lkml.kernel.org/r/20220922184745.3252932-1-dave.han...@intel.com

  FIX:

  This issue pertains to  all Zen based processors starting with
  Naples(Zen1). All LTS releases will need this fix:

  
https://github.com/torvalds/linux/commit/e400ad8b7e6a1b9102123c6240289a811501f7d9

  TESTCASE:

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[Kernel-packages] [Bug 1990985] Re: ACPI: processor idle: Practically limit "Dummy wait" workaround to old Intel systems

2022-10-25 Thread Kim Naru
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Title:
  ACPI: processor idle: Practically limit "Dummy wait" workaround to old
  Intel systems

Status in linux package in Ubuntu:
  In Progress
Status in linux source package in Bionic:
  Fix Committed
Status in linux source package in Focal:
  Fix Committed
Status in linux source package in Jammy:
  Fix Committed
Status in linux source package in Kinetic:
  In Progress

Bug description:
  IMPACT:
  Old, circa 2002 chipsets have a bug: they don't go idle when they are
  supposed to.  So, a workaround was added to slow the CPU down and
  ensure that the CPU waits a bit for the chipset to actually go idle.
  This workaround is ancient and has been in place in some form since
  the original kernel ACPI implementation.

  But, this workaround is very painful on modern systems.  The "inl()"
  can take thousands of cycles (see Link: for some more detailed
  numbers and some fun kernel archaeology).

  First and foremost, modern systems should not be using this code.
  Typical Intel systems have not used it in over a decade because it is
  horribly inferior to MWAIT-based idle.

  Despite this, people do seem to be tripping over this workaround on
  AMD system today.

  Limit the "dummy wait" workaround to Intel systems.  Keep Modern AMD
  systems from tripping over the workaround.  Remotely modern Intel
  systems use intel_idle instead of this code and will, in practice,
  remain unaffected by the dummy wait.

  Reported-by: K Prateek Nayak 
  Suggested-by: Rafael J. Wysocki 
  Signed-off-by: Dave Hansen 
  Reviewed-by: Mario Limonciello 
  Tested-by: K Prateek Nayak 
  Link: 
https://lore.kernel.org/all/20220921063638.2489-1-kprateek.na...@amd.com/
  Link: https://lkml.kernel.org/r/20220922184745.3252932-1-dave.han...@intel.com

  FIX:

  This issue pertains to  all Zen based processors starting with
  Naples(Zen1). All LTS releases will need this fix:

  
https://github.com/torvalds/linux/commit/e400ad8b7e6a1b9102123c6240289a811501f7d9

  TESTCASE:

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[Kernel-packages] [Bug 1990985] Re: ACPI: processor idle: Practically limit "Dummy wait" workaround to old Intel systems

2022-10-25 Thread Kim Naru
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Title:
  ACPI: processor idle: Practically limit "Dummy wait" workaround to old
  Intel systems

Status in linux package in Ubuntu:
  In Progress
Status in linux source package in Bionic:
  Fix Committed
Status in linux source package in Focal:
  Fix Committed
Status in linux source package in Jammy:
  Fix Committed
Status in linux source package in Kinetic:
  In Progress

Bug description:
  IMPACT:
  Old, circa 2002 chipsets have a bug: they don't go idle when they are
  supposed to.  So, a workaround was added to slow the CPU down and
  ensure that the CPU waits a bit for the chipset to actually go idle.
  This workaround is ancient and has been in place in some form since
  the original kernel ACPI implementation.

  But, this workaround is very painful on modern systems.  The "inl()"
  can take thousands of cycles (see Link: for some more detailed
  numbers and some fun kernel archaeology).

  First and foremost, modern systems should not be using this code.
  Typical Intel systems have not used it in over a decade because it is
  horribly inferior to MWAIT-based idle.

  Despite this, people do seem to be tripping over this workaround on
  AMD system today.

  Limit the "dummy wait" workaround to Intel systems.  Keep Modern AMD
  systems from tripping over the workaround.  Remotely modern Intel
  systems use intel_idle instead of this code and will, in practice,
  remain unaffected by the dummy wait.

  Reported-by: K Prateek Nayak 
  Suggested-by: Rafael J. Wysocki 
  Signed-off-by: Dave Hansen 
  Reviewed-by: Mario Limonciello 
  Tested-by: K Prateek Nayak 
  Link: 
https://lore.kernel.org/all/20220921063638.2489-1-kprateek.na...@amd.com/
  Link: https://lkml.kernel.org/r/20220922184745.3252932-1-dave.han...@intel.com

  FIX:

  This issue pertains to  all Zen based processors starting with
  Naples(Zen1). All LTS releases will need this fix:

  
https://github.com/torvalds/linux/commit/e400ad8b7e6a1b9102123c6240289a811501f7d9

  TESTCASE:

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[Kernel-packages] [Bug 1990985] Re: ACPI: processor idle: Practically limit "Dummy wait" workaround to old Intel systems

2022-10-25 Thread Kim Naru
verification-done-focal

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Title:
  ACPI: processor idle: Practically limit "Dummy wait" workaround to old
  Intel systems

Status in linux package in Ubuntu:
  In Progress
Status in linux source package in Bionic:
  Fix Committed
Status in linux source package in Focal:
  Fix Committed
Status in linux source package in Jammy:
  Fix Committed
Status in linux source package in Kinetic:
  In Progress

Bug description:
  IMPACT:
  Old, circa 2002 chipsets have a bug: they don't go idle when they are
  supposed to.  So, a workaround was added to slow the CPU down and
  ensure that the CPU waits a bit for the chipset to actually go idle.
  This workaround is ancient and has been in place in some form since
  the original kernel ACPI implementation.

  But, this workaround is very painful on modern systems.  The "inl()"
  can take thousands of cycles (see Link: for some more detailed
  numbers and some fun kernel archaeology).

  First and foremost, modern systems should not be using this code.
  Typical Intel systems have not used it in over a decade because it is
  horribly inferior to MWAIT-based idle.

  Despite this, people do seem to be tripping over this workaround on
  AMD system today.

  Limit the "dummy wait" workaround to Intel systems.  Keep Modern AMD
  systems from tripping over the workaround.  Remotely modern Intel
  systems use intel_idle instead of this code and will, in practice,
  remain unaffected by the dummy wait.

  Reported-by: K Prateek Nayak 
  Suggested-by: Rafael J. Wysocki 
  Signed-off-by: Dave Hansen 
  Reviewed-by: Mario Limonciello 
  Tested-by: K Prateek Nayak 
  Link: 
https://lore.kernel.org/all/20220921063638.2489-1-kprateek.na...@amd.com/
  Link: https://lkml.kernel.org/r/20220922184745.3252932-1-dave.han...@intel.com

  FIX:

  This issue pertains to  all Zen based processors starting with
  Naples(Zen1). All LTS releases will need this fix:

  
https://github.com/torvalds/linux/commit/e400ad8b7e6a1b9102123c6240289a811501f7d9

  TESTCASE:

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[Kernel-packages] [Bug 1990985] Re: ACPI: processor idle: Practically limit "Dummy wait" workaround to old Intel systems

2022-10-25 Thread Ubuntu Kernel Bot
This bug is awaiting verification that the linux/5.15.0-53.59 kernel in
-proposed solves the problem. Please test the kernel and update this bug
with the results. If the problem is solved, change the tag
'verification-needed-jammy' to 'verification-done-jammy'. If the problem
still exists, change the tag 'verification-needed-jammy' to
'verification-failed-jammy'.

If verification is not done by 5 working days from today, this fix will
be dropped from the source code, and this bug will be closed.

See https://wiki.ubuntu.com/Testing/EnableProposed for documentation how
to enable and use -proposed. Thank you!

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Title:
  ACPI: processor idle: Practically limit "Dummy wait" workaround to old
  Intel systems

Status in linux package in Ubuntu:
  In Progress
Status in linux source package in Bionic:
  Fix Committed
Status in linux source package in Focal:
  Fix Committed
Status in linux source package in Jammy:
  Fix Committed
Status in linux source package in Kinetic:
  In Progress

Bug description:
  IMPACT:
  Old, circa 2002 chipsets have a bug: they don't go idle when they are
  supposed to.  So, a workaround was added to slow the CPU down and
  ensure that the CPU waits a bit for the chipset to actually go idle.
  This workaround is ancient and has been in place in some form since
  the original kernel ACPI implementation.

  But, this workaround is very painful on modern systems.  The "inl()"
  can take thousands of cycles (see Link: for some more detailed
  numbers and some fun kernel archaeology).

  First and foremost, modern systems should not be using this code.
  Typical Intel systems have not used it in over a decade because it is
  horribly inferior to MWAIT-based idle.

  Despite this, people do seem to be tripping over this workaround on
  AMD system today.

  Limit the "dummy wait" workaround to Intel systems.  Keep Modern AMD
  systems from tripping over the workaround.  Remotely modern Intel
  systems use intel_idle instead of this code and will, in practice,
  remain unaffected by the dummy wait.

  Reported-by: K Prateek Nayak 
  Suggested-by: Rafael J. Wysocki 
  Signed-off-by: Dave Hansen 
  Reviewed-by: Mario Limonciello 
  Tested-by: K Prateek Nayak 
  Link: 
https://lore.kernel.org/all/20220921063638.2489-1-kprateek.na...@amd.com/
  Link: https://lkml.kernel.org/r/20220922184745.3252932-1-dave.han...@intel.com

  FIX:

  This issue pertains to  all Zen based processors starting with
  Naples(Zen1). All LTS releases will need this fix:

  
https://github.com/torvalds/linux/commit/e400ad8b7e6a1b9102123c6240289a811501f7d9

  TESTCASE:

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[Kernel-packages] [Bug 1990985] Re: ACPI: processor idle: Practically limit "Dummy wait" workaround to old Intel systems

2022-10-24 Thread Ubuntu Kernel Bot
This bug is awaiting verification that the linux/5.4.0-132.148 kernel in
-proposed solves the problem. Please test the kernel and update this bug
with the results. If the problem is solved, change the tag
'verification-needed-focal' to 'verification-done-focal'. If the problem
still exists, change the tag 'verification-needed-focal' to
'verification-failed-focal'.

If verification is not done by 5 working days from today, this fix will
be dropped from the source code, and this bug will be closed.

See https://wiki.ubuntu.com/Testing/EnableProposed for documentation how
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Title:
  ACPI: processor idle: Practically limit "Dummy wait" workaround to old
  Intel systems

Status in linux package in Ubuntu:
  In Progress
Status in linux source package in Bionic:
  Fix Committed
Status in linux source package in Focal:
  Fix Committed
Status in linux source package in Jammy:
  Fix Committed
Status in linux source package in Kinetic:
  In Progress

Bug description:
  IMPACT:
  Old, circa 2002 chipsets have a bug: they don't go idle when they are
  supposed to.  So, a workaround was added to slow the CPU down and
  ensure that the CPU waits a bit for the chipset to actually go idle.
  This workaround is ancient and has been in place in some form since
  the original kernel ACPI implementation.

  But, this workaround is very painful on modern systems.  The "inl()"
  can take thousands of cycles (see Link: for some more detailed
  numbers and some fun kernel archaeology).

  First and foremost, modern systems should not be using this code.
  Typical Intel systems have not used it in over a decade because it is
  horribly inferior to MWAIT-based idle.

  Despite this, people do seem to be tripping over this workaround on
  AMD system today.

  Limit the "dummy wait" workaround to Intel systems.  Keep Modern AMD
  systems from tripping over the workaround.  Remotely modern Intel
  systems use intel_idle instead of this code and will, in practice,
  remain unaffected by the dummy wait.

  Reported-by: K Prateek Nayak 
  Suggested-by: Rafael J. Wysocki 
  Signed-off-by: Dave Hansen 
  Reviewed-by: Mario Limonciello 
  Tested-by: K Prateek Nayak 
  Link: 
https://lore.kernel.org/all/20220921063638.2489-1-kprateek.na...@amd.com/
  Link: https://lkml.kernel.org/r/20220922184745.3252932-1-dave.han...@intel.com

  FIX:

  This issue pertains to  all Zen based processors starting with
  Naples(Zen1). All LTS releases will need this fix:

  
https://github.com/torvalds/linux/commit/e400ad8b7e6a1b9102123c6240289a811501f7d9

  TESTCASE:

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[Kernel-packages] [Bug 1990985] Re: ACPI: processor idle: Practically limit "Dummy wait" workaround to old Intel systems

2022-10-19 Thread Ubuntu Kernel Bot
This bug is awaiting verification that the linux/4.15.0-195.206 kernel
in -proposed solves the problem. Please test the kernel and update this
bug with the results. If the problem is solved, change the tag
'verification-needed-bionic' to 'verification-done-bionic'. If the
problem still exists, change the tag 'verification-needed-bionic' to
'verification-failed-bionic'.

If verification is not done by 5 working days from today, this fix will
be dropped from the source code, and this bug will be closed.

See https://wiki.ubuntu.com/Testing/EnableProposed for documentation how
to enable and use -proposed. Thank you!

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Title:
  ACPI: processor idle: Practically limit "Dummy wait" workaround to old
  Intel systems

Status in linux package in Ubuntu:
  In Progress
Status in linux source package in Bionic:
  Fix Committed
Status in linux source package in Focal:
  Fix Committed
Status in linux source package in Jammy:
  Fix Committed
Status in linux source package in Kinetic:
  In Progress

Bug description:
  IMPACT:
  Old, circa 2002 chipsets have a bug: they don't go idle when they are
  supposed to.  So, a workaround was added to slow the CPU down and
  ensure that the CPU waits a bit for the chipset to actually go idle.
  This workaround is ancient and has been in place in some form since
  the original kernel ACPI implementation.

  But, this workaround is very painful on modern systems.  The "inl()"
  can take thousands of cycles (see Link: for some more detailed
  numbers and some fun kernel archaeology).

  First and foremost, modern systems should not be using this code.
  Typical Intel systems have not used it in over a decade because it is
  horribly inferior to MWAIT-based idle.

  Despite this, people do seem to be tripping over this workaround on
  AMD system today.

  Limit the "dummy wait" workaround to Intel systems.  Keep Modern AMD
  systems from tripping over the workaround.  Remotely modern Intel
  systems use intel_idle instead of this code and will, in practice,
  remain unaffected by the dummy wait.

  Reported-by: K Prateek Nayak 
  Suggested-by: Rafael J. Wysocki 
  Signed-off-by: Dave Hansen 
  Reviewed-by: Mario Limonciello 
  Tested-by: K Prateek Nayak 
  Link: 
https://lore.kernel.org/all/20220921063638.2489-1-kprateek.na...@amd.com/
  Link: https://lkml.kernel.org/r/20220922184745.3252932-1-dave.han...@intel.com

  FIX:

  This issue pertains to  all Zen based processors starting with
  Naples(Zen1). All LTS releases will need this fix:

  
https://github.com/torvalds/linux/commit/e400ad8b7e6a1b9102123c6240289a811501f7d9

  TESTCASE:

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[Kernel-packages] [Bug 1990985] Re: ACPI: processor idle: Practically limit "Dummy wait" workaround to old Intel systems

2022-10-05 Thread Stefan Bader
** Changed in: linux (Ubuntu Jammy)
   Status: In Progress => Fix Committed

** Changed in: linux (Ubuntu Focal)
   Status: In Progress => Fix Committed

** Changed in: linux (Ubuntu Bionic)
   Status: In Progress => Fix Committed

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Title:
  ACPI: processor idle: Practically limit "Dummy wait" workaround to old
  Intel systems

Status in linux package in Ubuntu:
  In Progress
Status in linux source package in Bionic:
  Fix Committed
Status in linux source package in Focal:
  Fix Committed
Status in linux source package in Jammy:
  Fix Committed
Status in linux source package in Kinetic:
  In Progress

Bug description:
  IMPACT:
  Old, circa 2002 chipsets have a bug: they don't go idle when they are
  supposed to.  So, a workaround was added to slow the CPU down and
  ensure that the CPU waits a bit for the chipset to actually go idle.
  This workaround is ancient and has been in place in some form since
  the original kernel ACPI implementation.

  But, this workaround is very painful on modern systems.  The "inl()"
  can take thousands of cycles (see Link: for some more detailed
  numbers and some fun kernel archaeology).

  First and foremost, modern systems should not be using this code.
  Typical Intel systems have not used it in over a decade because it is
  horribly inferior to MWAIT-based idle.

  Despite this, people do seem to be tripping over this workaround on
  AMD system today.

  Limit the "dummy wait" workaround to Intel systems.  Keep Modern AMD
  systems from tripping over the workaround.  Remotely modern Intel
  systems use intel_idle instead of this code and will, in practice,
  remain unaffected by the dummy wait.

  Reported-by: K Prateek Nayak 
  Suggested-by: Rafael J. Wysocki 
  Signed-off-by: Dave Hansen 
  Reviewed-by: Mario Limonciello 
  Tested-by: K Prateek Nayak 
  Link: 
https://lore.kernel.org/all/20220921063638.2489-1-kprateek.na...@amd.com/
  Link: https://lkml.kernel.org/r/20220922184745.3252932-1-dave.han...@intel.com

  FIX:

  This issue pertains to  all Zen based processors starting with
  Naples(Zen1). All LTS releases will need this fix:

  
https://github.com/torvalds/linux/commit/e400ad8b7e6a1b9102123c6240289a811501f7d9

  TESTCASE:

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[Kernel-packages] [Bug 1990985] Re: ACPI: processor idle: Practically limit "Dummy wait" workaround to old Intel systems

2022-10-03 Thread Jeff Lane 
Focal requires 1 addtional patch:
fa583f71a99c8 2019-10-24 Yin Fengwei ACPI: processor_idle: Skip dummy wait if 
kernel is in guest

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

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Title:
  ACPI: processor idle: Practically limit "Dummy wait" workaround to old
  Intel systems

Status in linux package in Ubuntu:
  In Progress
Status in linux source package in Bionic:
  In Progress
Status in linux source package in Focal:
  In Progress
Status in linux source package in Jammy:
  In Progress
Status in linux source package in Kinetic:
  In Progress

Bug description:
  IMPACT:
  Old, circa 2002 chipsets have a bug: they don't go idle when they are
  supposed to.  So, a workaround was added to slow the CPU down and
  ensure that the CPU waits a bit for the chipset to actually go idle.
  This workaround is ancient and has been in place in some form since
  the original kernel ACPI implementation.

  But, this workaround is very painful on modern systems.  The "inl()"
  can take thousands of cycles (see Link: for some more detailed
  numbers and some fun kernel archaeology).

  First and foremost, modern systems should not be using this code.
  Typical Intel systems have not used it in over a decade because it is
  horribly inferior to MWAIT-based idle.

  Despite this, people do seem to be tripping over this workaround on
  AMD system today.

  Limit the "dummy wait" workaround to Intel systems.  Keep Modern AMD
  systems from tripping over the workaround.  Remotely modern Intel
  systems use intel_idle instead of this code and will, in practice,
  remain unaffected by the dummy wait.

  Reported-by: K Prateek Nayak 
  Suggested-by: Rafael J. Wysocki 
  Signed-off-by: Dave Hansen 
  Reviewed-by: Mario Limonciello 
  Tested-by: K Prateek Nayak 
  Link: 
https://lore.kernel.org/all/20220921063638.2489-1-kprateek.na...@amd.com/
  Link: https://lkml.kernel.org/r/20220922184745.3252932-1-dave.han...@intel.com

  FIX:

  This issue pertains to  all Zen based processors starting with
  Naples(Zen1). All LTS releases will need this fix:

  
https://github.com/torvalds/linux/commit/e400ad8b7e6a1b9102123c6240289a811501f7d9

  TESTCASE:

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[Kernel-packages] [Bug 1990985] Re: ACPI: processor idle: Practically limit "Dummy wait" workaround to old Intel systems

2022-09-29 Thread Stefan Bader
** Changed in: linux (Ubuntu Jammy)
   Importance: Undecided => Medium

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

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

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Title:
  ACPI: processor idle: Practically limit "Dummy wait" workaround to old
  Intel systems

Status in linux package in Ubuntu:
  In Progress
Status in linux source package in Bionic:
  In Progress
Status in linux source package in Focal:
  In Progress
Status in linux source package in Jammy:
  In Progress
Status in linux source package in Kinetic:
  In Progress

Bug description:
  IMPACT:
  Old, circa 2002 chipsets have a bug: they don't go idle when they are
  supposed to.  So, a workaround was added to slow the CPU down and
  ensure that the CPU waits a bit for the chipset to actually go idle.
  This workaround is ancient and has been in place in some form since
  the original kernel ACPI implementation.

  But, this workaround is very painful on modern systems.  The "inl()"
  can take thousands of cycles (see Link: for some more detailed
  numbers and some fun kernel archaeology).

  First and foremost, modern systems should not be using this code.
  Typical Intel systems have not used it in over a decade because it is
  horribly inferior to MWAIT-based idle.

  Despite this, people do seem to be tripping over this workaround on
  AMD system today.

  Limit the "dummy wait" workaround to Intel systems.  Keep Modern AMD
  systems from tripping over the workaround.  Remotely modern Intel
  systems use intel_idle instead of this code and will, in practice,
  remain unaffected by the dummy wait.

  Reported-by: K Prateek Nayak 
  Suggested-by: Rafael J. Wysocki 
  Signed-off-by: Dave Hansen 
  Reviewed-by: Mario Limonciello 
  Tested-by: K Prateek Nayak 
  Link: 
https://lore.kernel.org/all/20220921063638.2489-1-kprateek.na...@amd.com/
  Link: https://lkml.kernel.org/r/20220922184745.3252932-1-dave.han...@intel.com

  FIX:

  This issue pertains to  all Zen based processors starting with
  Naples(Zen1). All LTS releases will need this fix:

  
https://github.com/torvalds/linux/commit/e400ad8b7e6a1b9102123c6240289a811501f7d9

  TESTCASE:

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[Kernel-packages] [Bug 1990985] Re: ACPI: processor idle: Practically limit "Dummy wait" workaround to old Intel systems

2022-09-28 Thread Jeff Lane 
PR made for Jammy and Kinetic.
Not a clean pick to Focal or Bionic, will need more work here.

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Title:
  ACPI: processor idle: Practically limit "Dummy wait" workaround to old
  Intel systems

Status in linux package in Ubuntu:
  In Progress
Status in linux source package in Bionic:
  In Progress
Status in linux source package in Focal:
  In Progress
Status in linux source package in Jammy:
  In Progress
Status in linux source package in Kinetic:
  In Progress

Bug description:
  IMPACT:
  Old, circa 2002 chipsets have a bug: they don't go idle when they are
  supposed to.  So, a workaround was added to slow the CPU down and
  ensure that the CPU waits a bit for the chipset to actually go idle.
  This workaround is ancient and has been in place in some form since
  the original kernel ACPI implementation.

  But, this workaround is very painful on modern systems.  The "inl()"
  can take thousands of cycles (see Link: for some more detailed
  numbers and some fun kernel archaeology).

  First and foremost, modern systems should not be using this code.
  Typical Intel systems have not used it in over a decade because it is
  horribly inferior to MWAIT-based idle.

  Despite this, people do seem to be tripping over this workaround on
  AMD system today.

  Limit the "dummy wait" workaround to Intel systems.  Keep Modern AMD
  systems from tripping over the workaround.  Remotely modern Intel
  systems use intel_idle instead of this code and will, in practice,
  remain unaffected by the dummy wait.

  Reported-by: K Prateek Nayak 
  Suggested-by: Rafael J. Wysocki 
  Signed-off-by: Dave Hansen 
  Reviewed-by: Mario Limonciello 
  Tested-by: K Prateek Nayak 
  Link: 
https://lore.kernel.org/all/20220921063638.2489-1-kprateek.na...@amd.com/
  Link: https://lkml.kernel.org/r/20220922184745.3252932-1-dave.han...@intel.com

  FIX:

  This issue pertains to  all Zen based processors starting with
  Naples(Zen1). All LTS releases will need this fix:

  
https://github.com/torvalds/linux/commit/e400ad8b7e6a1b9102123c6240289a811501f7d9

  TESTCASE:

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[Kernel-packages] [Bug 1990985] Re: ACPI: processor idle: Practically limit "Dummy wait" workaround to old Intel systems

2022-09-27 Thread Jeff Lane 
Kim, I'm going to target this just to Bionic for now... I realize that
you said "all LTS" but Xenial and Trusty are comparatively ancient and
are no longer receiving non-security updates.

** Description changed:

+ IMPACT:
+ Old, circa 2002 chipsets have a bug: they don't go idle when they are
+ supposed to.  So, a workaround was added to slow the CPU down and
+ ensure that the CPU waits a bit for the chipset to actually go idle.
+ This workaround is ancient and has been in place in some form since
+ the original kernel ACPI implementation.
+ 
+ But, this workaround is very painful on modern systems.  The "inl()"
+ can take thousands of cycles (see Link: for some more detailed
+ numbers and some fun kernel archaeology).
+ 
+ First and foremost, modern systems should not be using this code.
+ Typical Intel systems have not used it in over a decade because it is
+ horribly inferior to MWAIT-based idle.
+ 
+ Despite this, people do seem to be tripping over this workaround on
+ AMD system today.
+ 
+ Limit the "dummy wait" workaround to Intel systems.  Keep Modern AMD
+ systems from tripping over the workaround.  Remotely modern Intel
+ systems use intel_idle instead of this code and will, in practice,
+ remain unaffected by the dummy wait.
+ 
+ Reported-by: K Prateek Nayak 
+ Suggested-by: Rafael J. Wysocki 
+ Signed-off-by: Dave Hansen 
+ Reviewed-by: Mario Limonciello 
+ Tested-by: K Prateek Nayak 
+ Link: 
https://lore.kernel.org/all/20220921063638.2489-1-kprateek.na...@amd.com/
+ Link: https://lkml.kernel.org/r/20220922184745.3252932-1-dave.han...@intel.com
+ 
+ FIX:
+ 
  This issue pertains to  all Zen based processors starting with
  Naples(Zen1). All LTS releases will need this fix:
  
  
https://github.com/torvalds/linux/commit/e400ad8b7e6a1b9102123c6240289a811501f7d9
+ 
+ TESTCASE:

** Also affects: linux (Ubuntu Bionic)
   Importance: Undecided
   Status: New

** Also affects: linux (Ubuntu Jammy)
   Importance: Undecided
   Status: New

** Also affects: linux (Ubuntu Focal)
   Importance: Undecided
   Status: New

** Also affects: linux (Ubuntu Kinetic)
   Importance: Undecided
   Status: Confirmed

** Changed in: linux (Ubuntu Kinetic)
   Status: Confirmed => In Progress

** Changed in: linux (Ubuntu Kinetic)
 Assignee: (unassigned) => Jeff Lane  (bladernr)

** Changed in: linux (Ubuntu Jammy)
   Status: New => In Progress

** Changed in: linux (Ubuntu Focal)
   Status: New => In Progress

** Changed in: linux (Ubuntu Bionic)
   Status: New => In Progress

** Changed in: linux (Ubuntu Jammy)
 Assignee: (unassigned) => Jeff Lane  (bladernr)

** Changed in: linux (Ubuntu Focal)
 Assignee: (unassigned) => Jeff Lane  (bladernr)

** Changed in: linux (Ubuntu Bionic)
 Assignee: (unassigned) => Jeff Lane  (bladernr)

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Title:
  ACPI: processor idle: Practically limit "Dummy wait" workaround to old
  Intel systems

Status in linux package in Ubuntu:
  In Progress
Status in linux source package in Bionic:
  In Progress
Status in linux source package in Focal:
  In Progress
Status in linux source package in Jammy:
  In Progress
Status in linux source package in Kinetic:
  In Progress

Bug description:
  IMPACT:
  Old, circa 2002 chipsets have a bug: they don't go idle when they are
  supposed to.  So, a workaround was added to slow the CPU down and
  ensure that the CPU waits a bit for the chipset to actually go idle.
  This workaround is ancient and has been in place in some form since
  the original kernel ACPI implementation.

  But, this workaround is very painful on modern systems.  The "inl()"
  can take thousands of cycles (see Link: for some more detailed
  numbers and some fun kernel archaeology).

  First and foremost, modern systems should not be using this code.
  Typical Intel systems have not used it in over a decade because it is
  horribly inferior to MWAIT-based idle.

  Despite this, people do seem to be tripping over this workaround on
  AMD system today.

  Limit the "dummy wait" workaround to Intel systems.  Keep Modern AMD
  systems from tripping over the workaround.  Remotely modern Intel
  systems use intel_idle instead of this code and will, in practice,
  remain unaffected by the dummy wait.

  Reported-by: K Prateek Nayak 
  Suggested-by: Rafael J. Wysocki 
  Signed-off-by: Dave Hansen 
  Reviewed-by: Mario Limonciello 
  Tested-by: K Prateek Nayak 
  Link: 
https://lore.kernel.org/all/20220921063638.2489-1-kprateek.na...@amd.com/
  Link: https://lkml.kernel.org/r/20220922184745.3252932-1-dave.han...@intel.com

  FIX:

  This issue pertains to  all Zen based processors starting with
  Naples(Zen1). All LTS releases will need this fix:

  
https://github.com/torvalds/linux/commit/e400ad8b7e6a1b9102123c6240289a811501f7d9

  TESTCASE:

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[Kernel-packages] [Bug 1990985] Re: ACPI: processor idle: Practically limit "Dummy wait" workaround to old Intel systems

2022-09-27 Thread Jeff Lane 
** Tags added: servcert-550

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Title:
  ACPI: processor idle: Practically limit "Dummy wait" workaround to old
  Intel systems

Status in linux package in Ubuntu:
  Confirmed

Bug description:
  This issue pertains to  all Zen based processors starting with
  Naples(Zen1). All LTS releases will need this fix:

  
https://github.com/torvalds/linux/commit/e400ad8b7e6a1b9102123c6240289a811501f7d9

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[Kernel-packages] [Bug 1990985] Re: ACPI: processor idle: Practically limit "Dummy wait" workaround to old Intel systems

2022-09-27 Thread Kim Naru
** Changed in: linux (Ubuntu)
   Status: Incomplete => Confirmed

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Title:
  ACPI: processor idle: Practically limit "Dummy wait" workaround to old
  Intel systems

Status in linux package in Ubuntu:
  Confirmed

Bug description:
  This issue pertains to  all Zen based processors starting with
  Naples(Zen1). All LTS releases will need this fix:

  
https://github.com/torvalds/linux/commit/e400ad8b7e6a1b9102123c6240289a811501f7d9

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