12:26 <slangasek> can I get expedited SRU review of the above systemd
SRU?  It's thought to address an emergent regression introduced by
changes in NVME support in the kernel, and blocks being able to run
MAAS-based CI against machines with NVME

12:26 <slangasek> there's an existing SRU in xenial-proposed which
hasn't been verified; we should just stack them

12:28 <sil2100> I could, but I am but a newb so someone would anyone
have to double-check before I can approve it

12:28 <sil2100> Since bdmurray said I still need to do some coordinated
reviews for now

12:31 <sil2100> slangasek: are all those patches present in systemd
323-10 from zesty? Or is that one not affected?

12:35 <rbasak> Is rharper happy to have the aging clock and verification
reset?

12:41 <rbasak> slangasek: I'm not convinced about the reason for the
urgency here. It looks like NVMe support was added in an SRU in
November, and was done wrong. So surely we need to take more time and
care this time, not less?

12:42 <rbasak> How long has this had time to bake in Zesty? It's not
marked Fix Released yet.

12:47 <slangasek> rbasak: the NVME support was added in the kernel
publication cycle that released to -updates at the beginning of this
year

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