On 07. 10. 20, 20:05, Stefan Brüns wrote:
On Montag, 5. Oktober 2020 23:00:48 CEST Dominique
The kernel changelog contains pointless, repeated bug references to a long
closed bug ("Continuous stable update tracker for Tumbleweed").
The long closed bug is a meta tag to be used for exactly this purpose.
It marks patches to be clear they were added from the _stable_
We could use any tag, like
#this_patch_comes_from_the_latest_stable_tree. Way shorter bsc#1012628
is well-understood (you can open bugzilla, BS understands that tag and
shows the subject in SRs etc.) and means: these patches come from the
latest stable tree and were added only because of that.
Version update (5.8.10 -> 5.8.12)
Subpackages: kernel-default kernel-docs
- hv_netvsc: Switch the data path at the right time during
- commit 79e03c2
- Linux 5.8.12 (bsc#1012628).
- net/mlx5e: Fix endianness when calculating pedit mask first bit
- net/mlx5e: Use synchronize_rcu to sync with NAPI (bsc#1012628).
- net/mlx5e: Use RCU to protect rq->xdp_prog (bsc#1012628).
- Revert "netns: don't disable BHs when locking "nsid_lock""
Can this noise please be removed?
No. You need any reference/reason to add a patch. That's a kernel policy.
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