jjohansenogasawara: finally sent00:09
jjohansensorry, its been a busy day00:09
ogasawarajjohansen: no worries00:09
Sarvattogasawara: big fat thumbs up on http://people.canonical.com/~ogasawara/lp644237/amd64/ here01:29
Sarvattbah, I take that back, just needed more time to manifest - WARNING: at /home/ogasawara/maverick-amd64/ubuntu-2.6/arch/x86/include/asm/processor.h:1005 read_measured_perf_ctrs+0x78/0x90()01:30
vanhoofSarvatt: try unplugging the power01:33
vanhoofSarvatt: that seemed to trigger it in the bug report01:34
vanhoofnot sure if thats true or not01:34
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tseliotsmb: do we have this commit in Maverick's kernel? http://git.kernel.org/?p=linux/kernel/git/x86/linux-2.6-tip.git;a=commit;h=54ff7e595d763d894104d421b103a89f7becf47c10:40
smbtseliot, I check to be sure but I think this came with some of the later stable updates which will not be intitially in10:41
tseliotsmb: I'm asking as it's supposed to solve a problem with Nvidia's beta driver (that I plan on uploading after RC): http://www.nvnews.net/vbulletin/showthread.php?p=232053710:42
smbtseliot, It was in which is not included on its own. You may try to convince ogasawara to pick it pre-stable for the day-0 update.10:44
smbThe upstream stable updates for can only be uploaded when the day-0 is out in updates10:45
tseliotsmb: ah, so things are frozen in the kernel now, I see10:46
tseliota day-0 update would still be fine10:47
tseliotI'll discuss this with Nvidia too10:47
smbtseliot, As you _may_ have noticed from reading some mails. You are aware that we release on 10.10? ;-)10:47
tseliotsmb: yes, kind of ;)10:47
smbJust checking :)10:47
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diwichow can I run git blame but on an earlier version of the file than current HEAD?13:46
smbdiwic, You can add a sha1 from the past13:47
smbgit blame <sha1> <path to file>13:48
smbsha1 could also be a tag13:48
diwicit works now13:48
diwicI think you have to check out that old version through "git checkout" as well perhaps13:49
smbI did not think so13:49
diwicthanks anyway13:50
smbnp :)13:50
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mpoiriercooleney: I just checkout the lasted sound changes from TI - there is a lot of patches.15:31
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ogasawaraanyone seen JFo today?17:50
jjohansenogasawara: hrmm, no but he was complaining of a really bad headache last night18:09
ogasawaraSarvatt: thanks for testing that kernel yesterday and also for posting a comment to the upstream bug report.  It looks like hpa has requested more info from you in the upstream bug report.  Care to follow up with him when you have a moment.18:40
ogasawaraSarvatt: https://bugzilla.kernel.org/show_bug.cgi?id=16322 (just for quick reference)18:40
ubot2bugzilla.kernel.org bug 16322 in Other "WARNING: at /arch/x86/include/asm/processor.h:1005 read_measured_perf_ctrs+0x5a/0x70()" [Normal,New]18:41
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* tgardner lunches. where has the day gone?19:15
vanhoofogasawara: Sarvatt is out atm, i'll follow-up so that data gets posted19:20
Sarvattvanhoof: I responded! :)19:20
Sarvattwaiting for this hour long build to finish to reboot with the messed up bios setting to get the info he wanted19:21
vanhoofSarvatt: oh, i thought i saw an email saying you'd be afk for a while19:21
vanhoofmaybe that was yesterday19:21
Sarvattthat was yesterday yeah19:21
vanhoofNM :D19:21
vanhoofsee how much im paying attention!19:21
vanhoofSarvatt: i think ogasawara is talking about the needinfo from https://bugzilla.kernel.org/show_bug.cgi?id=16322#c9419:22
ubot2bugzilla.kernel.org bug 16322 in Other "WARNING: at /arch/x86/include/asm/processor.h:1005 read_measured_perf_ctrs+0x5a/0x70()" [Normal,New]19:22
* jjohansen -> lunch19:45
* ogasawara lunch20:52
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sabdflhello rockstars22:08
sabdfli heard i have you to thank for my longer battery life?22:08
sabdflthank you :-)22:08
sabdflquick question on iwlagn with 5300 chip22:08
sabdfl03:00.0 Network controller: Intel Corporation Ultimate N WiFi Link 530022:09
sabdflthat one22:09
sabdflit fails every 3 minutes with N networks22:09
sabdflfirmware issue, Intel say they are working on a fix22:09
sabdflworkaround is simple:22:10
sabdflmark@avril:~$ cat /etc/modprobe.d/intel-5300-iwlagn-disable11n.conf 22:10
sabdfloptions iwlagn 11n_disable=122:10
sabdflupstream bug is at https://bugzilla.kernel.org/show_bug.cgi?id=1669122:12
ubot2bugzilla.kernel.org bug 16691 in Wireless "IPW5100: iwlagn broken with 2.6.34.x to update" [High,New]22:12
sabdflintel's talking about new firmware22:12
ogasawarasabdfl: thanks for the heads up, do you know if Intel mentioned an eta for a firmware update?22:12
sabdflseems they are worried about it22:12
sabdflworkaround is confirmed good on two different laptops at Chez Moi22:13
ogasawarasabdfl: I'll make sure we make a release note for this at the very least.22:13
sabdflwithout it, all these intel-based laptops go bustificated quickly on n networks22:13
sabdfli'd prefer we put the 11n_disable thing in, it's a real showstopper, and end-users won't find the workaround22:14
ogasawarasabdfl: other option would be to add a temporary quirk to module-init-tools till we get the newer firmware22:14
sabdflright, 11n_disable should be removed when we get the new firmware22:14
sabdflComment #22 From wey-yi.w.guy@intel.com 2010-09-22 20:20:0222:15
sabdflI don't want to close this bug and we are very active working on this and we22:15
sabdflbelieve we already have a solution for it. We are in the process of figure out22:15
sabdflhow to deliver the experimental version of uCode for user to test it out.22:15
ogasawararobbiew: around?  ^^ 22:17
robbiewogasawara: yep22:17
ogasawararobbiew: just a heads up about the above discussion22:17
sabdflsorry robbie. this was all just going too smoothly :-)22:18
robbiewogasawara: so planning on adding another 0-day update?22:22
ogasawararobbiew: it's rather an update to module-init-tools to add the temporary disablement.  we could do it as a 0-day upload or before if ok'd by the release team.22:24
sabdfli bet we have a bug report for it22:25
robbiewogasawara: hmm...seems harmless enough...as it's just an option (famous last words)22:26
ogasawararobbiew: I haven't touched module-init-tools much, but I think I could try to throw together a test package for sabdfl to test22:27
robbiewsabdfl: ack, thnx22:27
sabdflhappy to test22:28
robbiewogasawara: ok22:28
sabdflaffects Lenovo x201 and Dell TX222:28
sabdflat least, probably more22:28
sabdfli don't think pure-n networks are that widespread yet, but still22:29
sabdflonly going to get more so22:29
sabdflleeanne, feel free to bring me PPA for test or url to .deb. I'm packing it in for the evening but have time tomorrow. Am away over the weekend (kiko's wedding) and back Tues22:30
sabdflping me, not bring me22:30
* robbiew didn't even know kiko was engaged22:30
robbiewogasawara: I guess the only thing we have to remember is to disable this option once the fix arrives...but shouldn't be a big deal...n networks aren't THAT common yet22:31
robbiewobviously we need to release note it...so I'll attach bug 630748 to ubuntu-release-notes22:32
ubot2Launchpad bug 630748 in linux (Ubuntu Maverick) (and 1 other project) "iwlagn degrades quickly during normal wifi session (affects: 4) (dups: 1) (heat: 26)" [High,Confirmed] https://launchpad.net/bugs/63074822:32
ogasawararobbiew: I'll put a note in the changelog that the patch needs reverting once we get updated firmware.  I'll coordinate with tgardner to get it uploaded as I'm not sure I have upload rights for module-init-tools.22:33
robbiewogasawara: ok...I targeted the bug to -updates, since a real FIX won't be available until then anyway22:34
ogasawararobbiew: ack22:34
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