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cyphermoxarges: hello! any news about multipath-modules?13:27
argescyphermox: patch is on the ML, smb acked the patch. So it might be applied at some point soon13:29
cyphermoxcool, thanks13:31
smbarges, of course we may have added dm-queue-length along with dm-service-time ;-P13:32
cyphermoxdo you mean you added it as well, or that it should have been done? :)13:32
smbcyphermox, we could have done but did not13:32
cyphermoxwell, either is fine13:33
argesso for this case, it really just matters at install time right? since this is what gets put into the udeb13:33
cyphermoxyeah, it's just for the installer13:33
smbyeah as long as the other does not get default one day (which probably is not happening)13:33
argesso if the package default changes we just need to accomidate that13:33
cyphermoxyou could easily install with X and then update to Y after the install13:33
argesyea and in that case the module is already there13:34
Teduardodoes anyone know what causes cmci storm detected and cmci storm subsided messages during an install of ubuntu 14.04?14:11
Teduardoi'm testing a server from a new vendor and i've never ever seen that before14:12
argesTeduardo: sounds like a hardware issue. https://lkml.org/lkml/2012/8/7/91614:22
jsalisbury** Ubuntu Kernel Team Meeting - Today @ 17:00 UTC - #ubuntu-meeting14:57
bjfmanjo, didn't you want to discuss something this a.m.?15:10
manjobjf, yes I did .. stuck on calls 15:10
manjobjf, so starts in 40mts ? 15:11
bjfmanjo, starts here in this channel whenever you want :-)15:12
manjobjf, yes sir 15:13
argesbjf: 8184815:18
manjocking, bjf, I have 3 question related to ARM64 ... I am not looking for info on specific patches etc... but just to get an idea about where we are at with these 3 things for 15.10. 15:40
manjo1. What is the timeline for merging ARM64 + ACPI patches from upstream and linar15:40
manjoo in 15.10? is ppsati doing that work, can we work with him if our friends find15:40
manjosome missing patches that we might have to cherry pick from upstream?15:40
manjojsalisbury, ^15:41
ckingmanjo, which specific ACPI features do you require?15:42
manjocking, so I know that a lot of the platform code are already upstream, but some of the driver work is ongoing ... I just want to get a feel for who is tracking those patches 15:43
manjocking, if not I can track those and send pull reqs15:43
ckingmanjo, not me personally15:43
ckingagain, "which patches"?15:44
bjfmanjo, we don't have any, one, person specifically tasked with "track linaro ACPI patches that are not upstream"15:45
manjocking, like I said at the beginning I am not looking at specific patches ... I just want to get a general idea from you guys 15:45
bjfmanjo, if you are tracking things like that you are welcome to submit patch requests to the ML like anyone is15:45
manjoso that I could send in pull reqs15:46
ckingmanjo, the default is that you get what lands in the wily kernel when is released, e.g. 4.115:46
manjocking, cool. I will track the deta and send you any pulls reqs then 15:46
ckingor 4.2 pehaps15:46
manjocking, will you pull from linaro ?15:46
manjocking, coz that leads into my Q215:47
manjoWhat is the delta like between LEG and 15.10 dev kernel? Some of our friends want to drop using LEG and start using 15.10 dev tree as the base tree for arm64 servers. How quickly can we sync dev 15.10 with LEG ? 15:47
manjos/quicly/frequently 15:47
bjfmanjo, upstream in Linus' tree15:48
ckingwhat's LEG?15:48
manjolinaro engg 15:48
ckingmanjo, i really can't tell what the delta is, that's a homework question isn't it?15:49
manjocking, linaro enterprize group ... ie linaro kernel 15:49
bjfmanjo, we don't track everyone's kernel git repo15:49
ckingnot in my head, anyway15:50
ckingmanjo, i think if you need to know the delta, one can work that out yourself, you have access to the git repos15:51
manjook I was under the assumption that you guys track and pull linaro patches ... that is why I asked 15:52
manjoso I thought you might be able to tell me if there is a 6 month worth of delta or couple of weeks 15:53
bjfmanjo, sorry, we just don't know. there are too many kernel git repos for us to track very many. that's certainly not one we do.15:54
manjoone more question ... but I think I know the ans already ... do you guys plan to pull in 8.1 arch support & smmuv3 support in 15.10 ? 15:56
manjothose patches are still int he works and might not have hit stable ... but from what I hear those might be upstream by october ish15:57
manjoif not .. do you see any issues with pulling those in for 16.04 dev ? 15:57
bjfmanjo, if they hit Linus' tree then we'll likely pull them automatically for 16.04. if they don't reach upstream until oct. then they likely won't make it into 15.1015:59
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jsalisbury## Kernel team meeting in 5 minutes16:56
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