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[Xen-devel] Recommendations for backport from unstable to 4.1


Here are some more recommendations for backports from unstable to 4.1,
based upon the XenServer patch queue.  Patches with a * do not apply
cleanly, and I can provide patches if you wish to backport them.  The
rest should apply cleanly (unless I have missed a dependency on other
patches we have in our queue, which case I apologize)

The following are bugfixes:

* 23101:dd386a4b6595 # x86: fix tboot after c/s 23013:65d26504e843 (ACPI
  23686:7c39a2c0d870 # pygrub: fix solaris kernel issue
  23781:0849b0e59e24 # pm: don't truncate processors' ACPI IDs to 8 bits
  23813:5535d7ce2673 # xen, vtd: Fix device check for devices behind
PCIe-to-PCI bridges
  25162:478bec603d3d # xen: Fix schedule()'s grabbing of the schedule lock
  25487:baa85434d0ec # x86/mm: fix mod_l1_entry() return value when
encountering r/o MMIO page
  25489:cc46bd403bc4 # x86/PCI: fix guest_io_read() when pci_cfg_ok()
denies access

The following are not strictly bugfixes, but I feel they should be

* 23726:fd97ca086df6 # x86: update Intel CPUID masking code to latest spec
  23731:48f72b389b04 # x86: add change missing in c/s 23726:fd97ca086df6
  24261:64088ba60263 # x86/cpuidle: add Westmere-EX support to hw
residencies reading logic
  24970:33980e36597b # x86/cpuidle: deny access to the I/O port used for
* 25482:34c725807d21 # SVM: fix performance decrease with asid assignment

Andrew Cooper - Dom0 Kernel Engineer, Citrix XenServer
T: +44 (0)1223 225 900, http://www.citrix.com

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