On Mon, 27 Mar 2006 17:12:59 EST, Steve Grubb said: > We've dropped the performance patch from the audit git tree for the time > being. I don't know if Andrew has refreshed his tree against the audit git > tree so that its dropped in his kernels, too. 2.6.16-mm1 has this version in it: -rw-r--r-- akpm/akpm 135621 2006-03-22 17:08:47 broken-out/git-audit-master.patch GIT f8becdcc22146fa7462c0a67a12d37d32bc15855 git+ssh://master.kernel.org/pub/scm/linux/kernel/git/viro/audit-current.git#master.b2 The most recent patch in that tree is Al Viro's March 10 fix for a leak in audit_inode_context. > I don't know if the performance patch was causing all your problems. But it > would be a worthwhile test to see if the lspp.14 kernel still has this > problem. The lspp.14 kernel is better for us to troubleshoot since we know > exactly what patches are applied to it. OK, I'm willing to check into that - where's the lspp.14 hiding? It seems that David Woodhouse's site stopped around lspp.10 or so.
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