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Re: preparations for 4.13.1 and 4.12.3

Hi Stefano,

On 10/04/2020 17:37, Stefano Stabellini wrote:
On Fri, 10 Apr 2020, Julien Grall wrote:
On 09/04/2020 08:41, Jan Beulich wrote:

Hi Jan & Stefano,

the releases are due in a week or two. Please point out backports
you find missing from the respective staging branches, but which
you consider relevant. (Ian, I notice there haven't been any
tools side backports at all so far. Julien, Stefano - same for

Below a list of suggested backport for Arm for 4.12 and 4.13:

b4637ed6cd5375f04ac51d6b900a9ccad6c6c03a  xen/arm: initialize vpl011 flag
b31666c8912bf18d9eff963b06d856e7e818ff34  xen/arm: during efi boot, improve
the check for usable memory
f14f55b7ee295277c8dd09e37e0fa0902ccf7eb4  xen/arm: remove physical timer
3c601c5f056fba055b7a1438b84b69fc649275c3  xen/arm: Sign extend TimerValue when
computing the CompareValue

Thanks! I did these four and also the following:

69da7d5440c609c57c5bba9a73b91c62ba2852e6 xen/arm: Handle unimplemented VGICv3 
registers as RAZ/WI

I saw it and forgot to add it in the list :$.


I think the following could be a good candidate. It also touches x86 so
I thought I should ask you.

6827bea2b3b99153821b8b7446bdced27f720188 dom0-build: fix build with clang5

If we are backporting build fixes for newer compilers, shouldn't we backport all of them?


Julien Grall



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