Summary of Problem Reports Assigned to "skrll"

Automatically generated on 14 Apr 2021 14:00:00 GMT

Severity
Categorycriticalseriousnon-criticalDescription
kern114 Kernel bugs
port-arm 2 NetBSD/arm bugs
port-evbarm 1 NetBSD/evbarm bugs
port-powerpc 1 NetBSD/powerpc bugs
toolchain 3 Toolchain bugs

Sorted by Category, Severity, and Priority.


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Category: kern

Severity: critical

kern/53630
[analyzed high priority sw-bug] openssl fallout on arm

Severity: serious

kern/11018
[open high priority sw-bug] VIA VT83C572 UHCI USB controller does not work
kern/49831
[open high priority sw-bug] closing a ucom(4) tty causes a kernel diagnostic panic
kern/26546
[open medium priority sw-bug] ohci can cancel timeouts before transfer have finished
kern/42979
[analyzed medium priority sw-bug] Data toggle issues in usb(4), slhci(4), uhci(4) and ehci(4)
kern/46648
[analyzed medium priority sw-bug] disconnecting usb mouse crashes system
kern/47131
[open medium priority sw-bug] "missed microframe, TT reset not implemented, ..." with USB 2.0 hard drive
kern/47153
[open medium priority sw-bug] Plugging in USB keyboard at "root device:" prompt crashes 6.0
kern/51093
[feedback medium priority sw-bug] Accessing USB hid device results in crash
kern/51664
[open medium priority sw-bug] slhci(4) does not handle NAKs properly
kern/52572
[feedback medium priority sw-bug] USB KVM not detected when attached to USB2 port on USB3 system
kern/52911
[open medium priority sw-bug] xhci: panic while plugging in USB device
kern/52939
[open medium priority sw-bug] System crashes randomly when usb devices are unplugged, in this case an Atheros usb wifi interface.
kern/53895
[open medium priority sw-bug] Intermittent USB-related kernel panics when using athn
kern/55273
[open medium priority sw-bug] urndis(4) error "could not find data bulk in/out" without CDC union descriptor

Category: port-arm

Severity: serious

port-arm/55239
[open high priority sw-bug] _atomic_cas_8_mp broken on evbarm (armv5)
port-arm/8156
[open medium priority sw-bug] step/next in gdb do not work

Category: port-evbarm

Severity: serious

port-evbarm/51050
[feedback high priority sw-bug] panic: kernel diagnostic assertion "ok" failed: file "/mnt/wasabi/netbsd/src/sys/arch/arm/arm32/pmap.c", line 1314

Category: port-powerpc

Severity: serious

port-powerpc/43043
[analyzed low priority sw-bug] linking powerpc64 gdb fails with undefined references

Category: toolchain

Severity: serious

toolchain/18294
[open medium priority sw-bug] make ld.elf_so handle unaligned relocs on powerpc
toolchain/18295
[open medium priority sw-bug] make ld.elf_so handle unaligned relocs on sh3
toolchain/38185
[open medium priority sw-bug] gdb does not step properly.

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