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Re: Progress: Chopping between 5.2 and 6.0.1
No. 5.2 is clean. (at least the release 5.2 macppc I tested)
At 9:45 AM -0400 3/22/13, Al Zick wrote:
>So, then is 5.2 bad?
>On Mar 22, 2013, at 12:41 AM, Donald Lee wrote:
>> I have done a bunch of builds, and tested the kernels. The interesting
>> builds are these:
>> cvs checkout -D 2011-04-15 -P src - usr9 - netbsd 5.99.49 - clean
>> cvs checkout -D 2011-05-05 -P src - usra - netbsd 5.99.51 - clean
>> cvs checkout -D 2011-05-11 -P src - usrc - (build) netbsd 5.99.51b
>> cvs checkout -D 2011-05-17 -P src - usrb - netbsd 5.99.51a - bad
>> cvs checkout -D 2011-06-01 -P src - usr7 - netbsd.5.99.52 - bad
>> Builds from "-D 2011-05-05" and previous are all good.
>> Builds from "-D 2011-05-17" and later are all bad.
>> I am running one more build for 2011-05-11 and will test it. The
>> build is running now.
>> I saved the kernels, and before pronouncing a verdict, I plan to re-test
>> the key "boundary condition" kernels just to make sure I didn't
>> mess up the testing.
>> It looks like the evil change went in between 2011-05-05 and 2011-05-17.
>> I'll report back when this latest build/test is done, and and after
>> I have re-checked the tests.
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