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Upgraded f23 x86_64 with no issues and rebooted with no issues.

BZ#1330212 cjdns fails to create tun device at boot

New package, so nothing can break...

Installed from scratch on CentOS-6.7 x86_64. Comes up out of the box with zero config (another cjdns node was alread on the LAN).

Yum pulled in libuv-0.10.34 as a dependency. The /usr/sbin/cjdroute does not use libuv dynamically, but embeds 0.11.4. I don't know where the dependency came from - I just double checked the SPEC. Ultimately, the goal is to use the system libuv, so I don't think this is a problem.

BZ#1268716 Review Request: cjdns - IP6 VPN with crypto address allocation
karma

Updated nacl with existing cjdns (local) build on centOS-7 with no problems. Reinstalled cjdns from epel-testing and that works too.

BZ#837050 Review Request: nacl - Networking and Cryptography library
BZ#1268716 Review Request: cjdns - IP6 VPN with crypto address allocation

Haven't gotten the 24-alpha ISO yet, to actually test, but might as well make it easy to install and test once 24 is out.

karma

Updated i686 system with cjdns using (locally built) libnacl.so.0 - and no problems.

BZ#837050 Review Request: nacl - Networking and Cryptography library
karma

Update x86_64 system and restarted cjdns which used (locally built) nacl - and no problems.

BZ#837050 Review Request: nacl - Networking and Cryptography library

Seems to work - did not crash when I suspended a session, and it did with the previous version. Using client on Fedora 22 and server on Fedora 23. Abrt assigned the crashes to #1270273

Updated through official Fedora updates-testing, and nothing broke. Now to wait for someone else to install it.

BZ#1268716 Review Request: cjdns - IP6 VPN with crypto address allocation
karma

Intel video still tainting kernel: #1303990

karma

Intel video still tainting kernel, but otherwise functional.

BZ#1303270 OOM kernel panic and network DoS
karma

tested on x86_64 only.

BZ#1303270 OOM kernel panic and network DoS
karma

Tested on X86_64. Would like to test on i386 laptop, but that is f22 and doesn't seem to be in update-testing yet. USB-Wifi memory leak is fixed! Yay!

Intel video still broken for 4.3 series: https://bugzilla.redhat.com/show_bug.cgi?id=1303990

karma

USB Wifi leaks 4-30kb/s kernel memory, depending on bad packets received. If you have USB Wifi, you might want the patched kernel in koji linked here: https://bugzilla.redhat.com/show_bug.cgi?id=1303270

karma

Still a serious memory leak for many people:
https://bugzilla.redhat.com/show_bug.cgi?id=1296972

karma

/proc/meminfo SUnreclaim: grows by 10k/sec resulting in OOM in a few hours.

karma

4.3.3 and 4.3.4 have this regression: https://bugzilla.redhat.com/show_bug.cgi?id=1303270

The system can stay up only 8 hours before crashing with an OOM panic (not due to any user space processes). The BSOD further more leaves the ether nic active in a way that DoSes all devices connected to the same switch.

Stuff seems to work for those 8 hours.