FEDORA-2018-cc812838fb

security update in Fedora 28 for kernel and kernel-headers

Status: stable 17 days ago

The 4.17.11 stable update contains a number of important fixes across the tree. Also of note, starting with this release, kernel-headers is built from a different srpm. The contents should be the same, but there were some benefits to breaking it from the kernel build.


The 4.17.10 stable kernel update contains a number of important fixes across the tree.

Reboot Required

After installing this update it is required that you reboot your system to ensure the changes supplied by this update are applied properly.

Comments 33

This update has been submitted for testing by jforbes.

This update has obsoleted kernel-4.17.10-200.fc28, and has inherited its bugs and notes.

Works for me, although paxtest has failed

karma: +1 critpath: +1

Looks ok, bu just a qq - why latest kernel - I think from 4.17.9 onwards don't generate rescue image any more?

karma: +1 critpath: +1

The rescue issue is a dracut bug that should have been resolved with dracut-048-14.git20180726.fc28 see https://bugzilla.redhat.com/show_bug.cgi?id=1581478

This update has been pushed to testing.

Works for me.. The Default and Performance Regression tests pass OK.
AMD 965, x86_64 work station, Plasma DE, X-server, nVidia card GTX 650 (GK107) + nVidia RPM's from Negativo17.

Sorry forgot karma :(

karma: +1 critpath: +1

Works here (T450s, XS35GTv2, VM).

karma: +1 critpath: +1

I've installed this on my chat server and it seems to work.

karma: +1 critpath: +1

No regressions noted on x86_64 Haswell.

karma: +1 critpath: +1

Thanks @jforbes ; I replied to that bugzilla since I believe this is still not functional.

Working well on a X1 4th Gen.

karma: +1

No regressions noted on x86_64 Intel Core i5-3550.

karma: +1 critpath: +1
karma: +1 critpath: +1

works for me

karma: +1

No regressions on Thinkpad X250

karma: +1 critpath: +1
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Works great on Lenovo T480 with dGPU! LGTM! =)

karma: +1

works for me

karma: +1

No issues encountered, kernel test suite passes, NVIDIA drivers continue to work.

karma: +1 critpath: +1

This kernel is running flawlessly on my systems.

karma: +1

No regressions found, kernel tests passed expect for paxtest as usual on my Lenovo E560

karma: +1

Probably ready for stable and start building 4.17.12 ;)

karma: +1

The i686 build runs fine. The default regression tests passed.

karma: +1 critpath: +1
karma: +1 critpath: +1

This update has been submitted for batched by jforbes.

This update has been submitted for stable by jforbes.

no regressions spotted

karma: +1

Tons of ACPI AML parser errors. Fixed in 4.17.12 with commit 54babab9098fcc0e875477e699933615f72e41aa. Please don't +1 updates that have new errors spit out at boot time. It looks bad to users who don't know what they mean.

Works on XPS 13 9360.

karma: +1 critpath: +1

This update has been pushed to stable.

Notebook won't boot and systemd report a lot of errors before freezing My config: amd r7 265M, i7 4510U, 16GB ddr3

karma: -1 critpath: -1

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#1608559 CVE-2018-14678 xen: Uninitialized state in x86 PV failsafe callback path (XSA-274)
#1608560 CVE-2018-14678 xen: Uninitialized state in PV syscall return path (XSA-274) [fedora-all]
Test Case kernel regression
Does the system's basic functionality continue to work after this update?
Is the update generally functional?
Content Type
RPM
Status
stable
Test Gating
Submitted by
Update Type
security
Update Severity
unspecified
Karma
+19
stable threshold: 3
unstable threshold: -3
Autopush
Disabled
Dates
submitted 21 days ago
in testing 20 days ago
in stable 17 days ago

Related Bugs 2

00 #1608559 CVE-2018-14678 xen: Uninitialized state in x86 PV failsafe callback path (XSA-274)
00 #1608560 CVE-2018-14678 xen: Uninitialized state in PV syscall return path (XSA-274) [fedora-all]

Automated Test Results

Test Cases

00 Test Case kernel regression