Am 23.06.19 um 22:14 schrieb Peter Robinson:
> Am 23.06.19 um 21:22 schrieb Jan Kratochvil:
>> On Sun, 23 Jun 2019 12:32:14 +0200, Peter Robinson wrote:
>>> There's a few Fedora patches but nothing specific to mmc or the RPi
>>> mmc/sdhci modules.
>> kernel-5.0. 0-300.fc30.aarch64 PASS
>> kernel-5.0. 0-300.vanilla.fc30.aarch64 PASS
>> kernel-5.0.17-300.vanilla.fc30.aarch64 PASS
>> kernel-5.0.17-300.fc30.aarch64 FAIL
>> So it looks as a Fedora-specific regression somewhere in the 5.0.x series.
> Please wait, i see that fc30 still uses this experimental cpufreq patch,
> which is very dangerous.
> Please try to remove this patch at first
That hasn't changed in some kernels, we've had that there for some
time, in F-29 too
But it is still dangerous and has negative side effects on
interface. At least we should test if this has influence on the issue.
>>> I can continue bisecting but a hint is welcome to reduce the number of
>>> Maybe Stefan Wahren is not interested if it is a Fedora specific regression?
>>> (Then sure my testing may have fuzzy results etc. but I haven't noticed
>>> anything like that yet.)
>>> The vanilla kernels I have built with:
>>> As the official --with vanilla kernel.spec flag is buggy now:
>>> Error: rpmbuild -bs --with vanilla kernel.spec
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