[PATCH 00/10] KVM/ARM fixes for 4.11-rc2
marc.zyngier at arm.com
Thu Mar 9 07:52:23 PST 2017
On Thu, Mar 09 2017 at 3:16:52 pm GMT, Radim Krčmář <rkrcmar at redhat.com> wrote:
> 2017-03-09 09:55+0000, Marc Zyngier:
>> Paolo, Radim,
>> Here's the KVM/ARM updates for 4.11-rc2. The usual bag of vgic
>> updates, making the memslot array large enough to handle guests with
>> tons of devices assigned to them, a tidying up of exception handling,
>> and a rather annoying TLB handling issue on VHE systems.
> Pulled, but what made you change the GPG key into a revoked one?
> # gpg: Signature made Thu 09 Mar 2017 10:36:07 AM CET
> # gpg: using RSA key AB309C74B93B1EA1
> # gpg: Good signature from "Marc Zyngier <marc.zyngier at arm.com>"
> # gpg: WARNING: This key has been revoked by its owner!
> # gpg: This could mean that the signature is forged.
> # gpg: reason for revocation: Key has been compromised
> # gpg: revocation comment: Revoked after kernel.org hacking
> # Primary key fingerprint: 6958 C9F2 233C 5E9D 6CCA 818A AB30 9C74 B93B 1EA1
Gahhh... New laptop, keyring restored from a backup containing the
revoked key, gpg-agent picking the revoked key as a default, idiot
sitting behind the keyboard not paying attention :-(. Now fixed.
Sorry about that.
Jazz is not dead, it just smell funny.
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