Branches for Oneiric

Name Status Last Modified Last Commit
lp:ubuntu/oneiric/xen 2 Mature 2012-01-26 00:54:53 UTC 2012-01-26
24. Rebuild to drop build records on arme...

Author: Matthias Klose
Revision Date: 2011-10-06 14:15:35 UTC

Rebuild to drop build records on armel and powerpc. LP: #823714.

lp:ubuntu/oneiric-proposed/xen 2 Mature 2012-01-26 00:55:00 UTC 2012-01-26
25. debian/patches/xen-pirq-resubmit-irq....

Author: Chuck Short
Revision Date: 2011-10-10 19:30:09 UTC

debian/patches/xen-pirq-resubmit-irq.patch: Retrigger
pirq events when asserted while processing. Thanks to Stefan Bader
(LP: #854829)

lp:ubuntu/oneiric-security/xen bug 2 Mature 2013-01-30 13:37:48 UTC 2013-01-30
29. * Applying Xen Security Advisories: ...

Author: Stefan Bader
Revision Date: 2013-01-30 13:37:48 UTC

* Applying Xen Security Advisories:
  - ACPI: acpi_table_parse() should return handler's error code
    CVE-2013-0153 / XSA-36
  - oxenstored incorrect handling of certain Xenbus ring states
    CVE-2013-0215 / XSA-38
* xen-introduce-xzalloc.patch
  Cherry-picked from upstream xen stable-4.1 as prerequisite for XSA-36
* xen-backport-per-device-vector-map.patch
  Cherry-picked from upstream xen stable-4.1 as prerequisite for XSA-36
  Also fixes issues on AMD systems which could cause Dom0 to loose disks
  under heavy I/O (because PCI-E devices could use the same IOAPIC vector
  as the SMBus).

lp:ubuntu/oneiric-updates/xen bug 2 Mature 2013-01-30 13:37:48 UTC 2013-01-30
30. * Applying Xen Security Advisories: ...

Author: Stefan Bader
Revision Date: 2013-01-30 13:37:48 UTC

* Applying Xen Security Advisories:
  - ACPI: acpi_table_parse() should return handler's error code
    CVE-2013-0153 / XSA-36
  - oxenstored incorrect handling of certain Xenbus ring states
    CVE-2013-0215 / XSA-38
* xen-introduce-xzalloc.patch
  Cherry-picked from upstream xen stable-4.1 as prerequisite for XSA-36
* xen-backport-per-device-vector-map.patch
  Cherry-picked from upstream xen stable-4.1 as prerequisite for XSA-36
  Also fixes issues on AMD systems which could cause Dom0 to loose disks
  under heavy I/O (because PCI-E devices could use the same IOAPIC vector
  as the SMBus).

14 of 4 results