Security update for Linux kernel
(Last modified: 12JAN2004)
solutions Security update for Linux kernel SuSE Linux Maintenance Web (88338a970d8c58b1b9c73dddf8740c6a)
- Add missing check in mremap (CAN-2003-0985)
- DASD driver sets improper default cache mode on ESS.
- Massive workload combined with ESS flascopy leading to I/O hang.
- PCICCs fail to be detected under z90crypt.
- z90crypt doesn't support dynamic device node generation.
- Unable to reconnect when using z/VM 3.1 at remote peer.
fake_llproblems when IPv6 is not active in qeth.
multicast_routerhandling for IPv6 on OSA.
- sclp: signal shutdown does not work.
- zfcp: unwary memory allocation during error recovery.
- Crashes, triggered by IUCV and CTC when calling
- DHCP does not work with HiperSockets guest LAN.
- Fixed S390 Debug Feature usage.
- Incorrect calculation of max_blocks in DIAG discipline.
- Race Conditions in qeth when more than one
- VIPA and Proxy ARP problems on qeth.
- Avoid hang during initialization on I/O errors.
- Console: kernel compilation fails in
- Crashes triggered by s390 network drivers calling
fake_llsource MAC problem.
- Tape: Fix implementation of NOP mtio operation.
- Tape: Initially boxed tapes might become invisible.
- z90crypt incorrectly detects PCIXCC as PCICC.
- zfcp: SCSI I/O stall due to missed local-link-up event.
- zfcp: arbitrary (and bewildering) order of entries in
- zfcp: incomplete fix for dynamic SCSI adapter addition in
- zfcp: infinite error recovery escalation for certain port failure.
- Corrected hangcheck driver
- Fix a pointer arithmetic bug in the xattr code.
nfsd-fhalias(for HA-NFS): avoid console spew from invalid IP 0.
- Fix bad
ffs()return value, fixes fat and netfilter.
- Fix NFS directio bug that causes data corruption when creating files larger than 4 GB.
- Added missing
This updates contains the following IBM code drops:
- 2003-10-31 kernel for the "June 2003 stream"
- 2003-11-28 kernel for the "June 2003 stream"
- 2003-12-18 kernel for the "June 2003 stream"
rpm -Uvh k_deflt.rpm zipl
Please make sure to run "
zipl" to write the updated IPL code to the DASD or MDISK as the system won't boot at next IPL otherwise.
Now reboot the system with
shutdown -r now
to load the new kernel (replace "
now" with the appropriate amount of time to allow local users to cleanly log out, for example "
+5" for five minutes.)
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