[ubuntu/disco-proposed] stress-ng 0.09.50-1 (Accepted)

Colin Ian King colin.king at ubuntu.com
Wed Jan 2 22:57:33 UTC 2019

stress-ng (0.09.50-1) unstable; urgency=medium

  * Makefile: bump version
  * Manual: update date
  * stress-fanotify: don't declare ret if it is not used
  * stress-ipsec-mb: make pr_inf message a debug pr_dbg message
  * stress-zlib: remove xsum value debug verify information
  * stress-ipsec-mb: add more explanation to why the stressor may be
  * stress-ipsec-mb: check for IMB_* macros
  * stress-ipsec-mb: fix typo "avx" -> "avx2"
  * stress-ipsec-mb: Add SHA encryption
  * stress-ipsec-mb: fix hmac md5 error messages
  * stress-ipsec-mb: Add HMAC MD5
  * stress-ipsec-mb: add CTR encoding
  * stress-ipsec-mb: don't enable for static builds
  * Update copyright year
  * debian/control: add ipsec library dependency
  * stress-quota: use linux quotactl API for linux only systems
  * stress-opcode: voidify name argument
  * stress-opcode: define stress_set_opcode_method for unimplemented
    build case
  * Forgot to add test/test-libipsec-mb.c
  * Add initial cut of ipsec-mb stressor for SHA, DES and CMAC
  * stress-af-alg: prefix macro constants with SNG to avoid clashes
  * stress-rdrand: remove assembler cpuid check
  * stress-fanotify: improve FAN mode checks for v4.20
  * stress-resources: fork a child off on each resource eating child
  * Add --opcode-method [ random | inc | mixed ] option
  * shim: remove duplicated code for __APPLE__ case
  * stress-opcode: iterate 1024 times in each child
  * stress-stackmmap: fix leak of open file descriptor on ENXIO error
  * stress-opcode: comment why mwc32() is being called before forking
  * stress-opcode: remove unnecessary { } block scope
  * stress-opcode: use mwc8() instead of mwc32() when setting opcodes
  * snapcraft: make stress-ng binary static and add various plugs

Date: 2019-01-02 22:42:33.125252+00:00
Changed-By: Colin Ian King <colin.king at ubuntu.com>
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