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Date:	Sat, 13 Dec 2014 22:19:55 +0200 (EET)
From:	Julian Anastasov <>
To:	Smart Weblications GmbH - Florian Wiessner 
cc:	Steffen Klassert <>,, LKML <>,, Simon Horman <>,
Subject: Re: 3.12.33 - BUG xfrm_selector_match+0x25/0x2f6


On Thu, 11 Dec 2014, Smart Weblications GmbH - Florian Wiessner wrote:

> >> [  512.485323] CPU: 4 PID: 28142 Comm: vsftpd Not tainted 3.12.33 #5
> >
> > 	Above "#5" is same as previous oops. It means kernel
> > is not updated. Or you updated only the IPVS modules after
> > applying the both patches?
> I did it with make-kpkg --initrd linux_image which only rebuilt the modules,
> correct. I can retry with make clean before building the package

	I just tested PASV and PORT with 3.12.33 including
both patches (seq adj fix + ip_route_me_harder fix) and do not
see any crashes in nf_ct_seqadj_set. If you still have problem
with FTP send me more info offlist.

> > 	You can also try without FTP tests to see if there
> > are oopses in xfrm, so that we can close this topic and then
> > to continue for the FTP problem on IPVS lists without
> > bothering non-IPVS people.
> >
> yeah, it seems that the xfrm issue is away.

	Thanks for the confirmation!


Julian Anastasov <>
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