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Accepted intel-microcode 3.20160714.1~deb8u1 (amd64 i386 source) into proposed-updates->stable-new, proposed-updates

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Date: Sun, 07 Aug 2016 21:48:59 -0300
Source: intel-microcode
Binary: intel-microcode
Architecture: amd64 i386 source
Version: 3.20160714.1~deb8u1
Distribution: stable
Urgency: medium
Maintainer: Henrique de Moraes Holschuh <hmh@debian.org>
Changed-By: Henrique de Moraes Holschuh <hmh@debian.org>
Closes: 814301 828819
 intel-microcode - Processor microcode firmware for Intel CPUs
 intel-microcode (3.20160714.1~deb8u1) stable; urgency=medium
   * Rebuild for Debian jessie stable update (no changes)
     + This is the same package which is in unstable since 2016-07-22,
       and stretch (testing) and jessie-backports since 2016-07-28,
       with no issues reported
     + Contains updated microcode for:
       Skylake/H/DT, Broadwell/E/EP/H/DE/WS, Haswell/E/WS/EP/EX, and their
       usual variants (U/ULT,Y,S...): mobile, desktop, embedded, single-
       and dual-socket server/workstation.  Also includes related Pentium
       and Celeron
     + Somewhat unusually, this release includes an update for the
       multi-socket Haswell-EX E7-v3 Xeon server processors
     + Fixes critical issues on Intel Skylake processors, such as:
       - TSX unpredictable behavior
       - AVX data/calculation corruption
       - High-hitting crashes and hangs related to MCEs and power
         management errata that might make it impossible to even install
         Debian in the first place (systems with very outdated firmware)
     + Likely fixes a recently identified, critical but low-hitting TSX
       erratum on Broadwell, Broadwell-E and related Xeons
       (Broadwell-DE/WS/EP: Xeon-D 1500, E3-v4 and E5-v4)
     + Fix Broadwell-DE (Xeon-D 1500) errata (incomplete list):
       Stepping V-1: BDE58, BDE56, BDE55, BDE50, BDE44, BDE41, BDE38,
                     BDE10, BDE9, BDE8, BDE7
       Stepping Y-0: LAN1, BDE67, BDE68
     + Might fix Haswell-EP Xeon E5-v3 power management regression
       which is already present in the packages currently in jessie
     + Fixes undisclosed errata on Xeon E7-v3 48xx/88xx
 intel-microcode (3.20160714.1~bpo8+1) jessie-backports; urgency=medium
   * Rebuild for jessie-backports (no changes)
 intel-microcode (3.20160714.1) unstable; urgency=medium
   * New upstream microcode datafile 20160714
     + Updated Microcodes:
       sig 0x000306f4, pf mask 0x80, 2016-06-07, rev 0x000d, size 15360
       sig 0x000406e3, pf mask 0xc0, 2016-06-22, rev 0x009e, size 97280
       sig 0x000406f1, pf mask 0xef, 2016-06-06, rev 0xb00001d, size 25600
       sig 0x000506e3, pf mask 0x36, 2016-06-22, rev 0x009e, size 97280
     + This release hopefully fixes a hang when updating the microcode on
       some Skylake-U D-1/Skylake-Y D-1 (sig 0x406e3, pf 0x80) systems
   * source: remove superseded upstream data file: 20160607
 intel-microcode (3.20160607.2~bpo8+1) jessie-backports; urgency=medium
   * Rebuild for jessie-backports (no changes)
 intel-microcode (3.20160607.2) unstable; urgency=low
   * REMOVE microcode:
     sig 0x000406e3, pf mask 0xc0, 2016-04-06, rev 0x008a, size 96256
     (closes: #828819)
   * The Core i7-6500U and m3-6Y30 processors (Skylake-UY D-1,
     sig=0x406e3, pf=0x80) may hang while attempting an early microcode
     update to revision 0x8a, apparently due to some sort of firmware
     dependency.  On affected systems, the only way to avoid the issue is
     to get a firmware update that includes microcode revision 0x8a or
     later.  At this time, there are reports of both sucessful and failed
     updates on the m3-6Y30, and only of failed updates on the i7-6500U.
     There are no reports about Skylake-U K-1 (pf=0x40).
   + WARNING: it is unsafe to use a system based on an Intel Skylake-U/Y
     processor with microcode earlier than revision 0x8a, due to several
     critical errata that cause unpredictable behavior, data corruption,
     and other problems.  Users *must* update their firmware to get
     microcode 0x8a or newer, and keep it up-to-date.
 intel-microcode (3.20160607.1~bpo8+1) jessie-backports; urgency=medium
   * Rebuild for jessie-backports (no changes)
 intel-microcode (3.20160607.1) unstable; urgency=medium
   * New upstream microcode data file 20160607
     + New Microcodes:
       sig 0x000406e3, pf mask 0xc0, 2016-04-06, rev 0x008a, size 96256
       sig 0x000406f1, pf mask 0xef, 2016-05-20, rev 0xb00001c, size 25600
       sig 0x00050662, pf mask 0x10, 2015-12-12, rev 0x000f, size 28672
       sig 0x000506e3, pf mask 0x36, 2016-04-06, rev 0x008a, size 96256
     + Updated Microcodes:
       sig 0x000306c3, pf mask 0x32, 2016-03-16, rev 0x0020, size 22528
       sig 0x000306d4, pf mask 0xc0, 2016-04-29, rev 0x0024, size 17408
       sig 0x000306f2, pf mask 0x6f, 2016-03-28, rev 0x0038, size 32768
       sig 0x000306f4, pf mask 0x80, 2016-02-11, rev 0x000a, size 15360
       sig 0x00040651, pf mask 0x72, 2016-04-01, rev 0x001f, size 20480
       sig 0x00040661, pf mask 0x32, 2016-04-01, rev 0x0016, size 24576
       sig 0x00040671, pf mask 0x22, 2016-04-29, rev 0x0016, size 11264
   * source: remove superseded upstream data file: 20151106.
   * control: change upstream URL to a search for "linux microcode"
     Unfortunately, many of the per-processor-model feeds have not been
     updated for microcode release 20160607.  Switch to the general search
     page as the upstream URL.
   * README.Debian: fix duplicated word 'to'
 intel-microcode (3.20151106.2) unstable; urgency=medium
   * Makefile: make the build less verbose.
   * debian/changelog: fix error in past entry.
     Correct the version of the microcode that caused bug #776431,
     in the entry for version 3.20150121.1.
   * initramfs: don't force_load microcode.ko when missing.
     Detect a missing microcode.ko and don't attempt to force_load() it,
     otherwise we get spurious warnings at boot.  In verbose mode, log the
     fact that the microcode driver is modular.   For Linux 4.4 and later,
     skip the entire module loading logic, since the microcode driver cannot
     be modular for those kernels (closes: #814301).
   * initramfs: update copyright notice
   * initramfs: use iucode_tool -l for verbose mode
   * README.Debian: enhance and add recovery instructions.
     Rewrite large parts of the README.Debian document, and add recovery
     instructions (use of the "dis_ucode_ldr" kernel parameter).
 intel-microcode (3.20151106.1~bpo8+1) jessie-backports; urgency=medium
   * Rebuild for jessie-backports (no changes)
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