skiboot-5.4.1 was released on Tuesday November 29th 2016. It replaces skiboot-5.4.0 as the current stable release.
Over skiboot-5.4.0, we have a few changes:
Nuvoton i2c TPM driver: bug fixes and improvements, especially around timeouts and error handling.
Limit number of “Poller recursion detected” errors to display. In some error conditions, we could spiral out of control on this and spend all of our time printing the exact same backtrace.
slw: do SLW timer testing while holding xscom lock. In some situations without this, it could take long enough to get the xscom lock that the 1ms timeout would expire and we’d falsely think the SLW timer didn’t work when in fact it did.
p8i2c: Use calculated poll_interval when booting OPAL. Otherwise we’d default to 2seconds (TIMER_POLL) during boot on chips with a functional i2c interrupt, leading to slow i2c during boot (or hitting timeouts instead).
i2c: More efficiently run TPM I2C operations during boot, avoiding hitting timeouts
fsp: Don’t recurse pollers in ibm_fsp_terminate