Faults in Linux Kernel 3.x : Wrong use of krealloc

As part of my work, I need to annotate  the reports generated using Coccinelle Scripts as bugs/FPs for recent Linux Kernels, recent as in versions > 3.0 till the current one 3.18. As I'm reading the reports (newer ones), so today I completed Linux_realloc.new.org. This org file had a good number of todos. This org file has reports …

Faults in Linux Kernel 3.x : Locking but not unlocking

As part of my work, I need to annotate  the reports generated using Coccinelle Scripts as bugs/FPs for recent Linux Kernels, recent as in versions > 3.0 till the current one 3.18. As I'm reading the reports (newer ones), so today I completed Linux_lockintr.new.org. This file had many todos, so it took me some time to complete it. This …

Faults in Linux Kernel 3.x : Interrupts turned off but not turned on again

As part of my work, I need to annotate  the reports generated using Coccinelle Scripts as bugs/FPs for recent Linux Kernels, recent as in versions > 3.0 till the current one 3.18. As I'm reading the reports (newer ones), so today I completed Linux_intr.new.org. This file has reports for the case where where interrupts are turned off but …

Faults in Linux 3.x : Using value from get_user without check as array index

As part of my work, I need to annotate  the reports generated using Coccinelle Scripts as bugs/FPs for recent Linux Kernels, recent as in versions > 3.0 till the current one 3.18. As I'm reading the reports (newer ones), so today I completed Linux_get.new.org. This org file has the report where unchecked values obtained from the user level by …

Faults in Linux 3.x : Using Floating Point Values

As part of my work, I need to annotate  the reports generated using Coccinelle Scripts as bugs/FPs for recent Linux Kernels, recent as in versions > 3.0 till the current one 3.18. So while reading the reports (newer ones), when I started Linux_floatop.new.org, there was only one TODO. Means they have not at all used floating point values …

Faults in Linux Kernel 3.x : Allocating Large Arrays on Stack

As part of my work, I need to annotate  the reports generated using Coccinelle Scripts as bugs/FPs for recent Linux Kernels, recent as in versions > 3.0 till the current one 3.18. So in reading the reports (newer ones) I have recently completed Linux_var.new.org. Linux_var.new.org has reports where large arrays that are allocated on the stack. The threshold was 1023. …