Megha Dey of Intel has taken over the role of LUV maintainer, and announced the 2.2-rc1 release. Excerpts of announcement are below, read full announcement for list of bugfixes.
This is to announce the release of LUV v2.2-rc1. Firstly, I would inform all of you that I have taken over the role of maintainer of this project from Ricardo Neri. I would like to thank Ricardo for all the guidance and support he has provided to make this release possible. This release comes approximately 3 months after our last 2.1-rc2 release and we are further working to have releases more frequently. It mostly includes updates to yocto, meta-oe, various test suites and kernel version. We have also added a new test suite called pstore-test which will run the pstore selftests of the kernel and added some tests in kernel-efi-warnings to detect machine check errors. Given that this is the first time I am doing the release, it is possible for some issues to arise, hence it made sense to have this release as rc1 of v2.2 to allow stabilization towards the next release cycle.
We added a new test suite called pstore-test. This test-suite will check the pstore behavior and are useful to avoid regressions of pstore. This test-suite will cause a reboot during its execution. The necessary groundwork to ensure these type of test suites can be integrated seamlessly into LUV has also been included in this release.
Also, Ricardo added some tests in kernel-efi-warnings to detect machine check errors such as system bus errors, parity errors, cache errors and TLB errors. Linux has support to detect this underlying mechanism and report the error in the kernel message buffer.
We include FWTS V17.09.00 Chipsec 1.3.3 and NDCTL v58, the latest versions available as of this week.
The release images for x86 (disk and network) will be available on 10/23/2017.
https://01.org/linux-uefi-validation/v2.2 (apparently this URL won’t be valid until 10/23?)