Fedora 29: xen FEDORA-2019-899ef6056c

    Date 01 Jul 2019
    Posted By LinuxSecurity Advisories
    Unlimited Arm Atomics Operations [XSA-295] (#1720760)
    Fedora Update Notification
    2019-07-02 02:30:39.056128
    Name        : xen
    Product     : Fedora 29
    Version     : 4.11.1
    Release     : 6.fc29
    URL         : https://xen.org/
    Summary     : Xen is a virtual machine monitor
    Description :
    This package contains the XenD daemon and xm command line
    tools, needed to manage virtual machines running under the
    Xen hypervisor
    Update Information:
    Unlimited Arm Atomics Operations [XSA-295] (#1720760)
    * Sat Jun 15 2019 Michael Young  - 4.11.1-6
    - Unlimited Arm Atomics Operations [XSA-295] (#1720760)
    * Tue May 14 2019 Michael Young  - 4.11.1-5
    - Microarchitectural Data Sampling speculative side channel [XSA-297,
    	CVE-2018-12126, CVE-2018-12127, CVE-2018-12130, CVE-2019-11091]
    - additional patches so above applies cleanly
    - work around grub2 issues in dom0
    * Tue Mar  5 2019 Michael Young  - 4.11.1-4
    - xen: various flaws (#1685577)
      grant table transfer issues on large hosts [XSA-284]
      race with pass-through device hotplug [XSA-285]
      x86: steal_page violates page_struct access discipline [XSA-287]
      x86: Inconsistent PV IOMMU discipline [XSA-288]
      missing preemption in x86 PV page table unvalidation [XSA-290]
      x86/PV: page type reference counting issue with failed IOMMU update [XSA-291]
      x86: insufficient TLB flushing when using PCID [XSA-292]
      x86: PV kernel context switch corruption [XSA-293]
      x86 shadow: Insufficient TLB flushing when using PCID [XSA-294]
    * Thu Feb 14 2019 Michael Young  - 4.11.1-3
    - add gcc9 build fixes (#1676229)
    * Sun Feb  3 2019 Fedora Release Engineering  - 4.11.1-2
    - Rebuilt for https://fedoraproject.org/wiki/Fedora_30_Mass_Rebuild
    * Tue Dec 11 2018 Michael Young  - 4.11.1-1
    - update to 4.11.1
      remove patches for issues now fixed upstream
      adjust xen.use.fedora.ipxe.patch
    - only include qemutrad build requirements for platforms that use it
    - construct ovmf.bin from edk2-ovmf package (#1656651)
    * Tue Nov 20 2018 Michael Young  - 4.11.0-10
    - insufficient TLB flushing / improper large page mappings with AMD IOMMUs
    	[XSA-275, CVE-2018-19961, CVE-2018-19962] (#1651665)
    - x86: DoS from attempting to use INVPCID with a non-canonical addresses
    	[XSA-279, CVE-2018-19965] (#1651970)
    - xen: various flaws (#1652251)
      resource accounting issues in x86 IOREQ server handling
    	[XSA-276, CVE-2018-19963]
      x86: incorrect error handling for guest p2m page removals
    	[XSA-277, CVE-2018-19964]
      Fix for XSA-240 conflicts with shadow paging [XSA-280, CVE-2018-19966]
    * Tue Nov  6 2018 Michael Young  - 4.11.0-9
    - guest use of HLE constructs may lock up host [XSA-282, CVE-2018-19967]
    * Wed Oct 24 2018 Michael Young  - 4.11.0-8
    - x86: Nested VT-x usable even when disabled [XSA-278, CVE-2018-18883]
      [ 1 ] Bug #1720759 - xen: Unlimited Arm Atomics Operations (XSA-295)
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