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From: kernel test robot <lkp@intel.com>
To: "Gustavo A. R. Silva" <gustavoars@kernel.org>
Cc: LKML <linux-kernel@vger.kernel.org>
Subject: [gustavoars-linux:for-next/kspp] BUILD SUCCESS d2438fc271684da01c1efcb49ce23c18250066aa
Date: Thu, 29 Jul 2021 10:47:14 +0800	[thread overview]
Message-ID: <610216b2.l20FBC0u0mXQT+1W%lkp@intel.com> (raw)

tree/branch: https://git.kernel.org/pub/scm/linux/kernel/git/gustavoars/linux.git for-next/kspp
branch HEAD: d2438fc271684da01c1efcb49ce23c18250066aa  scsi: fas216: Fix fall-through warning for Clang

elapsed time: 1865m

configs tested: 85
configs skipped: 3

The following configs have been built successfully.
More configs may be tested in the coming days.

gcc tested configs:
arm                                 defconfig
arm64                            allyesconfig
arm64                               defconfig
arm                              allyesconfig
arm                              allmodconfig
i386                 randconfig-c001-20210728
i386                 randconfig-c001-20210727
ia64                             allmodconfig
ia64                                defconfig
ia64                             allyesconfig
x86_64                            allnoconfig
m68k                             allmodconfig
m68k                                defconfig
m68k                             allyesconfig
nios2                               defconfig
arc                              allyesconfig
nds32                             allnoconfig
nds32                               defconfig
nios2                            allyesconfig
csky                                defconfig
alpha                               defconfig
alpha                            allyesconfig
xtensa                           allyesconfig
h8300                            allyesconfig
arc                                 defconfig
sh                               allmodconfig
parisc                              defconfig
s390                             allyesconfig
s390                             allmodconfig
parisc                           allyesconfig
s390                                defconfig
i386                             allyesconfig
sparc                            allyesconfig
sparc                               defconfig
i386                                defconfig
mips                             allyesconfig
mips                             allmodconfig
powerpc                          allyesconfig
powerpc                          allmodconfig
powerpc                           allnoconfig
x86_64               randconfig-a006-20210728
x86_64               randconfig-a003-20210728
x86_64               randconfig-a001-20210728
x86_64               randconfig-a004-20210728
x86_64               randconfig-a005-20210728
x86_64               randconfig-a002-20210728
i386                 randconfig-a005-20210728
i386                 randconfig-a003-20210728
i386                 randconfig-a004-20210728
i386                 randconfig-a002-20210728
i386                 randconfig-a001-20210728
i386                 randconfig-a006-20210728
i386                 randconfig-a005-20210727
i386                 randconfig-a003-20210727
i386                 randconfig-a004-20210727
i386                 randconfig-a002-20210727
i386                 randconfig-a001-20210727
i386                 randconfig-a006-20210727
i386                 randconfig-a016-20210728
i386                 randconfig-a012-20210728
i386                 randconfig-a013-20210728
i386                 randconfig-a014-20210728
i386                 randconfig-a011-20210728
i386                 randconfig-a015-20210728
riscv                    nommu_k210_defconfig
riscv                            allyesconfig
riscv                    nommu_virt_defconfig
riscv                             allnoconfig
riscv                               defconfig
riscv                          rv32_defconfig
riscv                            allmodconfig
um                           x86_64_defconfig
um                             i386_defconfig
x86_64                           allyesconfig
x86_64                    rhel-8.3-kselftests
x86_64                              defconfig
x86_64                               rhel-8.3
x86_64                                  kexec

clang tested configs:
x86_64               randconfig-c001-20210728
x86_64               randconfig-a016-20210728
x86_64               randconfig-a011-20210728
x86_64               randconfig-a014-20210728
x86_64               randconfig-a013-20210728
x86_64               randconfig-a012-20210728
x86_64               randconfig-a015-20210728

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