Date: January 19, 2022
The following issues have been resolved for Fuchsia:
Issue: MinFS should force a sync to yield free space when necessary.
Impact: Enhancement to flush MinFS pending deletes to free space.
Issue: Unable to track write failures.
Impact: Metric created for errors that reflect write failures.
Issue: Logging of large files relevant when the disk is full.
Impact: Now able to track log large MinFS files when the disk is full.
Issue: Direct Memory Access (DMA) write-after-free detection.
Impact: Diagnostics to guide future memory enhancements and optimizations.
Issue: Websites unexpectedly closing after 15-30 seconds.
Impact: Websites now stay open for about 60 seconds.
Issue: Flickering during animations in Fantastic Beasts.
Impact: Flickering issue has been fixed and no longer exists.
Issue: Netstack panic in
fuchsia_posix_socket leads to device reboots.
Impact: Timeout or connection reset no longer treated as a panic error.
Issue: Chrome crashing due to a crash in
Impact: Increased the amount of space we allocate for Domain Name System (DNS) responses with large numbers of addresses.
Issue: Chrome crashing during media playback resulting in a black screen.
Impact: Issue resolved and black screen no longer appears.
Issue: Unexpected restart due to camera light sensor malfunction.
Impact: Light sensor malfunction repaired.
Issue: Duo call reliability issues.
Impact: Issue resolved and reliability improved.
Issue: Excessive logging from Actions on Google Hardware component.
Impact: Logging reduced, improving usefulness of diagnostics.
Issue: Protect can violate copy-on-write.
Impact: VMO data can be modified through access to copy-on-write snapshots of it.