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Kernel Podcast for 20170313

Linus Torvalds announces Linux 4.11-rc2 (including pre-enablement for Intel 5-level paging), VMA based swap readahead, and ongoing development ahead of the next cycle.

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Kernel Podcast for 20170306

Linus Torvalds announces Linux 4.11-rc1, rants about folks not correctly leveraging linux-next, the remainder of this cycle’s merge window pulls, and announcements concerning end of life for some features.

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Kernel Podcast for 20170227

The merge window for kernel 4.11 is open and patches are flying into Linus’s inbox, fixing NUMA node determination at runtime, Virtual Machine Aware Caches, Advisory Memory Allocations, and a non-fixed TASK_SIZE to bring excitement to…

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Kernel Podcast for 20170220

In this week’s edition: Linus Torvalds announces Linux 4.10, Alan Tull updates his FPGA manager framework, and Intel’s latest 5-level paging patch series is posted for review. We will have this, and a summary of ongoing development in the first of…

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2009/06/10 Linux Kernel Podcast

Linux 2.6.30 updates, lockless ring buffer, poisoned hardware, platform device architectural data, and virtual swap readahead

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2009/06/08 Linux Kernel Podcast

Fair Anticipatory Scheduling, making mapped executable pages the first class citizen, zone_reclaim() behavorial expectations, MCE ring buffer, RTL8169 related crashes, and a few good hackers

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2009/06/07 Linux Kernel Podcast

Mild ext4 filesystem corruption, private anonymous mmaps, performance overhead, introducing the initdev patchset, IDE fixes, Performance Counters, Introducing this_cpu_xx operations, converting ftrace syscalls to TRACE_EVENT, the IEEE 802.15.4 stack,…

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2009/06/04 Linux Kernel Podcast

The Linux Driver Project, Remapping NULL pointers, MCE ring buffer, paravirt operations overhead, Super-H, System 390, Console screen blanking, and kernels listed on kernel.org

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