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The kernel column by Jon Masters #89Jul 12, 2010, 16:36 (0 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by Jon Masters)
[ Thanks to Linux User & Developer magazine for this link. ]
"Last month saw the opening and subsequent closing of the 2.6.35 kernel's merge window, the period of time during which all of the exciting new features that have been waiting in the wings (and in linux-next nightly kernels provided by Stephen Rothwell) are considered for merging into the official 'mainline' kernel source tree by Linus Torvalds. Recent releases have often added a new file system (or perhaps two), but 2.6.35 does not add any new file systems. It does add many other new features, including support for profiling virtual machines from the host machine using 'kvm perf', the KDB in-kernel debugger that has augmented the existing KGDB support for remote debugging, the memory compaction patches, and memory hotplug support in the SLAB memory allocator.
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