Linux Kernel LTS Has HFS, x86 and IPv6 Improvements, Updated Drivers

Linux 2.6.32 is the oldest long-term supported kernel version, which apparently it is still used on production servers across the entire Web, and according to the appended shortlog, the release brings updates to the x86 hardware architecture, along with several file system improvements, especially for the HFS, HFS+, NFS, and XFS filesystems. In numbers, there were 49 files changed, with 382 insertions and 140 deletions.