Linux Kernels 4.10.15, 4.9.27 LTS & 4.4.67 LTS Bring CIFS and Ceph Improvements

The Linux 4.10.15, 4.9.27 LTS and 4.4.67 LTS kernels are here only five days after their previous point releases, and, according to their appended shortlogs, they are very small patches fixing a few CIFS and Ceph issues. Linux kernel 4.10.15 changes a total of 13 files, with 187 insertions and 28 deletions, Linux kernel 4.9.27 LTS 20 changes 20 files, with 306 insertions and 75 deletions, and Linux kernel 4.4.67 LTS changes 29 files, with 307 insertions and 56 deletions. As mentioned before, the changes included in the Linux 4.10.15, 4.9.27 LTS and 4.4.67 LTS kernels are about improvements to the CIFS and Ceph filesystems, but Linux kernel 4.4.67 LTS also comes with some enhancements to the EXT4 and NFS filesystems. Various updated drivers are also present in all releases, this time for hwmon, MD, SCSI, TTY, InfiniBand, MTD, Ethernet (Broadcom), and RDMA devices. Small ALSA and Netlink fixes are also present in the Linux 4.4.67 LTS kernel.

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