[quote:1lf7lcio]As promised, the kernel summit has started, and Linux-3.1 is out. The
(small) shortlog of changes since -rc10 are appended, we have mostly
some sparc and networking changes, along with some radeon and intel
iommu fixes (mostly for largepages and integrated graphics issues).
Most people probably will not notice the changes.
One big change from -rc10 is that there are tar-balls and patches, so
if you aren’t a git user (why?) you can download it now in a
traditional format. On of the things to note is that the files are now
signed by my gpg key, and it’s the uncompressed version that the
signature is for.
And of course, this means that the merge window for 3.2 is open. I’ll
do some merging during the KS, but probably most when I get back home
- but you can still send me the pull request, even if I may not
necessarily pull it for a few days.
NOTE! Because the -rc series was longer than usual, and as a result
linux-next is bigger than usual, I’m going to be much more of a
stickler for "has your patch series been in linux-next" than usual. If
I get a big pull request for things that I can’t find in my linux-next
branch, I will simply not pull it - we have enough code that has gone
through the proper channels as it is, and we don’t need anything
Another thing worth mentioning is that I really want the pull request
to be validated some way. With the small changes late in the -rc
series, I could afford to spend the time to look at commits and try to
verify them, but with the merge window (and the 11k commits or so that
I saw pending in the last linux-next tree), that just isn’t
So use git.kernel.org or some other host that I can trust is really you.
리눅이 3.1 커널이 올라왔습니다.
기능은 다음과 같습니다.
New architecture: OpenRISC;
· Dynamic writeback throttling;
· Filesystem barriers enabled by default in EXT3;
· Support for Near-Field Communication;
· Slab allocator speedups;
· VFS Scalability improvements;
· New iSCSI implementation;
· New cpupowerutils utility;
· Software RAID: Bad block management;
· Personality to report 2.6.x version numbers;
· Wii Controller support;
· Lots of new drivers;
· Many bugfixes and improvements.
VERSION = 3
PATCHLEVEL = 1
SUBLEVEL = 0
NAME = "Divemaster Edition"