Add suspend and resume capability commit zdrw: However, the new stack was designed to have a much better configuration interface, based on netlink. In this release, there are no probing points being included, but many will be certainly included in the future, and some tracking tools like blktrace will probably be ported to this kind of infrastructure in the future. Thats why static probing points are useful, since they can be put directly into the kernel source code and hence they are always in sync with the kernel development. The limits are variable, depending on the writeout speed of each device. This patch is a step to solve that problem and has the potential to allow to make SPARSMEM the default and even the only option for most systems commit 1 , 2 , 3 , 4 , 5 Dynamic huge page pool resizing commit 1 , 1 , 2 , 3 , 4 , 5 Use lockless radix-tree probe commit Memoryless nodes: There are a lot of scenarios where this design harms performance.
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When support for the x AMD architecture was developed, it was decided to develop it as a “fork” of the traditional x86 architecture kerjel comodity reasons. Implement hw link power management support for ahci commit SATA Port Multiplier support commitcommitcommitcommit.
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Audit Watching subtrees support commit 3. This allocation may not succeed despite there being plenty of free memory available, as there is no single uninterrupted block of memory big enough fragmentation.
Allocations are categorized by their ability to migrate. This improves the performance greatly in many situations. Makefiles have been modified accordingly. The problem with this mechanism is that the dirty memory thresholds are global, the mechanism doesn’t care if there are several storage devices in the system, much less if some of them are faster than others. Anti-fragmentation patches You can read this recommended article about the “Anti-fragmentation” feature.
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Add sysfs support commitadd sysfs alarm commit SBS: Add internal ioctl-like interface. This patch is a step to solve that problem and has the potential to allow to make SPARSMEM the iernel and even the only option for most systems commit 12345 Dynamic huge page pool resizing commit 112345 Use lockless radix-tree probe commit Memoryless nodes: Support for byte-reversed framebuffer formats commit ps3fb: The kernel markers are a sort of “derivative” of the long-time external patchset “Linux Trace Toolkit” LTTwhich is a feature that has been around since Add support for Celeron 4xx commit 4.
Basic support for siemens sx1 commit OMAP: So for now the reunification has been pretty much just a relocation of all the files and adaptation of the build machinery to make it compile just as it’d have been compiled in the old separated directories, done mostly with scripts. Support dynamic reconfiguration using configfs commitsupport multiple logging targets commit ns It’s not possible to hibernate a system and try to resume from hibernation with a different kernel – 2.
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These packages have support for Ethernet networking and basic ACI audio. Another feature in the scheduler is Fair Group Scheduling.
There’s also a global view of the networking stack routing tables and firewall rules, etc. New cipher algorithm commit api: When disabled write “0” to the file then it tells the kernel scheduler that load balancing is not required for the CPUs in that cpuset.
MSI support commit rtl Cpufreq Allow ondemand and conservative cpufreq governors to be used as default commit Longhaul: It has been decided to unify both architectures in the same directory again. A known weakness of the Linux kernel is the memory fragmentation that the system faces after days without rebooting or after intense operations.
These efforts have been finally merged in 2. While the backwards compatibility isn’t going away, all wireless configuration tools are recommended to have long-term plans to switch to the new interface.