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Linux Kernel Podcast

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Semi-weekly summary of Linux Kernel Development

Rank #1: 2009/05/04 Linux Kernel Podcast

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The sendgroup() system call, VFAT long file names support, Machine Check Exceptions, Kbuild fixes, Real Time scheduler tunables, Ftrace speed ups, a new x86 instruction decoder, interrupt injection for KVM, reducing the default HZ value, and the latest updates to KSM.

May 06 2009

5mins

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Rank #2: 2009/05/06 Linux Kernel Podcast

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IO Controllers, KVM, Ftrace 2, TuxOnIce, and Slow booting.

May 07 2009

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Rank #3: 2009/05/07 Linux Kernel Podcast

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Generic DMA mapping, Ptrace, Reducing the default HZ value, TuxOnIce, Xen, and x86 fixes

May 08 2009

4mins

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Rank #4: 2009/05/17 Linux Kernel Podcast

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Expedited RCU, mod_timer() helper functions, CAN, version numbering, and performance regressions

May 18 2009

4mins

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Rank #5: 2009/05/08 Linux Kernel Podcast

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Intel's Trusted Execution Technology, Block Layer Unification, Security patches, Filtering System Calls, The Linux Wireless mini-summit, kernel code coverage measurement tools, and a new RC is announced

May 09 2009

5mins

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Rank #6: 2009/05/11 Linux Kernel Podcast

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the x86 relocatable kernel, performance counters, devtmpfs, and NUMA memory affinity

May 12 2009

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Rank #7: 2009/05/10 Linux Kernel Podcast

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page frame snapshots tracing, devtmpfs, a minimal linkerscript, and email address formats

May 11 2009

4mins

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Rank #8: 2009/05/14 Linux Kernel Podcast

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Cross-platform device drivers, DRBD, KVM, Btrfs, and 2.6.30 deadlocks

May 15 2009

5mins

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Rank #9: 2009/05/09 Linux Kernel Podcast

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The Linux Kernel Mailing List podcast airs Monday to Friday. A special weekend edition will be available on Monday morning.

May 10 2009

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Rank #10: 2009/05/13 Linux Kernel Podcast

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KVM, Xen, hibernate, forced CPU evacuation, hardware breakpoints, MEMORY_HOTPLUG_RESERVE, and asm-generic headers

May 14 2009

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Rank #11: 2009/05/15 Linux Kernel Podcast

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Generic DMA, KVM, DRBD, and a new kernel RC release

May 16 2009

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Rank #12: 2009/05/12 Linux Kernel Podcast

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vmscan, irqfd, OOM, and Xen

May 13 2009

5mins

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Rank #13: Linux Kernel Podcast for 2017/04/04

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Linus Torvalds announces Linux 4.11-rc5, Donald Drumpf drains the maintainer swamp in April, Intel FPGA Device Drivers, FPU state cacheing, /dev/mem access crashing machines, and assorted ongoing development

Apr 05 2017

26mins

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Rank #14: Linux Kernel Podcast for 2017/03/28

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Linus Torvalds announces Linux 4.11-rc4, early debug with USB3 earlycon, upcoming support for USB-C in 4.12, and ongoing development including various work on boot time speed ups, logging, futexes, and IOMMUs

Mar 28 2017

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Rank #15: Linux Kernel Podcast for 2017/03/21

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Linus Torvalds announces Linux 4.11-rc3, this week's exciting installment of "5-level paging weekly", the 2038 doomsday compliance "statx" systemcall, and heterogenous memory management. Also a summary of all ongoing active kernel development toward 4.12 onwards

Mar 21 2017

22mins

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Rank #16: Kernel Podcast for 20170313

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Linus Torvalds announces Linux 4.11-rc2 (including pre-enablement for Intel 5-level paging), VMA based swap readahead, and ongoing development ahead of the next cycle.

Mar 14 2017

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Rank #17: Kernel Podcast for 20170306

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Linus Torvalds announces Linux 4.11-rc1, rants about folks not correctly leveraging linux-next, the remainder of this cycle's merge window pulls, and announcements concerning end of life for some features.

Mar 06 2017

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Rank #18: Kernel Podcast for 20170220

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In this week’s edition: Linus Torvalds announces Linux 4.10, Alan Tull updates his FPGA manager framework, and Intel’s latest 5-level paging patch series is posted for review. We will have this, and a summary of ongoing development in the first of the newly revived Linux Kernel Podcast.

Feb 20 2017

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Rank #19: 2009/06/14 Linux Kernel Podcast

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2.6.31 merge window, shipping userspace (sub)packages,large kernel images, and matching disks to boot order

Jun 15 2009

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Rank #20: 2009/06/10 Linux Kernel Podcast

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Linux 2.6.30 updates, lockless ring buffer, poisoned hardware, platform device architectural data, and virtual swap readahead

Jun 12 2009

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Kernel Podcast for 2017/07/07

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Linux 4.12 final is released, the 4.13 merge window opens, and various assorted ongoing kernel development is described in detail

Jul 07 2017

35mins

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Kernel Podcast for 2017/05/14

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Linux 4.12-rc1 (including a full summary of the 4.12 merge window), Linux 4.11 final is released, saving TLB flushes, various ongoing development, and a bunch of announcements

May 15 2017

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Kernel Podcast for 2017/04/27

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Linux 4.11-rc8, updating kernel.org cross compilers, Intel 5-level paging, v3 namespaced file capabilities, and ongoing development

Apr 27 2017

22mins

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Kernel Podcast for 2017/04/19

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Linus Torvalds announces Linux 4.11-rc7, a kernel security update bonanza, the end of Kconfig maintenance, automatic NUMA balancing, movable memory, a bug in synchronize_rcu_tasks, and ongoing development. The Linux 4.12 merge window should open before next week.

Apr 20 2017

21mins

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Kernel Podcast for 2017/04/11

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Linus Torvalds announces Linux 4.11-rc6, Intel Memory Bandwidth Allocation (MBA), Coherent Device Memory (CDM), Paravirtualized Remote TLB Flushing,kernel lockdown, the latest on Intel 5-level paging, and other assorted ongoing development activities

Apr 11 2017

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Linux Kernel Podcast for 2017/04/04

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Linus Torvalds announces Linux 4.11-rc5, Donald Drumpf drains the maintainer swamp in April, Intel FPGA Device Drivers, FPU state cacheing, /dev/mem access crashing machines, and assorted ongoing development

Apr 05 2017

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Linux Kernel Podcast for 2017/03/28

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Linus Torvalds announces Linux 4.11-rc4, early debug with USB3 earlycon, upcoming support for USB-C in 4.12, and ongoing development including various work on boot time speed ups, logging, futexes, and IOMMUs

Mar 28 2017

22mins

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Linux Kernel Podcast for 2017/03/21

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Linus Torvalds announces Linux 4.11-rc3, this week's exciting installment of "5-level paging weekly", the 2038 doomsday compliance "statx" systemcall, and heterogenous memory management. Also a summary of all ongoing active kernel development toward 4.12 onwards

Mar 21 2017

22mins

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Kernel Podcast for 20170313

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Linus Torvalds announces Linux 4.11-rc2 (including pre-enablement for Intel 5-level paging), VMA based swap readahead, and ongoing development ahead of the next cycle.

Mar 14 2017

17mins

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Kernel Podcast for 20170306

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Linus Torvalds announces Linux 4.11-rc1, rants about folks not correctly leveraging linux-next, the remainder of this cycle's merge window pulls, and announcements concerning end of life for some features.

Mar 06 2017

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Kernel Podcast for 20170227

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The merge window for kernel 4.11 is open and patches are flying into Linus's inbox, fixing NUMA node determination at runtime, Virtual Machine Aware Caches, Advisory Memory Allocations, and a non-fixed TASK_SIZE to bring excitement to your life.

Feb 28 2017

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Kernel Podcast for 20170220

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In this week’s edition: Linus Torvalds announces Linux 4.10, Alan Tull updates his FPGA manager framework, and Intel’s latest 5-level paging patch series is posted for review. We will have this, and a summary of ongoing development in the first of the newly revived Linux Kernel Podcast.

Feb 20 2017

7mins

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2009/06/14 Linux Kernel Podcast

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2.6.31 merge window, shipping userspace (sub)packages,large kernel images, and matching disks to boot order

Jun 15 2009

12mins

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2009/06/10 Linux Kernel Podcast

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Linux 2.6.30 updates, lockless ring buffer, poisoned hardware, platform device architectural data, and virtual swap readahead

Jun 12 2009

15mins

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2009/06/09 Linux Kernel Podcast

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Linux 2.6.30, performance overhead, IO scheduler based IO controller, VIA Centaur CPUs, and procfs documentation

Jun 11 2009

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2009/06/08 Linux Kernel Podcast

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Fair Anticipatory Scheduling, making mapped executable pages the first class citizen, zone_reclaim() behavorial expectations, MCE ring buffer, RTL8169 related crashes, and a few good hackers

Jun 09 2009

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2009/06/07 Linux Kernel Podcast

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Mild ext4 filesystem corruption, private anonymous mmaps, performance overhead, introducing the initdev patchset, IDE fixes, Performance Counters, Introducing this_cpu_xx operations, converting ftrace syscalls to TRACE_EVENT, the IEEE 802.15.4 stack, DebugFS documentation, CPU hard limits, CONFIG_VFAT_NO_CREATE_WITH_LONGNAMES, and benchmarking the Per-bdi writeback flusher threads patchset

Jun 09 2009

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2009/06/04 Linux Kernel Podcast

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The Linux Driver Project, Remapping NULL pointers, MCE ring buffer, paravirt operations overhead, Super-H, System 390, Console screen blanking, and kernels listed on kernel.org

Jun 05 2009

10mins

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2009/06/03 Linux Kernel Podcast

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Xen, zero page pointers, detailed stack information,  filesystem notification of errors, printk halt delay, and hardware breakpoints

Jun 04 2009

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2009/06/02 Linux Kernel Podcast

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Xen, OOM, DebugFS, Dynamic ftrace support for s390, kprobe-based event tracing, and resetting the TSC

Jun 04 2009

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Easy way to keep up with Kernel Development news

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