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[News] New Release Candidate of Linux is Released (2.6.29-rc5)

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Linux v2.6.29-rc5

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| All the rest is pretty much a collection of trivial small fixes. Yes, 
| there's a Intel SVDO update that shows up in diffstat, but the rest 
| really is pretty tiny.
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http://lkml.org/lkml/2009/2/13/346


Recent:

Linux 2.6.29-rc3

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| It's out there, and while it's a bit larger than I'd wish for, that size
| is pretty understandable considering that it's closer to two weeks than
| one in between -rc2 and -rc3 (due to LCA, obviously).
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| And it isn't really _that_ big: part of the reason it looks bigger as a
| traditional patch (which is what I upload when I upload patches) than it
| really is due to a lot of m68k include file renames, so if you look at the
| git rename-aware patches it all actually looks much smaller.
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http://lkml.org/lkml/2009/1/28/277


Initial ext3 vs ext4 Results

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| We’ve started to do some internal benchmarking of ext3 vs ext4 at
| myYearbook.com to see if what we’ve seen and heard about ext4 was really
| true.  While the following benchmark is not in-depth, it does represent our
| initial findings, which match our anecdotal findings.  If all of these
| findings hold true, we expect them to have a large impact on our PostgreSQL
| OLTP workload where machines are IO bound.
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http://gmrpgsql.tumblr.com/post/73798984/initial-ext3-vs-ext4-results
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