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Linux 3.15 Random To Support Intel's RDSEED

The Linux 3.15 kernel's /dev/random implementation will feature a new instruction of Intel's upcoming Broadwell processors...

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FUSE To Get Better Write Performance With Linux 3.15

File-systems implemented via FUSE (File-Systems in User-Space) will be getting better write throughput performance when upgrading to the Linux 3.15 kernel...

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Per-Cgroup Swap File Support Proposed For Linux

Published on the Linux kernel mailing list for review on Wednesday was per-cgroup swap file support...

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Linux Kernel Developers Fed Up With Ridiculous Bugs In Systemd

A patch was sent out today to the Linux kernel mailing list that would hide the "debug" string from showing up within the /proc/cmdline output. Why? To workaround a systemd bug. This has set off Linus Torvalds on another epic tirade...

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Collab Recap: Tracing Changes Coming to the Kernel, and More

A week ago I flew out to Napa,CA for two days of discussions with various kernel people (ok, and some postgresql people too) about all things VM and FS/IO related. I learned a lot. These short focussed conferences have way more value to me these days personally than the conferences of years ago with a bunch of tracks, and day after day of presentations.

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