The current 2.6 prepatch remains 2.6.11-rc2
Linus's BitKeeper repository, which looks like it is heading for a
2.6.11-rc3 release before too long, contains an XFS update, a set of
out-of-memory killer fixes, a generic transport class mechanism (which
replaces the SCSI transport code), some architecture updates, the removal
of bcopy(), a fix for writable module parameters in sysfs (it never
actually worked before), and various fixes.
The current -mm release is 2.6.11-rc2-mm2.
Recent changes to -mm include the unexporting of register_cpu()
and unregister_cpu(), an InfiniBand update, a tool for tracking
page-level memory leaks (see below), the addition of the unprivileged
realtime scheduling rlimit code (covered here last week; this code replaces the
SCHED_ISO patch), and a fair number of fixes.
The current 2.4 kernel remains 2.4.29; the 2.4.30 process has not
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