The 2.6.30 kernel is out, released by Linus on June 9. Some of the bigger changes in 2.6.30 include a number of filesystem improvements, the integrity measurement patches, the TOMOYO Linux security module, reliable datagram socket protocol support, object storage device support, the FS-Cache filesystem caching layer, the nilfs filesystem, threaded interrupt handler support, and much more. For more information, see the KernelNewbies 2.6.30 page, the long-format changelog, and LWN's statistics for this development cycle.
As of this writing, no changes have been merged for 2.6.31.
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