Alan Cox wrote:
> 2.2.13ac1 is now on kernel.org.
> I'm trying to build a sort of plus pack of probably stable stuff not all of
> which will ever end up in 2.2 proper. Something else I want to stress here
> Not all of it may end up in 2.3.x either nor compatibly.
> The idea is to drop fairly stable blocks of additional support in as a 2.2
> extended kernel for those who want the facilities. If you don't need the
> extra facilities you should expect 2.2.13 generic to be more stable.
> 2.2.13ac1 is the first test release of this lot together so it probably
> has bugs. Please report them to me not to driver maintainers (except for
> the specific whole new features).
> Features added that probably won't be going into 2.2. proper
> o RAW I/O
> o IP Virtual Server (load balancing across servers)
> o RAID 0.90
> o Knfsd update
> o Pentium III support
> Features added which will go into 2.2 if they prove ok in 2.2.13ac
> o Cross platform fixes for the audio code
> o Alpha platform updates that didnt quite make 2.2.13
> o Multi APIC support
> o Hash table sizing by system memory size
> o PCI ID updates
> o PCnet/PCI updates - IBM card support, FIFO handling, go faster
> Stuff Im considering if this one goes OK.
> o Bigmem
> o Andrea's memory balancing changes to test out
> o ext3fs once the tools are ready
> o Reiserfs
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