The 5.1 kernel has been released
lundi 6 mai 2019, 03:14 , par LWN.net
Linus has released the 5.1 kernel, right on
schedule. Some of the significant changes in the release include BPF spinlocks, more year-2038 preparation, the TEO CPU-idle governor, The io_uring fast asynchronous I/O mechanism,
initial support for pidfds (file descriptors that refer to a process), the
SafeSetID security module, and much more.
See the KernelNewbies 5.1
page for lots of details.
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