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Three more stable kernels

The stable kernel train just keeps on rolling; Greg Kroah-Hartman has announced the release of the 4.9.94, 4.4.128, and 3.18.105 stable kernels. All contain a large number of fixes throughout the tree and users should upgrade. Continue Reading — Three more stable kernels

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[$] The rhashtable documentation I wanted to read

The rhashtable data structure is a generic resizable hash-table implementation in the Linux kernel, which LWN first introduced as “relativistic hash tables” back in 2014. I thought at the time that it might be fun to make use of rhashtables, but didn’t, until an opportunity arose...

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On the road to lean infrastructure

On April 24 2008, Ubuntu 8.04 LTS Hardy Heron was released. That was a decade ago, when the modern cloud computing era was dawning: Amazon’s EC2 was still in beta, Google had just released the Google App Engine and the word “container” was dominating the plastics...

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