The 2.6.35 kernel is out

Linus has released the 2.6.35 kernel with no further prepatches after 2.6.35-rc6, as he had suggested might be possible. The relatively long announcement includes some thoughts on this development cycle (he’s happy with how it went) and some concerns about the state of linux-next heading into 2.6.36. Some headline features in 2.6.35 include receive packet steering and receive flow steering, memory compaction, direct I/O support for Btrfs, and the usual pile of new drivers. As always, lots of details can be found on the excellent KernelNewbies 2.6.35 page.

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