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Subject2.6.14-rt13
i have released the 2.6.14-rt13 tree, which can be downloaded from the 
usual place:

http://redhat.com/~mingo/realtime-preempt/

lots of fixes in this release affecting all supported architectures, all
across the board. Big MIPS update from John Cooper.

Changes since 2.6.14-rt1:

- lots of RCU fixes and updates in signal handling and related areas
(Paul E. McKenney)

- big RCU torture-test update (Paul E. McKenney)

- fix netfilter/conntrack crash reported by Paweł Sikora

- big MIPS update (John Cooper)

- ARM updates (Daniel Walker)

- PPC updates (Benedikt Spranger)

- ktimers rounding fix (Thomas Gleixner)

- off by one fix in timespec normalization (George Anzinger)

- lpptest Kconfig dependency fix (Tom Rini)

- clean up get_cpu_tick() -> get_cycles() in blocker, lpptest and
latency.c. (Tom Rini)

- fix ppc32 bootwrapper code for new zlib (Tom Rini)

- rtc histogram fixes merged for real :-) (K.R. Foley)

- fix NMI watchdog false positive (Steven Rostedt, me)

- added the nsleep() kernel API, which uses high-resolution sleeps

- build fix on !PREEMPT_RT

- cleanup of the PER_CPU_LOCKED infrastructure

- fix softlockup false positives triggered by the RCU torture-test.

- do not send a false -ERESTART_RESTARTBLOCK to userspace if the
HRT timer hardware wakes us up early.

to build a 2.6.14-rt13 tree, the following patches should be applied:

http://kernel.org/pub/linux/kernel/v2.6/linux-2.6.14.tar.bz2
http://redhat.com/~mingo/realtime-preempt/patch-2.6.14-rt13

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