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SubjectRe: Linux-2.5.16

Whats the state of ext3 in this release? I seem to remember reading
there were some corruption issues.

Thanks,

mikeH

Linus Torvalds wrote:

>[ Testing the shortlog format, full changelogs on the kernel site ]
>
>Well, I dunno if the short changelog format is wonderfully readable, but
>at least it's small enough that I don't feel bad about mailbombing the
>kernel list with it.
>
>USB and architecture updates, IDE driver updates etc. The one that kept me
>personally somewhat busy was the interesting Intel SMP-P4 TLB corruption
>bug, which ends up being due to some very funky asynchronous speculative
>TLB fill logic, which made the page table invalidation "exciting".
>
>The TLB invalidate rewrite will likely have broken all other architectures
>(at least performance-wise, if not in any other way), so architecture
>maintainers look out!
>
> Linus
>
>


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