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The 2.5.63-osdl2 is available at
or BitKeeper
or OSDL Patch Lifecycle Manager (
osdl-2.5.63-2 PLM # 1621

o Make default IO scheduler be deadline (me)
o Improved flock bugfix (Matthew Wilcox)

o Update to Megaraid 2 driver (Matt Domsch, Mark Haverkamp)
o Cpu Hot Plug (Zwane Mwaikambo)
o CFQ disk scheduler (Jens Axboe)
o Anticipatory scheduler (Nick Piggin)
o Pentium Performance Counters (Mikael Pettersson)
o Linux Kernel Crash Dump (LKCD) (Matt Robinson, LKCD team)
o Kernel Exec (Kexec) (Eric W. Biederman)
o Linux Trace Toolkit (LTT) (Karim Yaghmour)
o Kernel Config (ikconfig) (Randy Dunlap)
o Improved boot time TSC synchronization (Jim Houston)
o RCU statistics (Dipankar Sarma)
o Scheduler tunables (Robert Love)

Changes since 2.5.62
* Merge -osdl and -dcl into one tree
Seperate trees were temporary till NUMA and hi-res timers
got merged to the base kernel.

+ Update to LKCD
Now includes latest memory and kexec hook.

+ Add CFQ and AS scheduler from -mm tree
Can choose scheduler via the kernel boot commandline:
elevator=deadline (default)
The anticipatory scheduler is experimental and may not boot
on some systems.

- Take out kprobe
No test available or interface available other than the
simple /dev/noisy

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