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Andrea Arcangeli

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Issue #330, Section #6 (3 Oct 2005: Linux 2.4.32-rc1 Released)
Issue #326, Section #6 (5 Sep 2005: Monitoring Kernel Use Among Consenting Users)
Issue #319, Section #9 (28 Aug 2005: Summary Of Recent RT Patch Acceptance Discussion)
Issue #307, Section #5 (26 Apr 2005: Linus No Longer Using BitKeeper; Creates 'git' Replacement)
Issue #298, Section #2 (6 Mar 2005: New scrubd Page Zeroing Daemon)
Issue #296, Section #6 (12 Feb 2005: Some Debate Over OOM Killer Future)
Issue #293, Section #1 (9 Jan 2005: Forward Porting Some Big-RAM VM Fixes From 2.4 To 2.6)
Issue #291, Section #2 (4 Jan 2005: Dynamically Defined HZ Value Coming To 2.6)
Issue #287, Section #2 (1 Jan 2005: Out-Of-Memory Killer: Hunting For The Proper Layer)
Issue #284, Section #2 (17 Nov 2004: Status Of 'arch' Revision Control For The Kernel)
Issue #283, Section #6 (6 Nov 2004: Forward-Porting 2.4 VM Out-Of-Memory Features To 2.6)
Issue #273, Section #5 (6 Sep 2004: Allowing Non-Root User To mlock Memory)
Issue #264, Section #18 (25 Jun 2004: Linux 2.6.7-rc1; Developer Concern Over Destablization)
Issue #263, Section #9 (14 Jun 2004: Automatic Bug Checker Reveals Some Kernel Holes)
Issue #260, Section #1 (5 Jun 2004: Speeding Up SATA)
Issue #260, Section #5 (5 Jun 2004: New disable-cap-mlock() sysctl)
Issue #245, Section #3 (14 Dec 2003: Status Of Andrea's VM Contributions In 2.4)
Issue #245, Section #6 (14 Dec 2003: Status Of OOM Killer In 2.4)
Issue #242, Section #2 (24 Nov 2003: kernel.bkbits.net Down For Security Reasons; arch Proposed As BitKeeper Alternative)
Issue #235, Section #3 (24 Oct 2003: More BitKeeper Debate; 'Arch' A Potential Replacement)
Issue #234, Section #1 (6 Oct 2003: Status Of Large Memory Support)
Issue #234, Section #2 (6 Oct 2003: BitMover Asks Kernel Developers To Stop Complaining About BitKeeper)
Issue #234, Section #7 (6 Oct 2003: More Threats From BitMover)
Issue #230, Section #7 (9 Sep 2003: Linux 2.4.22 Released; 2.4.23 Contemplated)
Issue #227, Section #1 (11 Aug 2003: Progress Toward 2.4.22; Problems With BitKeeper Gateway; Mysterious Kernel Lockups)
Issue #222, Section #4 (10 Jul 2003: Explanations Of Various Kernel Trees)
Issue #211, Section #1 (30 Mar 2003: BK->CVS Real-Time Mirror)
Issue #210, Section #1 (23 Mar 2003: BitBucket: A BitKeeper Competitor; Version Control Discussion)
Issue #210, Section #25 (23 Mar 2003: cvsps Project To Support BitKeeper Metadata In CVS)
Issue #207, Section #19 (2 Mar 2003: Mailing List Statistics)
Issue #206, Section #2 (23 Feb 2003: Accessing The BitKeeper Tree Without BitKeeper)
Issue #205, Section #15 (14 Feb 2003: Experiments In Disk I/O Scheduling)
Issue #190, Section #6 (28 Oct 2002: Maintainers List)
Issue #189, Section #10 (20 Oct 2002: Maintainer List)
Issue #185, Section #15 (22 Sep 2002: Maintainer List)
Issue #184, Section #25 (15 Sep 2002: Linux Test Project 20020910 Released)
Issue #181, Section #23 (25 Aug 2002: Maintainer List)
Issue #181, Section #24 (25 Aug 2002: Status Of 2.4 Virtual Memory Subsystem)
Issue #180, Section #15 (18 Aug 2002: Maintainer List)
Issue #176, Section #4 (21 Jul 2002: Seeking Stable Kernels)
Issue #168, Section #1 (26 May 2002: Status Of 2.5 VM, ext3, And IDE Code)
Issue #167, Section #1 (19 May 2002: khttpd Leaving The Kernel; Tux Possibly Going In)
Issue #162, Section #2 (14 Apr 2002: Kernel Licensing Discussion)
Issue #158, Section #5 (18 Mar 2002: Status Of Asymmetric Multi-Processing Support)
Issue #153, Section #3 (11 Feb 2002: VM Update And Benchmarks)
Issue #153, Section #4 (11 Feb 2002: VM Subsystem Documentation)
Issue #149, Section #8 (7 Jan 2002: Alan Continues 2.2 Maintenance)
Issue #148, Section #4 (31 Dec 2001: VM Subsystem Fixes In 2.4 And 2.5)
Issue #147, Section #1 (24 Dec 2001: The VM Subsystem: The Saga Continues)
Issue #141, Section #1 (12 Nov 2001: Memory Debugging Tool)
Issue #141, Section #3 (12 Nov 2001: Andrea's VM Code Performs Better Than Rik's)
Issue #139, Section #3 (29 Oct 2001: More Discussion Of The VM Subsystem)
Issue #138, Section #3 (22 Oct 2001: Comparing The Two Virtual Memory Subsystems)
Issue #138, Section #6 (22 Oct 2001: More Discussion Of The VM Changes In 2.4)
Issue #136, Section #2 (8 Oct 2001: Benchmarks And Bug Reports In The New 2.4 VM)
Issue #136, Section #9 (8 Oct 2001: Success And Problems With New VM)
Issue #135, Section #2 (1 Oct 2001: Some Discussion Of 2.4 Virtual Memory Subsystem)
Issue #135, Section #4 (1 Oct 2001: Virtual Memory Subsystem Rewritten In 2.4!)
Issue #127, Section #3 (23 Jul 2001: e2fsck Hanging in 2.4.7)
Issue #123, Section #5 (25 Jun 2001: Linux 2.4.6-pre3)
Issue #123, Section #6 (25 Jun 2001: Unregistered Changes To The User<->Kernel API)
Issue #120, Section #1 (28 May 2001: SMP Race In ext2)
Issue #114, Section #5 (16 Apr 2001: 2.4.3 Compile Problems On Alpha And IA64)
Issue #114, Section #8 (16 Apr 2001: Big Raw IO Performance Enhancement For 2.4)
Issue #111, Section #3 (16 Mar 2001: Memory Allocation Design In 2.4)
Issue #103, Section #12 (19 Jan 2001: 2.0.39 Announced)
Issue #102, Section #10 (12 Jan 2001: Rik And Andrea: As The Saga Turns)
Issue #102, Section #25 (12 Jan 2001: "VM: do_try_to_free_pages" Lockups: The Saga Ends Peacefully)
Issue #100, Section #7 (1 Jan 2001: Benefits Of NFSv3)
Issue #99, Section #10 (25 Dec 2000: VM Problems In 2.2.18)
Issue #94, Section #7 (20 Nov 2000: Virtual Memory Problems In 2.2)
Issue #93, Section #6 (13 Nov 2000: Security Hole In Latest Developer Release)
Issue #92, Section #4 (6 Nov 2000: Data Loss For Big Files Over NFS In 2.2 And 2.4)
Issue #91, Section #14 (30 Oct 2000: Virtual Memory Subsystem Still Shaky)
Issue #90, Section #3 (23 Oct 2000: VM Looking Good; 'OOM Killer' Discussion)
Issue #89, Section #1 (16 Oct 2000: 'soft updates', Journalling, Crashing Virtual Machines; Linus On Current VM vs. Classzone)
Issue #88, Section #1 (9 Oct 2000: Driver Directory-Structure Tweaks)
Issue #88, Section #2 (9 Oct 2000: The Return Of 'classzone': The VM Saga Continues)
Issue #88, Section #6 (9 Oct 2000: Linux On AlphaServer GS320)
Issue #86, Section #1 (25 Sep 2000: Reaching For Full Preemption)
Issue #86, Section #3 (25 Sep 2000: Patches For Big RAM, Better VM, Raw IO, SMP Performance, Large Files, And Other Stuff)
Issue #86, Section #9 (25 Sep 2000: Using Netware Elevator Ideas In Linux)
Issue #85, Section #10 (18 Sep 2000: Kernel Debugging Documentation)
Issue #82, Section #4 (28 Aug 2000: Xircom PCMCIA Problems)
Issue #81, Section #1 (21 Aug 2000: Ramdisks, Compression, Embedded Systems, Loopback, And The VM Situation)
Issue #81, Section #4 (21 Aug 2000: VM Design Dispute)
Issue #80, Section #10 (14 Aug 2000: Twisted VM Tweaking)
Issue #77, Section #7 (24 Jul 2000: Improving The Kernel Release Schedule)
Issue #76, Section #13 (17 Jul 2000: Dynamic Inode Allocation)
Issue #74, Section #11 (3 Jul 2000: Virtual Memory Opponents Work Together)
Issue #74, Section #12 (3 Jul 2000: More On VM: 'classzone' Better In Benchmarks)
Issue #73, Section #11 (26 Jun 2000: Developers Argue Over Virtual Memory: 'classzone' Vs. 'strict zone')
Issue #72, Section #6 (19 Jun 2000: More VM Bug Hunting)
Issue #72, Section #8 (19 Jun 2000: Pushing For Sign-off On CML2)
Issue #70, Section #2 (5 Jun 2000: Things To Do Before 2.4: Saga Continues)
Issue #68, Section #5 (22 May 2000: Virtual Memory Problems Persist In Development Series)
Issue #67, Section #9 (15 May 2000: Ancient Cache Bug Found And Fixed In 2.0, 2.2, And 2.3)
Issue #66, Section #5 (8 May 2000: To Do Before 2.4: Saga Continues)
Issue #66, Section #8 (8 May 2000: 2.0.x Development Continues)
Issue #65, Section #4 (1 May 2000: Unexplained Memory Overuse In Development Kernels)
Issue #64, Section #3 (24 Apr 2000: Cornering A Slowdown)
Issue #60, Section #2 (27 Mar 2000: Linus On The Verge Of pre-2.4; Status Of reiserfs)
Issue #60, Section #3 (27 Mar 2000: Alan's Task List For 2.4: Saga Continues)
Issue #60, Section #10 (27 Mar 2000: Jiffies Wraparound)
Issue #59, Section #7 (20 Mar 2000: Scheduling Difficulties Under Linux)
Issue #57, Section #4 (6 Mar 2000: The Real-Time Clock And Portability)
Issue #57, Section #7 (6 Mar 2000: Developers Dispute Direction Of Alpha Patches)
Issue #56, Section #2 (28 Feb 2000: Fixing Stalls At Heavy I/O Writes)
Issue #55, Section #11 (21 Feb 2000: Bug Hunt In Unstable Series)
Issue #54, Section #8 (14 Feb 2000: Read-Write Semaphores For Alpha)
Issue #48, Section #2 (27 Dec 1999: mmap Changes)
Issue #48, Section #5 (27 Dec 1999: Major Security Hole In 2.0.x!! Alan Hands Off The 2.0 Tree To David Weinehall!!)
Issue #46, Section #1 (13 Dec 1999: Google Bug Hunt)
Issue #46, Section #4 (13 Dec 1999: Filesystem Corruption Hunt And Fix In Stable And Unstable Kernels)
Issue #44, Section #3 (22 Nov 1999: Real Time Clock Stoppage)
Issue #44, Section #5 (22 Nov 1999: Kernel Support For Binary-Only Programs)
Issue #43, Section #5 (15 Nov 1999: Mirroring Via The Buffer Cache)
Issue #42, Section #7 (8 Nov 1999: Questions And Answers About New Buffer Hash)
Issue #41, Section #4 (1 Nov 1999: Bigmem Patches Advancing)
Issue #40, Section #1 (25 Oct 1999: SMP CPU-Binding Discussion)
Issue #37, Section #3 (4 Oct 1999: Unsolved SMP Races Explored)
Issue #37, Section #5 (4 Oct 1999: GCC Bug, Workaround, And Controversy)
Issue #37, Section #13 (4 Oct 1999: Linux 2.2.x ISN Vulnerability)
Issue #37, Section #17 (4 Oct 1999: Epox Moherboards)
Issue #36, Section #6 (27 Sep 1999: Linux 2.3.18ac3 Announced)
Issue #36, Section #7 (27 Sep 1999: Incremental -ac Patches)
Issue #36, Section #8 (27 Sep 1999: Andrea Arcangeli's Patch Set)
Issue #36, Section #14 (27 Sep 1999: 2.3.18ac4 Announced)
Issue #36, Section #22 (27 Sep 1999: 2.2.13pre9 Announced)
Issue #35, Section #2 (20 Sep 1999: bigmem Patch Conflicts With rawio Patch)
Issue #35, Section #4 (20 Sep 1999: IKD In The Kernel)
Issue #35, Section #28 (20 Sep 1999: Ramdisk Fix For 2.3.18)
Issue #34, Section #4 (13 Sep 1999: ReiserFS Nears Readiness; Difficulties Discussed)
Issue #34, Section #28 (13 Sep 1999: Satisfied User Sees Speed Improvements In 2.3.x)
Issue #33, Section #3 (7 Sep 1999: Many SMP Races In 2.3.13)
Issue #33, Section #5 (7 Sep 1999: Ramdisks Blocksize And 2.3.x Problems)
Issue #33, Section #21 (7 Sep 1999: 2.3.15 Announced; Semaphore Code Rewritten)
Issue #33, Section #33 (7 Sep 1999: Linux 2.2.13pre1)
Issue #32, Section #12 (27 Aug 1999: Using 4 Gigs Of Ram On 32-Bit Systems)
Issue #31, Section #11 (19 Aug 1999: Development Conflicts)
Issue #28, Section #6 (22 Jul 1999: Kernel Profiling)
Issue #27, Section #17 (15 Jul 1999: Extensive Buffer Patch Submitted)
Issue #25, Section #1 (1 Jul 1999: Performance/DoS Patch; Kernel Stabilizes)
Issue #25, Section #6 (1 Jul 1999: 2.3.7 Filesystem Reorganization And Breakage)
Issue #25, Section #9 (1 Jul 1999: Linux Moves On After Invasive Recoding)
Issue #24, Section #1 (24 Jun 1999: Virtual Memory Performance Patch For 2.2.x)
Issue #24, Section #9 (24 Jun 1999: The State Of The Bleeding Edge)
Issue #19, Section #6 (20 May 1999: Legacy a.out Support Fading)
Issue #18, Section #5 (13 May 1999: Philosophy Of Open Source; Maintainer Conflict)
Issue #17, Section #7 (6 May 1999: Performance Finagling)
Issue #16, Section #7 (29 Apr 1999: Memory Management Bug Hunt)
Issue #15, Section #1 (22 Apr 1999: Bug Hunt For 'Impossible' Errors)
Issue #13, Section #9 (8 Apr 1999: Linux Debugger For Assembly)
Issue #12, Section #1 (1 Apr 1999: ext2 Bug Hunt)
Issue #12, Section #10 (1 Apr 1999: Fix For An Obscure DoS In 2.2.4)
Issue #11, Section #1 (27 Mar 1999: Kernel Accounting)
Issue #11, Section #3 (27 Mar 1999: Out Of Memory Errors With Plenty Of Unused Swap In 2.2.x)
Issue #10, Section #7 (18 Mar 1999: Developer Interaction)
Issue #10, Section #19 (18 Mar 1999: TCP Bugfix)
Issue #10, Section #23 (18 Mar 1999: dquota Fixes)
Issue #9, Section #1 (11 Mar 1999: Panic Hunt)
Issue #9, Section #5 (11 Mar 1999: RAID And CONFIG_FILTER Troubles Under 2.2.2)
Issue #9, Section #17 (11 Mar 1999: HP Begins Closed Port To Merced (To Be GPLed Eventually))
Issue #8, Section #5 (4 Mar 1999: Scheduler Resolution)
Issue #8, Section #10 (4 Mar 1999: Beowulf Performance Optimization)
Issue #8, Section #11 (4 Mar 1999: Fixes To 2.0 But Not 2.2; Working Around Solaris Bugs)
Issue #6, Section #3 (18 Feb 1999: Inode Memory; Module Access To Cache)
Issue #5, Section #3 (11 Feb 1999: Hunt For A Crash Exploit)
Issue #5, Section #5 (11 Feb 1999: Debugging Session)
Issue #5, Section #9 (11 Feb 1999: Process Scheduling)

 

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