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Issue #319, Section #9 (28 Aug 2005: Summary Of Recent RT Patch Acceptance Discussion)
Issue #308, Section #6 (28 Apr 2005: New 'Mercurial' Version Control System Proposed For Linux)
Issue #307, Section #9 (26 Apr 2005: git Development Continues)
Issue #296, Section #3 (12 Feb 2005: plugsched Version 2.0 Released; Some Discussion Of Official Inclusion)
Issue #294, Section #6 (2 Feb 2005: Status Of The "Halloween Document" And Freinds)
Issue #293, Section #3 (9 Jan 2005: Big Speed And Reliability Improvements For Software Suspend)
Issue #281, Section #1 (30 Oct 2004: Linux 2.6.9-rc2-mm2 Released; Various Config Options Break ia64 In Various Kernels)
Issue #278, Section #4 (19 Oct 2004: inotify 0.9 Released Against Kernel 2.6.8.1)
Issue #257, Section #11 (6 Apr 2004: Linux 2.6.4-mm1 Released)
Issue #245, Section #2 (14 Dec 2003: Real-Time Kernel-Based Mutexes)
Issue #245, Section #4 (14 Dec 2003: Filesystem Encryption And Compression)
Issue #224, Section #4 (30 Jul 2003: Expected Changes From 2.4 To 2.6)
Issue #219, Section #1 (16 Jun 2003: Futex Updates; Backward Compatibility Policy)
Issue #219, Section #4 (16 Jun 2003: Web Page For The O(1) Scheduler)
Issue #216, Section #3 (20 May 2003: 'Must-Fix' Bug List For 2.6 (Or 3.0))
Issue #216, Section #8 (20 May 2003: kdb 4.2 Released)
Issue #215, Section #12 (9 May 2003: Status Of Hyperthreading Scheduler Enhancements)
Issue #213, Section #14 (13 Apr 2003: Backport Of Scheduler Interactivity Patches To 2.4)
Issue #211, Section #3 (30 Mar 2003: Fix For Ancient Scheduler Bug)
Issue #207, Section #10 (2 Mar 2003: /proc Reorganization And Speedup)
Issue #199, Section #12 (6 Jan 2003: Fast Access To The Process List)
Issue #197, Section #1 (23 Dec 2002: Status Of O(1) Scheduler And Related Patches In 2.4)
Issue #197, Section #10 (23 Dec 2002: Procps 3.1.3 Released)
Issue #195, Section #12 (9 Dec 2002: WOLK 3.8 Released)
Issue #194, Section #18 (2 Dec 2002: Reverse-Mapping Virtual Memory Subsystem)
Issue #188, Section #4 (13 Oct 2002: NUMA Scheduler Patch)
Issue #186, Section #3 (29 Sep 2002: Supporting Large Numbers Of Threads)
Issue #181, Section #1 (25 Aug 2002: Some 2.5 Performance Patches And Benchmarks)
Issue #181, Section #10 (25 Aug 2002: WOLK Project Needs Maintainer)
Issue #181, Section #20 (25 Aug 2002: Improving Threading Scalability)
Issue #175, Section #4 (14 Jul 2002: SCHED_IDLE Implementation)
Issue #175, Section #5 (14 Jul 2002: Status Of O(1) Scheduler In 2.4)
Issue #173, Section #1 (30 Jun 2002: Sparc64 Support For O(1) Scheduler; Developer Interaction)
Issue #171, Section #4 (16 Jun 2002: Scheduler Hints)
Issue #166, Section #4 (12 May 2002: Unifying The O(1) Scheduler With Other Patches)
Issue #164, Section #4 (28 Apr 2002: CPU Affinity With O(1) Scheduler Under 2.4)
Issue #162, Section #8 (14 Apr 2002: Status Of O(1) Scheduler Patch)
Issue #156, Section #6 (4 Mar 2001: Status Of NUMA Scheduling In 2.4)
Issue #153, Section #2 (11 Feb 2002: Latest O(1) Scheduler Patch For 2.5)
Issue #153, Section #7 (11 Feb 2002: Tuning Scheduler Parameters At Run-Time)
Issue #151, Section #8 (21 Jan 2002: Merging Preemptive Kernel Patch With New Scheduler Code)
Issue #151, Section #9 (21 Jan 2002: User-Mode Linux And The New Scheduler Code)
Issue #150, Section #4 (14 Jan 2002: New Scalable Scheduler)
Issue #130, Section #6 (13 Aug 2001: New Release Of Kernel Build Tools)
Issue #106, Section #9 (9 Feb 2001: New 2.4 Timer Implementation)
Issue #93, Section #1 (13 Nov 2000: Redesigning 'poll()')
Issue #84, Section #1 (11 Sep 2000: Posix Threads (pthreads) In Linux)
Issue #76, Section #6 (17 Jul 2000: Petitioners Request Real-Time Latency In The Kernel)
Issue #64, Section #3 (24 Apr 2000: Cornering A Slowdown)
Issue #26, Section #8 (8 Jul 1999: wait_queue Changes Summarized)

 

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