Linux kernel 6.0 is released.


Linux 6.0 kickstarts the 6.x series in fine form, bringing an assortment of performance improvements, new hardware support, security fixes, and the usual grab-bag of file-system tweaks to the fore. The latest release of the Linux kernel adds support for AMD’s Zen processors and Intel’s Alder Lake-N and Raptor Lake-P. There are also improvements in the process scheduler for NUMA balancing for Zen-based AMD systems. The NFSD file system also comes with NFSv4 – Courteous Server handling, allowing unresponsive clients’ files to be opened and locked by another client. Run-time verification feature for safety-critical systems.Fixes and new memory management features in the DAMON framework subsystem

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