Linux 4.10 has been released. This release adds support for virtualized GPUs, a new ‘perf c2c’ tool for cacheline contention analysis in NUMA systems, a new ‘perf sched timehist’ command for a detailed history of task scheduling, improved writeback management that should make the system more responsive under heavy writing load, a new hybrid block polling method that uses less CPU than pure polling, support for ARM devices such as the Nexus 5 & 6 or Allwinner A64, a feature that allows to attach eBPF programs to cgroups, an experimental MD RAID5 writeback cache, support for Intel Cache Allocation Technology, and many other improvements and new drivers. Here is the full list of changes.
Linux 4.10 released
2017-02-20 Linux 4 Comments
Why in the summary it’s written ‘4.6’? Isn’t it 4.10?
What benefit is this?
Is this about containers or something?… like dividing up your GPU’s memory and shaders and assigning a portion of it to various containers or something?