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[bookmark=https://twitter.com/axboe/status/1316793998695108614]@kernellogger @KernelRecipes I'll raise you a picture from the very first LSFMM, which was just LS back then. Later it encompassed FS and MM too.

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Heh, I'm in the 2013 one...



[bookmark=https://twitter.com/axboe/status/1316774872157167617]Some interesting developments and test results coming out of the Samba side, working with 100GBit networking: [/bookmark]



[bookmark=https://twitter.com/acmel/status/1316777606117756928]Some people like GUIs and complain that perf is, at most, a TUI tool, maybe this may help:

github.com/KDAB/hotspot/b…

# # [/bookmark]




[bookmark=https://twitter.com/linuxconfau/status/1316692946561888257]The LCA2021 Call for Sessions and Call for Miniconfs are open from now until 6 Nov 2020. This year, the theme is ‘So what’s next?’. If you have ideas or developments to share with the open source community in January 2021, we’d love to hear from you! [/bookmark]




"[…] insight on the # physical page frame data structure […] The primary users of struct page are the page cache and anonymous memory and they impose various restrictions […] This document explains how you can use them safely. […]" #

blogs.oracle.com/linux/struct-p…



[bookmark=https://twitter.com/gregkh/status/1316600055713931266]They are now claiming you need a 5.10 kernel or newer to solve this. 5.10 will be released at the end of December, 2020.

Intel knows better, and knows how to do this properly, this feels malicious at this point...[/bookmark]



[bookmark=https://twitter.com/mjg59/status/1316484882877435904]Intel just disclosed a bunch of Linux Bluetooth vulnerabilities (intel.com/content/www/us…), but:
1) Despite claiming the fixes are in 5.9, they aren't
2) Distributions weren't notified so didn't have backported patches ready to release [/bookmark]



[bookmark=https://twitter.com/theflow0/status/1316071793707364353]BleedingTooth: Linux Bluetooth Zero-Click Remote Code Execution
Blog post available soon on: security.googleblog.com
Google Security Research Repository: github.com/google/securit…
Intel Security Advisory: intel.com/content/www/us…
Video: [/bookmark]



[bookmark=https://twitter.com/lwnnet/status/1316423740180267008]BleedingTooth: critical kernel Bluetooth vulnerability [/bookmark]



[bookmark=https://twitter.com/joergroedel/status/1316454544528879620]AMD SEV- ES Client Support merged into the mainline Linux kernel: kernel/git/torvalds/linux.git - Linux kernel source tree [/bookmark]



[bookmark=https://twitter.com/colinianking/status/1316375306048090112]some folk think applying a patch is all that is required. They forgot the effort in backporting, sanity checking, testing across multiple arches and all the 'paper work' that gets done before a release occurs.[/bookmark]






#, the # 3d driver for the #, was merged to # master and thus will be in Mesa 20.3 which is supposed to arrive later this year. Congrats! # #

gitlab.freedesktop.org/mesa/mesa/-/me…
cgit.freedesktop.org/mesa/mesa/log/…

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[bookmark=https://twitter.com/acmel/status/1316035601473376257]Stuff that will be in perf v5.10: Show when the max latency started in 'perf sched latency':

git.kernel.org/acme/c/dc000c4…

You can then use that timestamp to look at the 'perf script' output and see what was going on at that time.

Thanks to @joel_linux !

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[bookmark=https://twitter.com/WillDeacon/status/1315972413516132352]Tonne of # goodies merged into the # # for 5.10 including MTE (which you can test out with QEMU trunk) and enhanced Pointer Auth. We even have tests! As usual, thanks to everybody who contributed, particularly the reviewers. 🐧 [/bookmark]



Results from the @linuxplumbers 2020 Survey are in:

"[…] 98.4% of respondents were positive or neutral about the event […] majority of attendees prefer us to try to hold the conference in person […] identify options in Dublin for a hybrid event […]".

linuxplumbersconf.org/blog/2020/lpc-…

LPC 2020 Survey Results