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Using the eXpress Data Path (XDP) in #RHEL8

"[…] #XDP makes it possible to integrate flexible programmable network packet processing directly into the Linux kernel data path […] at what this technology offers, and how you can get started with it […]"

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My #Kernel vanilla repositories for #fedora now ship #Linux 5.1.12, which fixes the (in)famous #bcache data corruption issue (see ).

All kernels available there also contain patches for the #TCP #SACK issues published recently.

fedoraproject.org/wiki/Kernel_Va…






 



 





 



 
"[…] #RHEL 8 supports cgroups v2. This is a big one […] In the case of cgroups v2, there is a single hierarchy of cgroups […] If you are interested in how cgroups will change over the lifecycle of RHEL, it’s a good article to follow. […]"
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