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    Default Linux 3.14-rc2 Kernel Brings Fair Amount Of Fixes

    Phoronix: Linux 3.14-rc2 Kernel Brings Fair Amount Of Fixes

    When releasing -rc2 kernels, Linus Torvalds is sometimes unhappy with the amount of code changes that happened, but this Sunday evening he seems okay with Linux 3.14-rc2 as it's been a fairly normal week...

    http://www.phoronix.com/vr.php?view=MTU5OTA

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    Release Candidate 2, hm? How much longer until we see Linux 3.14 released?

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    Quote Originally Posted by FutureSuture View Post
    Release Candidate 2, hm? How much longer until we see Linux 3.14 released?
    6-7 weeks.

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    Hello all,

    Has anyone experienced performance issues with 3.14? I can't really provide low-level information at this point, but the system feels unresponsive and stalling with funny disk activity going on. With RC2 the situation is a bit better: if I don't start X, the system seems to behave fine. If I start X however, the HDD led goes on and never goes off again. I get X's clock icon for a very long time, and I have to go back to a console screen and reboot into 3.13 from there.

    Just curious if anyone has come accross this behaviour with 3.14. I'm running gentoo amd64, on an Ivy Bridge platform (Dell Optiplex 7010), and all my filesystems are btrfs.

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