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Linux RSEQ Patches Updated For Allowing Faster getcpu() In C Libraries   Linux Kernel   2022-09-23
RISC-V CPU Idle Support, Other RISC-V Improvements Merged Into Linux 5.18   RISC-V   2022-04-03
RISC-V Gets Sv57-Based Virtual Memory, Other Improvements For Linux 5.18   RISC-V   2022-03-27
GNU C Library 2.35 Released With Unicode 14 Support, RSEQ Integration   GNU   2022-02-03
GCC 12 + Glibc 2.35 Planned For Fedora 36   Fedora   2022-01-08
Restartable Sequences "RSEQ" Support Returning To GNU C Library   GNU   2021-12-10
Linux 5.10 Scheduler Updates Bring SMT Balancing Tweaks   Linux Kernel   2020-10-12
GNU C Library 2.32 Released   GNU   2020-08-06
It Needs A Restart: GLIBC Drops Support For Restartable Sequences   GNU   2020-07-17
Glibc's Usage Of Performance-Boosting "RSEQ" Is Still Coming Together   GNU   2020-03-25
GNU C Library 2.31 Nearing With Experimental C2X Support, Time Changes   GNU   2020-01-31
New Linux System Call Proposed To Let User-Space Pin Themselves To Specific CPU Cores   Linux Kernel   2020-01-22
GNU C Library 2.31 Should Be Out In February - To Ship With Fedora 32   GNU   2019-12-16
RSEQ Support Might Finally Premiere In Glibc 2.31 For Using This Modern Linux Feature   GNU   2019-09-24
The New Restartable Sequences System Call Is Living Up To Its Performance Claims   Linux Kernel   2018-10-27
64-bit ARM Changes For Linux 4.19 Has "A Bunch Of Good Stuff"   Arm   2018-08-15
Linux 4.18 Landing Restartable Sequences System Call, Yields Performance Benefits   Linux Kernel   2018-06-10