On 13 September 2017 at 01:39, James Hogarth <james.hoga...@gmail.com>

> On 12 Sep 2017 10:49 pm, "Laura Abbott" <labb...@redhat.com> wrote:
> On 09/05/2017 09:41 AM, Laura Abbott wrote:
>> Hi,
>> Kernel 4.13 was released this past weekend. This kernel has been
>> built for rawhide and is building for F27 as well. We will be
>> following the same upgrade procedure as in the past. F25 and F26
>> will get rebased to 4.13 after a few stable releases, typically
>> 4.13.2 or 4.11.3 depending on how stable the kernel is. Upstream
>> does not give release dates for stable release but given past
>> timings, this will probably happen towards the end of September.
>> As always, if you have any questions please let me know.
>> Thanks,
>> Laura
> 4.13.1 is now in the kernel-stabilization COPR. 4.13.2 was released
> this morning but given it was released in conjunction with a new
> publicized CVE, it was slightly smaller and I'm inclined to wait
> for 4.13.3 before attempting to push anything to bodhi for F26.
> Thanks for the update Laura
> I'll pop that on my system tomorrow for some early testing and when you're
> ready with the bodhi update will add the feedback.

Installed and running well here:

Intel® Core™ i5-6300HQ CPU @ 2.30GHz × 4 Intel® HD Graphics 530 (Skylake
GT2) / Nvidia-bumblebee 384.69 on NV117

WiFI working, bluetooth working, GPU works still.

Ran through both the default and performance kernel regression tests[0] -
both passed.


Incidentally I enabled the bfq scheduler for my spinning rust large data
drive and kyber for my SSD (since they have had some time to initially "bed
in" in 4.12)  and the system feels noticeably more responsive than on cfq
before ... though I wonder how much is a placebo effect ... might be fun to
switch it up and do some bonnie and iozone testing at some point.



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