To To LinuxKernel5.8 version is officially released, Linus said that LinuxKernel5.8 is "one of the largest distributions in history." LinuxKernel5.8 has many updates in terms of ARM64 architecture features. The openEuler community posted that the contributions of Huawei’s 92 community kernel engineers include: ARM64SPEperfevent, ACPICPPC support for ARM64CPU overclocking, and virtualization hot migration page dirty optimization (128G4K page dirty optimization from 650ms to 1.8ms), CPU sleep regulator can be based on the default Scene adjustments and other features. At the same time, Huawei has handed in answers to the code contributions (changesets), code modification lines (linechanged) and kernel defect discovery in LinuxKernel5.8. From the perspective of company contribution, Huawei ranked second in the number of patches submitted, accounting for 8.6%, and code modification ranked first, accounting for 27.8%. Among the 1,399 patches contributed by Huawei, in addition to the system features mentioned in the previous article, there are 200 bugfix patches for key subsystems such as network, file system, perf commissioning, and security. These are all required for Linux to run normally. The required basic software system is very important for Linux. The openEuler community stated that in terms of kernel testing and bug submission, Huawei's automatic kernel defect discovery robot HULKRobot (HuaweiUnifiedLinuxKernelRobot) performed well and continued to dominate the LinuxKernel5.8 version. HULKRobot integrates big data machine learning and semantic analysis technology. It contains a large amount of test data for HULKRobot to learn. It also integrates scene semantic-based fuzzing testing technology, system-wide function-level fault injection, and accurate unit testing, making HULKRobot a An efficient, accurate and scalable test system greatly improves test efficiency and problem detection efficiency. In addition, Huawei engineer MauroCarvalho Chehab, as Media, EDACMaintainer, ranks first in the world for dual contribution. The first place is MauroCarvalhoChehab from Huawei. Mauro ranks first in both the submitted patch and code modification line, accounting for 3.4% of the entire patch and 25.8% of the entire code modification line. Shocked, as much as this thing <br>
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Netizens reply: To To Quote: YukinoCoco published on 2020-9-212:06 Do you think that Huawei recruits so many bosses every year to eat dry food?
Netizens reply: To To Huawei has studied the embedded system liunx many years ago, right? Like those liunx or embedded systems that the security chip SDK runs, there are codes on the Internet, and there are many kernel-level code modifications. The later embedded systems are basically replaced with liteos Similar to the bottom layer of Android, Huawei is also a company that can modify the bottom layer of Android in addition to Google and Samsung. It is estimated that most people on the forum have not read the code seriously. Throw away that part of the open source, but only use Hongmeng on the TV. Huawei's security image processing and other chips are based on liunxSDK and liteos-based SDK are now in huge market use, and there are many IoT products. Some codes can also be found online. Take a closer look and the quality is not low
Netizens reply: To To If people don't think that the special purpose is to block him, it really is not a matter of money or money. It is indeed touching.
Netizens reply: To To Quote: 88232128 published in 2020-9-213:06 All the contributions of Huawei's overseas R&D department have something to do with China, so don’t forget to put gold on your face
Netizen Reply: To To You only saw Huawei ranked second in the short-term but did not see Intel always ranked first. You have to suspect that you are Huawei’s navy
Netizen reply: To To Engage in Android system...There are also various embedded system companies, Kernel must have dug a lot of people...
Netizens reply: To To That's it. Huawei does things for CCP and monitors the world. Trump still doesn't use administrative means to remove Huawei from various alliances
Netizens reply: To To Huawei has studied the embedded system liunx many years ago, right? Like those liunx or embedded systems that the security chip SDK runs, there are codes on the Internet, and there are many kernel-level code modifications. The later embedded systems are basically replaced with liteos Similar to the bottom layer of Android, Huawei is also a company that can modify the bottom layer of Android in addition to Google and Samsung. It is estimated that most people on the forum have not read the code seriously. Throw away that part of the open source, but only use Hongmeng on the TV. Huawei's security image processing and other chips are based on liunxSDK and liteos-based SDK are now in huge market use, and there are many IoT products. Some codes can also be found online. Take a closer look and the quality is not low
Netizens reply: To To If people don't think that the special purpose is to block him, it really is not a matter of money or money. It is indeed touching.
Netizens reply: To To Quote: YukinoCoco published on 2020-9-212:06 Do you think that Huawei recruits so many bosses every year to eat dry food?
Netizens reply: To To All the contributions of Huawei's overseas R&D department have something to do with China, so don’t forget to put gold on your face
Netizen Reply: To To Take you? Can you do this? Chuan Juju immediately went to Twitter to declare: ban Linux
Netizens reply: To To Quote: 88232128 published in 2020-9-213:06 All the contributions of Huawei's overseas R&D department have something to do with China, so don’t forget to put gold on your face
Netizen Reply: To To Quote: hfhfg published on 2020-9-212:51 Huawei has foreign branches. . . It may be a foreigner who submitted the patch. . .
Netizens reply: To To Quote: 88232128 published in 2020-9-213:06 All the contributions of Huawei's overseas R&D department have something to do with China, so don’t forget to put gold on your face
Netizen Reply: To To You only saw Huawei ranked second in the short-term but did not see Intel always ranked first. You have to suspect that you are Huawei’s navy.

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