[dpdk-announce] DPDK 17.05 released
thomas at monjalon.net
Thu May 11 04:39:53 CEST 2017
A new major release is available:
It is the biggest release ever!
1263 patches from 128 authors
1218 files changed, 121233 insertions(+), 32610 deletions(-)
There are 60 new contributors
(including authors, reviewers and testers):
Thanks to Alex Marginean, Alexey Kardashevskiy, Allain Legacy, Ami Sabo,
Andriy Berestovskyy, Billy McFall, Charles Myers, Chris Metcalf,
Cristian Sovaiala, David Riddoch, David Su, Derek Chickles, Ed Czeck,
Fangfang Wei, Gage Eads, Gang Jiang, Gang Yang, Geoff Thorpe,
Gregory Etelson, Guduri Prathyusha, Henry Cai, Herakliusz Lipiec,
Hiroki Shirokura, Horia Geanta Neag, Huanle Han, Ivan Nardi,
Jens Freimann, Jin Heo, Johan Samuelsson, John Jacques, John Miller,
Joseph Richard, Julien Castets, Laura Stroe, Laurent Hardy, Lijuan A Tu,
Mallesham Jatharakonda, Marcin Wilk, Marcin Wojtas, Mark Asselstine,
Mark Bloch, Matt Peters, Michal Krawczyk, Nirmoy Das, Pankaj Gupta,
Pawel Rutkowski, Roman Korynkevych, Roman Zhukov, Roy Pledge,
Sagar Abhang, Shepard Siegel, Shijith Thotton, Shrikrishna Khare,
Shyam Kumar Shrivastav, Srisivasubramanian S, Sunil Kulkarni,
Timothy Redaelli, Venkat Koppula, Vipin Varghese, Wei Wang.
These new contributors are associated with these domain names:
6wind.com, atomicrules.com, brocade.com, caviumnetworks.com,
ericsson.com, huawei.com, intel.com, ustc.edu.cn, mellanox.com,
nxp.com, oktetlabs.ru, oneconvergence.com, ozlabs.ru, radware.com,
redhat.com, scaleway.com, semihalf.com, solarflare.com, spirent.com,
suse.de, vmware.com, weka.io, windriver.com.
- PCI and VDEV bus rework in progress
- mbuf rework
- event driven programming model
- software eventdev driver
- Cavium OCTEON TX eventdev driver
- Cavium LiquidIO driver
- NXP DPAA2 drivers
- Atomic Rules Arkville driver
- Wind River AVP driver
- DOCSIS BPI+ crypto
More details in the release notes:
The new features for the 17.08 cycle must be submitted before the end
of May, in order to be reviewed and integrated during June.
The next release is expected to happen at the very beginning of August.
There were a lot of bugs discovered in the last days of 17.05.
It is probably a sign that DPDK is more and more tested.
If you want to dedicate a machine for DPDK testing
and automatically send/publish the reports,
please join the CI team on ci at dpdk.org:
DPDK: where collaboration meets networking
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