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The Linux Test Project has been released for September 2015

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Good news everyone,

the Linux Test Project test suite stable release for *September 2015*
has been released.

Since the last release 272 patches by 27 authors were merged.

Notable changes are:

* Network namespace testcases were rewritten from scratch

* New user namespaces testcases

* New testcases for various virtual network interfaces

* New umount2() testcases (for UMOUNT_NOFOLLOW, MNT_EXPIRE and MNT_DETACH flags)

* New open() testcase (for O_PATH flag)

* New getrandom() testcases

* New inotify, cpuset, futex_wake() and recvmsg() regression tests

+ The usual number of fixes and enhancements

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