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The Linux Test Project has been released for January 2016

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Good news everyone,

the Linux Test Project test suite stable release for *January 2016*
has been released.

Since the last release 191 patches by 29 authors were merged.

Notable changes are:

* Rewritten and new cgroup tests for cpuacct and pids controllers

* Rewritten basic cgroup functional and stress tests

* New userns07 test for user namespaces

* New syscall tests for:
- renameat2()
- sched_getattr()
- sched_setattr()
- kcmp()
- fcntl(fd, F_SETLEASE)
- preadv()
- pwritev()

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