Linux Kernel 3.10.27 Officially Announced

The Long Term Support Linux Kernel 3.10 now announced the immediate availability for download of its 27th updates. Greg Kroah-Hartman announced this release and urged users of this Kernel series to upgrade as soon as possible.
“I'm announcing the release of the 3.10.27 kernel. All users of the 3.10 kernel series must upgrade.” Linux Kernel 3.10.27 is a minor release which brings various improvements to x86, ARM architectures and some network fixes. See the changelog for details.
Updated features in this release are:
  • CLK_IGNORE_UNUSED flag has been added for the sysreg clock
  • The send path has been fixed when running with proto == 0 (packet)
  • napi structures have been deleted from netdev before releasing memory
  • X86_FEATURE_APERFMPERF has been added to cpu match parameters
  • A race on toggling cfs_bandwidth_used has been fixed
  • Missing TXQ unlock and OOPS have been fixed
  • Reduce buffer size for vpd request
  • Move "bufferable MMPDU" check to fix AP mode scan
If for some reason this kernel release doesn’t work properly for you, reboot into previous kernel. For more details about the changes in this branch of the kernel visit the official announcement.