Another day and time for yet another release.
There are 0.106 versions and incrementals available for linux-4.7:
Two large remaining races that could lead to warnings, stalls, or in the worst case, crashes, have been fixed in this version.
Additionally the multiple-runqueue locking has been significantly optimised to take only the runqueues needed for as long as they're needed only and dropped as soon as possible which should bring the lock contention levels down even further. This is a performance enhancement, more so in non-interactive mode, though it will only start being demonstrable if you're lucky enough to have many CPUs.
This version addresses all the known bugs and warnings I've received to date so hopefully I can have a little rest and let people out there actually give it a go. What will you expect if you use this instead of BFS? If I've done this correctly, you will notice absolutely no difference since the idea was to preserve the interactivity and responsiveness of BFS and make it scalable to more CPUs than most people can afford.
Keep the feedback coming, thanks.