On July 13, Greg Kroah-Hartman announced that the tenth maintenance release for Linux kernel 3.9 is now available for download and all users of the 3.9 kernel series must upgrade.
Linux kernel 3.9.10 is a small release, most probably the last for this branch, and includes a few updated drivers, a few fixes for various file systems, such as HPFS and NFS, as well as other small changes.
"Note, this might just be the last 3.9-stable kernel release, I'm not quite sure I can guarantee another 3.9-stable kernel will be released. Please move to the 3.10-stable series at this point in time. If that isn't working for you, please let us know NOW!," Greg Kroah-Hartman said in the official release announcement.
Download Linux kernel 3.9.10 right now from Softpedia.