[SM-Discuss] Evaluation of 184.108.40.206 as possible new kernel on ISO
khoralin at gmail.com
Fri Jan 22 14:13:00 EST 2010
On Thu, Jan 21, 2010 at 11:40 AM, flux <flux at sourcemage.org> wrote:
> I'm currently testing out 220.127.116.11 on one of my systems, and it seems
> stable thus far (though I ran into an issue with having security labels
> enabled for the reiser filesystem).
> I'd like to get a consensus of just how stable this kernel is and
> evaluate it for the potential of being the new kernel on the ISO. I am
> therefore calling on all developers who have experience with the 2.6.32
> series (and in particular with the .4 version) to tell me the following:
> * which kernels you have run (in the 2.6.32 series, yes tell me all the
> numbers you have experience with)
> 18.104.22.168, 22.214.171.124
> * how stable each of the kernels has been for you
> Haven't had any problems with either.
> * what hardware you have run the kernels on
> AMD Athlon X2 4800
Asus Mobo, nVidia2 chipset
> * what filesystems, security options, etc. you use with it (or have
> enabled in the kernel)
> * how long you have run/been running each of the kernels
Several weeks for both.
> * if you experienced problems/bugs, what were they? How serious? Are
> there (relatively) easy workarounds you know of?
Have not experienced any problems with either kernel in my time using them.
> I thank you all in advance for any information you can offer me in this.
> Here's to hoping that the 2.6.32 series really is the new "stable"
> Justin "flux_control" Boffemmyer
> Cauldron wizard and general mage
> Source Mage GNU/Linux
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