We are planning on upgrading the 2.2.x kernel that is available for
5.2. Just have to decide which kernel to use.
2.2.12 better but claimed to have memory leaks
So the search goes on.
On Mon, 13 Sep 1999, Tim Miller wrote:
> This question is more out of curiosity than anything else, but...
> Will there be "official" releases from FNAL folks of kernels
> newer than 2.2.10?
> If you are quietly wondering to yourself what's wrong with
> 2.2.10, "nothing" is wrong with them :) However, if you have
> an SMP box, an Adaptec 2940UW SCSI adapter, and 4 tape drives,
> you may find that you are limited in the number of tape drives
> you can write to from NFS mounted directories (from both Linux
> and ALPHA NFS servers) This wonderful feature (tm) disappears
> in 2.2.12.
> If you are quietly wondering why don't I just use the 2.2.12
> kernel I just presumably built to fix the problem... well,
> I'll let you wonder about that for a while longer :) But
> never fear, I am using it right now (analysis must go on!)
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