Assume we have this system with a choice of kernels at boot time (for 
instance, between 2.6.18, 2.6.18-128.el5, and 2.6.18-grsec).  Do we need to do 
multiple LTTng builds?  For some packages only, maybe (e.g., lttng-modules)?  
If so, can they cohabit without trouble, or will we need to run some sort of 
LTTng-fixing script every time we switch kernels?

Daniel U. Thibault, M.Sc.²

Informaticien scientifique, CME-PSC, Centre de recherches de Valcartier
Recherche et développement pour la défense Canada / Gouvernement du Canada
daniel.thiba...@drdc-rddc.gc.ca / Tél: 418-844-4000x4245 Téléc: 418-844-4538
daniel.thiba...@forces.gc.ca / Tél: 418-844-4000x4245 Téléc: 418-844-4538

Computer Scientist, MCCS-SPC, Valcartier Research Centre 
Defence Research and Development Canada / Government of Canada
daniel.thiba...@drdc-rddc.gc.ca / Tel: 418-844-4000x4245 Fax: 418-844-4538
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