Thinking on this a little bit more I think James Simmons has been looking at 
newer Ubuntu versions than 16.04 so he should be able to comment further.

On 2018-04-09, 6:52 AM, "Jones, Peter A" 
<peter.a.jo...@intel.com<mailto:peter.a.jo...@intel.com>> wrote:

Ah sorry about that– I was reading Andreas’s response rather than Riccardo’s 
original request. Thanks for pointing out my error Patrick. In that case we are 
tracking this less closely and the latest that I am aware of is Ubuntu 16 with 
a 4.4 kernel should work for 2.11. This was not an officially supported option 
but I know that some people have used this.

On 2018-04-09, 6:11 AM, "Patrick Farrell" <p...@cray.com<mailto:p...@cray.com>> 
wrote:

Peter,

Unfortunately, Riccardo was asking about server support.

- Patrick

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Subject: Re: [lustre-discuss] latest kernel version supported by Lustre ?

We’re more up to date than that - we have 4.12 client support in 2.10.3 and 
2.11 (see LU-9558). We’re tracking 4.14 client support under LU-10560 and the 
last couple of patches just missed out on 2.11 but should land to master in the 
coming days. Work to track 4.15 is underway under LU-10805. James Simmons may 
well elaborate.




On 2018-04-08, 12:17 PM, "lustre-discuss on behalf of Dilger, Andreas" 
<lustre-discuss-boun...@lists.lustre.org<mailto:lustre-discuss-boun...@lists.lustre.org>
 on behalf of andreas.dil...@intel.com<mailto:andreas.dil...@intel.com>> wrote:

>What version of Lustre?  I think 2.11 clients work with something like 4.8? 
>kernels, while 2.10 works with 4.4?  Sorry, I can't check the specifics right 
>now.
>
>If you need a specific kernel, the best thing to do is try the configure/build 
>step for Lustre with that kernel, and then check Jira/Gerrit for tickets for 
>each build failure you hit.
>
>It may be that there are some unlanded patches that can get you a running 
>client.
>
>Cheers, Andreas
>
>> On Apr 7, 2018, at 09:48, Riccardo Veraldi 
>> <riccardo.vera...@cnaf.infn.it<mailto:riccardo.vera...@cnaf.infn.it>> wrote:
>>
>> Hello,
>>
>> if I would like to use kernel 4.* from elrepo on RHEL74 for the lustre
>> OSSes what is the latest supported kernel 4 version  by Lustre ?
>>
>> thank you
>>
>>
>> Rick
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