RE: [Users] New Kernel Patch

2010-01-16 Thread Dietmar Maurer
What does that mean? Well as is obvious to you, as time passes, the number of distributions that are appropriate to use as an OpenVZ host node is reduced... and it appears that RHEL and CentOS truly are the best distros to recommend for the host node. As the type of fanboy I am, that does

Re: [Users] New Kernel Patch

2010-01-16 Thread Michael H. Warfield
On Sat, 2010-01-16 at 09:19 -0500, Scott Dowdle wrote: Suno, - Suno Ano suno@sunoano.org wrote: Currently (January 2010) mainline is in development for the .33 release, .32 is stable and used by most Linux Distributions like for example Debian, Ubuntu, Suse, etc. From what

Re: [Users] New Kernel Patch

2010-01-16 Thread Marco d'Itri
On Jan 16, Scott Dowdle dow...@montanalinux.org wrote: I'm very glad to hear that. Would you recommend that a stock Debian user use your kernel for OpenVZ stuff? If so, I have to wonder how well it would work on the upcoming distro releases that Suno was talking about. Not at all until

RE: [Users] New Kernel Patch

2010-01-16 Thread Dietmar Maurer
I'm very glad to hear that. Would you recommend that a stock Debian user use your kernel for OpenVZ stuff? If so, I have to wonder how well it would work on the upcoming distro releases that Suno was talking about. Not at all until the new RHEL will be released, because modern versions

Re: [Users] New Kernel Patch

2010-01-16 Thread Josip Rodin
On Sat, Jan 16, 2010 at 12:17:19PM +0100, Suno Ano wrote: currently (January 2010) mainline is in development for the .33 release, .32 is stable and used by most Linux Distributions like for example Debian, Ubuntu, Suse, etc. From what it looks now Debian and Ubuntu are going into freeze for

Re: [Users] New Kernel Patch

2010-01-16 Thread Marco d'Itri
On Jan 16, Dietmar Maurer diet...@proxmox.com wrote: Not at all until the new RHEL will be released, because modern versions of udev (like the one in Debian testing/unstable) do not support 2.6.18 kernels. Really, do you have more information on that? The current version of udev requires a

RE: [Users] New Kernel Patch

2010-01-16 Thread Dietmar Maurer
On Jan 16, Dietmar Maurer diet...@proxmox.com wrote: Not at all until the new RHEL will be released, because modern versions of udev (like the one in Debian testing/unstable) do not support 2.6.18 kernels. Really, do you have more information on that? The current version of udev