On Tue, 30 Oct 2001, Aymeric BLAZY wrote:
> >printed from 2.4.11+ ?? Are you really using 2.4.9?
> Well, it's the case. I am running 2.4.9 kernel.
> [root@lvs tmp]# cat /proc/sys/kernel/osrelease
> installed with the kernel updates rpm from ftp.redhat.com/updates/
> The ipvs are compiled separatly from
> using the kernel 2.4.9 rpm source pakcage.
> Why do you think running a 2.4.9 kernel is not a good decision ? Wich
> kernel version can i run then ?
The latest (2.4.13?, 2.4.14pre?). But I still don't use 2.4
in production, so I can't give you the best answer. But if you look
into the 2.4 changelog you will have more information about which
2.4 kernel is better. Information from the kernel mailing list
archives will be helpful.
> Thank you in advance...
> Looking for another oops tracking utily anyway...
Yes, something positively identifying IPVS will be helpful :)
Until then I can accept reports only from latest kernels because the
VM in 2.4.9 is still in suspected state. And the kernel gurus still
need reports from such brave people as you :) Of course, reports
from the latest kernels are preferred.
Julian Anastasov <ja@xxxxxx>