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SubjectRe: 2.0.29 is it time to upgrade?
> On 30 Nov, Shaleh wrote:
> > I am running 2.0.29 on my home workstation. It is a Cyrix 150+ w/ 64m
> > of RAM and IDE drives. I have a new cd-rom and a soundblaster card. Is
> > there any reason for me to upgrade to a .3x kernel? Or is my .29 a good
> > kernel for me? I have been running it for a few months now and all
> > seems well.
> If it ain't broke don't fix it...

Although this is, indeed, a good policy, the .29 -> .30 change was a
significant step for the networking code. Why not give .32 a try, but
keep .29 around in case it causes you problems?

Now, granted, unless you're running a server of some kind, you're not
going to see any particular performance boost in networking...

Chris Powell
Christopher Powell Brick and Ivy Corporate Consulting
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