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SubjectRe: most stable 2.2.x kernel?
Brian wrote:
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On Fri, 14 May 1999, Brian wrote:
> What is the most stable 2.2.x kernel out their for production use? I
> moved from 2.0.35 to 2.2.8 and had major crashes on about half dozen
> systems. I backed down to 2.2.7-ac4 (I wanted the >1024 descriptors), and
> had one crash so far.
FWIW, I have been running 2.2.5 on my big production db/web/file/mail
server for (checks) 39 days without kernel problems. Userland is another
issue.

I'm also running 2.2.7 without problems on several systems. 2.2.8 and
above seem to be a bad idea to have on production systems at this point.


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