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SubjectRe: Terrible VM in 2.4.11+?
On Wed, 10 Jul 2002, Thomas Tonino wrote:

>...
> So we're going with 2.4.19-pre9-aa2 for now. I don't yet understand the
> -aa series, for example how 2.4.19-rc1-aa1 would relate to
> 2.4.19-pre9-aa2, so I'm a bit wary of just upgrading in the -aa series
> right now.

The -aa patches are usually against the most recent 2.4 kernel (they are
usually only available against one specific kernel), IOW the following are
increasing version numbers:

2.4.18-aa1
2.4.18-pre8-aa1
2.4.19-pre9-aa1
2.4.19-pre9-aa2
2.4.19-rc1-aa1 (rc = "release candidate")
2.4.19-aa1
2.4.20-pre1-aa1

> Thomas

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Adrian

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