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Re: Possibility of getting openvz problem included in stable?

Hi Ben

Sorry. My mistake. I looked only at the stable release, not the stable-security release. If I look into the correct one, yes then it is quite obvious.

However I have one additional question as I do not know the process you work with in the kernel team fully. When you update to a newer version of the kernel package, how do you handle openvz in that case? I assume you use the same kernel patch as before, but how do that differ from this case. Or do you mean that the one I referred to was to some other track than the openvz track? In that case, I'm sorry, I did not understand that.

Best regards,

/ /Ola

Quoting "Ben Hutchings" <ben@decadent.org.uk>:
On Mon, 2011-06-20 at 15:00 +0200, Ola Lundqvist wrote:
Hi Maks and Kir

Kir: Some updated statement from Maks.

Maks: I think one reason for not updating is that the version in
Debian stable is usually not updated. So it is hard to tell what
revision the Debian kernel team is regarding stable updates.

It is very easy: you look at the changelog.

If you don't want to get the whole package then see:


Ben Hutchings
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