[Gluster-users] The continuing story ...

Mark Mielke mark at mark.mielke.cc
Fri Sep 11 14:31:52 UTC 2009

On 09/11/2009 02:39 AM, David Saez Padros wrote:
>> I think you have enough data to bug LKML. As Debian is not a 
>> subscription service - personally, I would go right to the experts, 
>> which is LKML or RedHat. Nothing direct against Debian - but in my 
>> memories, I don't recall kernel experts frequently using or being 
>> part of the Debian project. They probably exist - but the best work 
>> on the mainstream kernel on LKML, or get hired by a company such as 
>> RedHat.
> mmm ... in the past doing this will result in .. if you use debian
> post to the debian bugtrack, or update your kernel to the latest version
> or similar things that have no results at all, nevertheless i will try

Trying the latest kernel is probably a valuable as well, although it can 
require rolling up one's sleeves and getting dirty... :-)

If it proves the problem, this can then be brought to Debian as a 
"kernel too old" request?


Mark Mielke<mark at mielke.cc>

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