Kernel 188.8.131.52 64bit Crash/Hung
greg at kroah.com
Tue Jan 27 09:34:35 EST 2015
On Tue, Jan 27, 2015 at 03:52:05AM +0000, Giridhara RP (grp) wrote:
> Hi Greg,
> Thanks for the quick turnaround. Which is the stable version? Kernel
> 184.108.40.206 was used in RHEL 6.2 and we thought this kernel version is
What do you mean by "stable"?
Yes, it is "stable" if you have hardware that you bought before that
kernel was released, and you know how to support a kernel on your own,
but if you are doing this with newer hardware (as it seems you are), you
need to use a much newer kernel.
Again, the community can not help you out when you run old kernels like
this, only a company that you pay support to can (like Red Hat, if you
want to use their kernels, great, they will support you and you will pay
So I strongly suggest, if you are doing this on your own, to use the
3.18 kernel release.
Best of luck,
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