Determining latest stable release.
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- To: linux-rt-users@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
- Subject: Determining latest stable release.
- From: Robert Barrows <Robert.Barrows@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Tue, 27 Mar 2012 15:59:31 -0500
- In-reply-to: <CAOHJ0jTVxzgfBK=GSEr14YrpFZEqFE_qDqftaUgGWDgm344NNg@mail.gmail.com>
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Does the PREEMPT_RT patch have a method of determining latest stable
I notice that 3.0.35 goes up to rt44 was declared a stable release but
so was rt43
Now 3.2.12 goes up to rt22, and that was updated March 23rd with 3.0.35-rt44.
Is there a reason to think that 3.0.35-rt44 is more stable than 3.2.12-rt22?
The real question is: is there a rule of thumb on how you would choose
a rt patched kernel for a production machine?
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