Sun, 15 Jun 2008 12:23:07 +0200
Alexander Prinsier <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> Debian has planned the release of lenny in September , with it's
> freeze comming in mid July. Will the openvz patch for 2.6.24 be
> considered stable by then? Or is it still highly experimental? What
> are you planning to do with lenny?
> If not stable by then, all debian openvz users would be forced to
> either stick with etch, or use an older version of the kernel with
> lenny. The problem with the second is that there won't be any
> official security support, so I'd like to avoid going that way.
1. Debian Lenny will include 2.6.26, not 2.6.24
2. It's looks like OpenVZ will be included.
3. As I can see 2.6.24 openvz005 is stable enough, so I use it without
problem (and provide pre-built debian packages from my repo).
Alexander GQ Gerasiov
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