[CentOS] Does Red Hat care about kernel bugs in CentOS?
maze at cela.pl
Wed Sep 14 23:01:04 UTC 2005
> In the course of troubleshooting a netfilter problem, I've run into a
> scenario where I can reliably generate an oops with the netfilter module(s).
> I generally like perusing the bugs on Red Hat's bugzilla system because I can
> usually find solutions or patches to issues I encounter there. In this case,
> I couldn't. What do CentOS users do when they discover bugs? Will Red Hat
> consider it? Do I file it against "Red Hat Enterprise 3" if I'm running
> CentOS 3.5? I'm concerned if things like System.map, etc. don't match
> between the RHEL kernel and the CentOS kernel.
> Any suggestions?
I guess the best would be to get an actual RHEL3 system to test on and get
the oops to appear - if the oops is reproducable this shouldn't be that
hard to do. Possibly just post the method to the list and maybe someone
else with a RHEL3 system will take care of it?
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