[CentOS] 7.2 kernel panic on boot

Sat Dec 5 22:07:43 UTC 2015
Greg Lindahl <lindahl at pbm.com>

> > The first is "7.1.1503" and has 895 results, and they aren't html
> > pages, they're things like directories containing that string.
> > 
> > The second is strings like "7 (1503)", and has 1,700+ results, and
> > they are the html pages.
> > 
> Puppet, Chef, Ansible and the other CFG Management systems work with the
> current numbering system like it is now, we have no intention of
> changing it ever again.

I'm suggesting that you use 7.1.1503 instead of 7 (1503) *on the
website*. I don't think that Puppet, Chef, Ansible, or any other
configuration management system parses webpages. They look at things
like /etc/centos-release, which is 7.1.1503, and I think that's fine.

I am not suggesting that you revert to 7.1.

> The CentOS-7 Base OS is still there, it is free for anyone to use, it is
> being maintained as always.  If you don't want to use it, great.  That
> is your choice.

CentOS: love it or leave it! My new employer uses Debian for their
large cluster.

-- greg