[CentOS] What's Next

Fri May 19 00:20:18 UTC 2017
Phil Manuel <phil at zomojo.com>


At the time of testing support for the Ryzen CPU was added in February of
this year. This kernel was used for testing.and we usually build them as


On Thu, 18 May 2017 at 22:24 Eugene Poole <etpoole60 at comcast.net> wrote:

> I read somewhere that the PCIe issue is indicative of some other
> hardware (PCIe SSD; etc) not working correctly.
> Also, the 4.10 kernel is not the kernel out of the box.  In a
> environment with 10 or more servers do you really want a custom kernel?
> How do you maintain all of these custom kernels (i.e. is a different
> kernel required for a HP Gen 8 server different than a HP Gen 9
> server?)? I've learned my lesson from using the FOSS HPLIP HP printer
> driver - every time the kernel is updated you have to re-install the
> driver...
> --
> Eugene Poole
> Woodstock, Georgia
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