If you were using two processes then I'd cheerily blame the
scheduler. Because blaming the scheduler for WeirdShitWhichBroke
is usually correct.
-- Andrew Morton
The Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6 kernel includes numerous subsystems and enhancements from 2.6.34, as well as its predecessor versions. As a result, the Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6 kernel cannot be simply labeled as any particular upstream version. Rather, the Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6 kernel is a hybrid of the latest several kernel versions. And, as Red Hat provides regular updates over the lifecycle of the product, we expect that the Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6 kernel will incorporate selected features from future upstream kernels that have yet to be developed.
-- Red Hat Enterprise Linux Team
My problem is I'm incredibly busy at the moment, and I've
already done Ubuntu a huge favor by spending ten minutes to do a
quickie investigation. Ubuntu needs to learn that it can't rely on
upstream developers to jump through flaming hoops on short notice
before a LTS release deadline as a cost-saving mechanism to avoid
hiring their own senior kernel engineers.
Talk about high level designs rarely gets any traction, and often
goes nowhere. Give us an example implementation so there is
something concrete for us to sink our teeth into.
-- David Miller
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