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Or maybe they used a Fedora kernel :)
They used vanialla kernel
Posted Mar 4, 2011 21:38 UTC (Fri) by khim (subscriber, #9252)
Posted Mar 4, 2011 21:51 UTC (Fri) by foom (subscriber, #14868)
But wait...RedHat is going to do that by making it hard for Oracle to steal RedHat's kernel changes? Which Oracle wasn't doing anyways...Errrrrrr, what?
PS: what's up with Oracle's kernel, anyways? Their git tree doesn't seem to have been updated in ages:
Posted Mar 4, 2011 22:23 UTC (Fri) by jengelh (subscriber, #33263)
Are you surprised? Ever since the acquisition thing, everything has practically come to a halt. Last entry of onnv (below) is just about the same timeframe unbreakable.git stopped being updated.
date: Wed Aug 18 15:52:48 2010 -0600
summary: 6973228 Cannot download firmware 2.103.x.x on Emulex FCoE HBAs
Posted Mar 4, 2011 22:11 UTC (Fri) by quotemstr (subscriber, #45331)
Posted Mar 4, 2011 23:23 UTC (Fri) by ESRI (guest, #52806)
The risk is whether or not Nexenta and the Illumos folks have the resources to support development of drivers for newer hardware going forward... and whether or not they can count on Oracle doing Solaris source code dumps periodically to either re-base or cherry pick...
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