That's a vendor issue, not a kernel hacker problem. People pay RH big
money for RHEL and RHEL "enterprise quality" support, and they should be
talking to RH if they don't get it. It's RH's choice to do such
backporting (not that I disagree with their reasons, but it remains their
choice in any case), and their problem to support their choice.
As for users, well, it was the user choice to spend all that money and go
with RHEL. If they aren't happy with the results, maybe they better
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