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Old 02-14-2020, 05:14 AM   #1
bmor
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kernel 4.x lt for production on centos


Hi

What is the recommended Linux kernel 4 long term for production usage?
Show I go for 4.4 , 4.14 or 4.19 ?
elrepo for long term kernel contains only kernel 4.4 (for rpms)

Does 4.4 contain all the bpf new features?
Gregg blogs mention that 4.9+ contains more additional probes for ebpf.

please advice

thanks

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