Ядро CL5?
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  1. Christos Panagiotakis
  2. Monday, 21 January 2013
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It's almost 3 months from the latest kernel release and about 2 months that you
taken away the kernel update with securelinks. 
And now with 5.9 release, do you plan a kernel for CL5 with secure links or should we upgrade to hybrid 6?
I didn't see any updates for 5.x for months now.

Just wondering :-)
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  1. 21.01.2013 07:01:45
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Igor Seletskiy Accepted Answer
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We do plan to release CL5 with securelinks. We are waiting for our upstream kernel (openvz) to release new kernel.
  1. 21.01.2013 07:01:39
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So would you recommend waiting for new  CL5 or upgrade to hybrid 6 ?
  1. 21.01.2013 08:01:22
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Igor Seletskiy Accepted Answer
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I plan to switching hybrid from beta to production by the end of Q1. Once that happen -- I will recommend switching to hybrid.
Overall - hybrid is a way to go forward for CL5 systems, as majority of new changes / improvements will be available only in that kernel.
  1. 21.01.2013 08:01:31
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kernow Accepted Answer
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Thanks for the update, that\'s exactly what we have been waiting to hear :)
  1. 23.01.2013 12:01:45
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Sounds like good news for sure. Just like to get the pmem working :)
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