Kir Kolyshkin (k001) wrote in openvz,
Kir Kolyshkin
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2.6.32 is here

Recently we have opened a git repository for 2.6.32 based OpenVZ kernel. The port to 2.6.32 kernel was primarily targeted for the next Debian "Squeeze" release which is due in a few months. The kernel is already there, kudos to Max Attempts

That doesn't mean we forgot users of RPM-based distros. Yesterday we have uploaded the first 2.6.32 release, named after the Soviet/Russian cosmonaut Viktor Afanasyev. Yes, the kernels from 2.6.32 branch will be named after cosmonauts.

Please update your
openvz.repo, enable the 2.6.32 kernel repo, install this kernel and play with it (not on your production machines though).

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