Ludovic Courtès <address@hidden
> ezt írta (időpont: 2018. márc. 30., P 18:39):
Thanks for your report. In practice you can safely ignore this test
failure. We had a similar report earlier that this fails on Ubuntu:
Something we should do, though, is to at least skip the test when we
know we’re using a faulty kernel. Currently we already have:
;; XXX: Skip this test when running Linux > 4.7.5 to work around
(when (or (not perform-container-tests?)
(version>? (utsname:release (uname)) "4.7.5"))
Gábor, given what you wrote about Ubuntu’s 4.4 kernel, should we
explicitly flag “4.4.0-116-generic” in a similar way? Would it be
Yes, it seems that would be enough.
We also have this "4.4.0-21-generic" for not x86.
Alternatively we can point Ubuntu users to the LTSEnablementStack.
This provides a 4.8 kernel since 16.04.2. (feb. 2017.)
Thank you both!