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-- MichaelSparks - 05 Jul 2003

Thanks for contributing this. I updated the BugReport topic accordingly and disabled the form on this page.

-- PeterThoeny - 27 Jul 2003

I made some minor updates to BugReport - removed the kernel details from the OS example, since I don't think this matters (installing a new kernel within a RedHat distro wouldn't make any difference to the Apache, Perl and tools versions), and took out the default on Perl version (I'd rather have no information than a default that may be wrong). Hope that's OK.

-- RichardDonkin - 28 Jul 2003

If people were having issues with Zeus web server for example, then knowing the OS version in full (including kernel) is a sensible thing. In some cases the web server is in the kernel (khttpd, tux) and in those cases it's appropriate. There were similar plans at least for putting major parts of IIS into the Windows kernel. (Not saying it should go back in, but sometimes things that shouldn't affect performance matter. After all changes to the way the TCP stack is handled in the 2.4 kernel for example quite dramatically affect the way programs like Zeus operate - in a highly beneficial manner. (And if you're running linux and worried about SCO you can argue that downgrading to 2.2 would be a good idea, and then you'd get a performance hit)

Likewise people running with different XP service packs (which I presume would mean the equivalent of a different kernel) run into different sorts of issues. It's for these sorts of reasons the major Linux vendors which provide paid support really, really, really dislike supporting systems running on random kernels/kernel versions.

-- MichaelSparks - 28 Jul 2003

The Kernel version is a minor detail, most users won't enter it anyway. Nevertheless I added it back for those who do smile

-- PeterThoeny - 31 Jul 2003

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