Oracle UEK kernel on CentOS
> Hello CentOS Guys,
> What do you think about the Oracle Unbreakable Enterprise Kernel?
> Since Release 2 of the UEK Kernel, all updates are available free of
> charge > http://public-yum.oracle.com/
> My questions:
> Does the Oracle UEK kernel really perform better than the default centos
> kernel? Technical advantages and disadvantages?
> Would you use the Oracle UEK Kernel on centos?
Do you understand what OUL is, a modified version of RHEL? And no, I have
grave doubts you could use that kernel with the standard repositories for
CentOS: I'd give you a 95% confidence that trying to update most things
would give you tons of unsatisfied dependencies.
mark "and I wouldn't support Larry Ellison if I have any options"
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