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    Default Ubuntu kernel upgrade via LTSEnablement recommended, but which version?

    I'm upgrading a current ZCS8.0.6/Ubu12LTS server to v8.0.7.

    ZCS 8.0.7's release notes recommend, for Ubuntu 12LTS,

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    If running Ubuntu 12.0.4.x and using kernal series 3.0 through 3.9, it is
    suggested that you upgrade the kernal series to 3.11 for better write
    performance.
    The reference page

    https://wiki.ubuntu.com/Kernel/LTSEnablementStack

    lists available stacks for Quantal, Raring, Saucy & Trusty.

    Which, if any, is specifically recommended for stable operation with 8.0.7?

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    Quote Originally Posted by dar1423 View Post
    I'm upgrading a current ZCS8.0.6/Ubu12LTS server to v8.0.7.

    ZCS 8.0.7's release notes recommend, for Ubuntu 12LTS,


    The reference page

    https://wiki.ubuntu.com/Kernel/LTSEnablementStack

    lists available stacks for Quantal, Raring, Saucy & Trusty.

    Which, if any, is specifically recommended for stable operation with 8.0.7?
    Hi dar1423,

    Take a look https://bugzilla.zimbra.com/show_bug.cgi?id=85308#c5

    ccelis

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