On Fri, 2008-01-25 at 11:27 -0800, Belinda Lawson wrote:
> My kernel version was reporting 184.108.40.206vs220.127.116.11, which, he said,
> means I've got 18.104.22.168, which is a bit old but at least has the
> VIRT_MEM flag I was desperately needing.
> Thanks you guys for answering my questions and salvaging my week!
> It's going much better now...
at first i too thought i should tell you "try uname -a". but then i
thought that as you know how to patch a kernel you must know that
moreover, the kernel version shown by "uname -a" can be altered as one
wishes. example outputs of my servers:
older kernels still lurking in some server's /boot
so using vserver-info seems to be the correct way to optain such info,
at least if my "findings" are correct. can anyone (herbert?) confirm
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