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|Summary:||[RFE] show running kernel version at last check-in|
|Product:||Red Hat Network||Reporter:||Patrick C. F. Ernzer <pcfe>|
|Component:||RHN/Web Site||Assignee:||Bret McMillan <bretm>|
|Status:||CLOSED CURRENTRELEASE||QA Contact:||Jay Turner <jturner>|
|Version:||RHN Stable||CC:||alikins, bretm, cturner, gafton, mihai.ibanescu, robin.norwood, srevivo|
|Fixed In Version:||Doc Type:||Enhancement|
|Doc Text:||Story Points:||---|
|Last Closed:||2002-03-13 12:29:35 EST||Type:||---|
|oVirt Team:||---||RHEL 7.3 requirements from Atomic Host:|
Description Patrick C. F. Ernzer 2002-01-25 08:31:36 EST
It would be nice if the web page could display in the 'System Details' which kernel (as in 'uname -r') was running at the last check-in.
Comment 1 Jay Turner 2002-01-25 11:47:05 EST
This is something which really scares me to think about. I personally would like to avoid storing information about the version of code which is running. To me there is a difference between reporting what code the RPM database says we have installed and reporting the exact version of the kernel which happens to be running.
Comment 2 Patrick C. F. Ernzer 2002-01-28 10:20:33 EST
Hmm, you have a point, but IMHO knowing which kernel is currently running is quite important, especially if there was a security errata to a kernel. I'd rather look up 20 machines in RHN then ssh'ing to 20 machines to check if all machines are running the kernel I expect.
Comment 3 Bret McMillan 2002-03-13 12:29:29 EST
Now showing this (and last boot) on system_details.pxt.
Comment 4 Jay Turner 2002-05-15 10:26:05 EDT
Fix confirmed on live site.