Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 452129
memory mapped files not updating timestamps
Last modified: 2012-01-05 22:08:10 EST
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Can someone provide feedback to Peter so we can push this in or out?
Event posted on 01-20-2010 04:05pm EST by jrfuller
I discussed this within GS and the have a third-party application that
cannot be deployed on RHEL 5 due to this issue. I will give them the
latest test kernel to confirm that application works. I should have early
next week at the latest.
What is the best 5.5 kernel to hand them?
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The changes aren't in any RHEL-5.5 kernels yet. I have been waiting
for feedback from a real customer to indicate that the changes will
address as much of the problem as they need solved.
Perhaps James Leddy can respond with a pointer to a suitable kernel.
This patch appears to work for the customer with a real-world issue they have.
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