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Check if latest kernel is running for custom kernels #37

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giner opened this issue Aug 6, 2014 · 4 comments

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commented Aug 6, 2014

Currently apt-dater-host doesn't check if running kernel is the most recent if it recognized it as a custom kernel. Would be nice if apt-dater-host still produce this check so this would also for such distributions as Proxmox VE where kernel package names look like pve-kernel-$version.

@liske liske added the enhancement label Aug 7, 2014

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@liske liske added this to the apt-dater 1.0.0 milestone Aug 7, 2014

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commented Aug 7, 2014

apt-dater-host is going to use needrestart for the kernel version/restart needed stuff.

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commented Aug 8, 2014

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commented Sep 25, 2014

this is also an issue because apt-dater recognizes the stock kernel of CentOS, OpenSUSE and Ubuntu as a custom kernel

liske added a commit to liske/apt-dater that referenced this issue Oct 23, 2014

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commented Oct 23, 2014

The custom kernel stuff will be dropped in apt-dater >1.0.0 completly. If apt-dater-host is able to run needrestart the kernel flag is based on needrestart's result. The old dection algorith is now obsolete.

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