Am 08.01.19 um 23:54 schrieb Joseph D. Wagner:
IIRC, there is major performance degradation (anti-Spectre) in 4.20
will be turned off by default 4.21.
Will it be turned off by default in the 4.20 rebase?
that is mostly reduced with 4.20 to begin with
not even talking that 4.19.x was the badest release in the last 6 years
at all while iptables conntrack is still broken in 4.20.0 and hoepfully
will be fixed with the next updates
franly there where weeks where 3 upstream kernel updates where release
withina wekk and the bullshit of 4.19.x i still not usebale in
production after *13* point releases
> On 2019-01-08 14:31, Justin Forbes wrote:
>> The 4.20 kernel was released just before the end of the year, but the
>> first stable update should be dropping in the next day or two. We
>> have a 4.20 test day scheduled for Tuesday, January 15th. Depending
>> on the results of that test day, Fedora 29 will be rebased very
>> shortly afterwards, followed by F28 approximately a week later. Of
>> course the results of the test day could end up changing this, but it
>> is the current plan.