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Re: Forthcoming FC4 kernel update, more testing required.



On Fri, Sep 23, 2005 at 10:34:29PM -0400, Jim Cornette wrote:
 
 > What is the best way to narrow down bug reports for particular kernel 
 > versions and distribution versions?
 > 
 >    This list is too long for Bugzilla's little mind; the
 >    Next/Prev/First/Last buttons won't appear on individual bugs.
 > 
 > 2172 bugs found.
 
Heh, that must be every kernel bug across every release we have open.
If you click the advanced tab in the search page, you can narrow
it down to a specific release.

For the curious, here's how the kernel bugcount across fedora
releases has looked the last few weeks..


      | FC3 | FC4 |devel|
------+-----+-----+-----+
Jul29 | 616 | 256 | 170 |
Aug06 | 585 | 261 | 165 |
Aug14 | 580 | 275 | 171 |
Aug26 | 559 | 294 | 177 |
Aug29 | 555 | 278 | 174 | <- FC3/FC4 kernel minor update.
Sep 5 | 552 | 303 | 173 |
Sep10 | 550 | 311 | 178 |
Sep16 | 547 | 323 | 182 |
Sep23 | 543 | 322 | 182 | <- FC3/FC4 kernel minor update.


The obvious trend here is that FC3 bugs are dropping off,
whilst FC4 is increasing.

Given that they're both pretty much the same kernel, my
guess is that more people are starting to migrate over
from FC3 as it nears its end of life.

		Dave


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