I was thinking about the one you charge for... I wouldn't use FCn for production on a bet. I was thinking of my RHEL AS3.0 vs. kernel.org, which are kernels stable enough for commercial use."4KSTACKS" already is present in the module version string.
And Fedora is shipping now with 4k stacks, so presumably any disasters
are relatively uncommon...
Fedora and kernel.org have a lot of unshared bugs and features,
unfortunately. I take that information as an encouraging proof of concept,
not a waranty that the kernel.org code will behave in a similar way.
Hey! That's slander of title! :-)
Seriously the difference between the Fedora Core 2 kernel and the
matching kernel.org kernel aren't THAT big. The 4g/4g split patch being
the biggest delta.