(In reply to Martin Wilck from comment #19) > I didn't make myself clear. That "real KMP" I talked about would not trigger > the rebuild. It would rather rely on KABI, like real KMPs do. If the KABI > changes, the "real KMP" would need to be rebuilt. I'd hope that wouldn't > happen too often, at least not on Leap. We do not check kABI in Leap kernel branches like we do in SLE but as openSUSE-15.2 shares the codebase (same tarball and patches) with SLE15-SP2, the risk of breaking kABI in a way that would cause trouble is relatively low. It would have to be a kABI breakage that would only manifest in parts of the code which are built in openSUSE-15.2 but not SLE15-SP2.