On Wednesday, 11 January 2017 9:55 Richard Brown wrote:
A) is my preferred as it avoids the reasons I explain
below but also
because it is the one that strongest preserves the promise that Leap
is a stable distribution, based on SLE, using LTS kernels, kABI
compatibility, that doesn't take risks in the name of shiny new things
(we have Tumbleweed for that)
For the record: option A, i.e. SLE12-SP3 based kernel, would not
preserve kABI on upgrade from openSUSE-42.2. kABI is only preserved on
maintenance updates, not when switching to new service pack.
On the other hand, the risk of regressions would certainly be much lower
than on switch to something like 4.9.
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