system environment/kernel

kernel-debug - The Linux kernel compiled with extra debugging enabled

Website: http://www.kernel.org/
License: GPLv2
Vendor: Scientific Linux
Description:
The kernel package contains the Linux kernel (vmlinuz), the core of any
Linux operating system.  The kernel handles the basic functions
of the operating system:  memory allocation, process allocation, device
input and output, etc.

This variant of the kernel has numerous debugging options enabled.
It should only be installed when trying to gather additional information
on kernel bugs, as some of these options impact performance noticably.

Packages

kernel-debug-3.10.0-1062.4.1.el7.x86_64 [51.8 MiB] Changelog by Scientific Linux Auto Patch Process (2019-10-16):
- Added Source: genkey.patch
-->  Debrand certs
- Ran Regex: Red Hat Enterprise => Scientific
-->  This RPM shouldn't say it is upstream's product
- Added Source: debrand_taint_cpu.patch
-->  Rename RHEL7 to SL7
- Added Source: sl-ldup.x509
-->  The FNAL SL signing certificate for driver updates
- Added Source: kernel-spec_use_our_keys.patch
-->  Remove the TUV keys and sign with ours
- Added Source: kernel.ini
-->  Config file for automated patch script
- Added Source: sl-kpatch.x509
-->  The FNAL SL signing certificate for kpatch updates
- Added Source: fnal-sl.cer
-->  The FNAL SL signing certificate
- Added Source: kernel-spec_debrand_taint_cpu.patch
-->  Apply our debrand patch
kernel-debug-3.10.0-1062.1.2.el7.x86_64 [51.8 MiB] Changelog by Scientific Linux Auto Patch Process (2019-09-20):
- Added Source: genkey.patch
-->  Debrand certs
- Ran Regex: Red Hat Enterprise => Scientific
-->  This RPM shouldn't say it is upstream's product
- Added Source: debrand_taint_cpu.patch
-->  Rename RHEL7 to SL7
- Added Source: sl-ldup.x509
-->  The FNAL SL signing certificate for driver updates
- Added Source: kernel-spec_use_our_keys.patch
-->  Remove the TUV keys and sign with ours
- Added Source: kernel.ini
-->  Config file for automated patch script
- Added Source: sl-kpatch.x509
-->  The FNAL SL signing certificate for kpatch updates
- Added Source: fnal-sl.cer
-->  The FNAL SL signing certificate
- Added Source: kernel-spec_debrand_taint_cpu.patch
-->  Apply our debrand patch
kernel-debug-3.10.0-1062.1.1.el7.x86_64 [51.8 MiB] Changelog by Scientific Linux Auto Patch Process (2019-09-03):
- Added Source: genkey.patch
-->  Debrand certs
- Ran Regex: Red Hat Enterprise => Scientific
-->  This RPM shouldn't say it is upstream's product
- Added Source: debrand_taint_cpu.patch
-->  Rename RHEL7 to SL7
- Added Source: sl-ldup.x509
-->  The FNAL SL signing certificate for driver updates
- Added Source: kernel-spec_use_our_keys.patch
-->  Remove the TUV keys and sign with ours
- Added Source: kernel.ini
-->  Config file for automated patch script
- Added Source: sl-kpatch.x509
-->  The FNAL SL signing certificate for kpatch updates
- Added Source: fnal-sl.cer
-->  The FNAL SL signing certificate
- Added Source: kernel-spec_debrand_taint_cpu.patch
-->  Apply our debrand patch
kernel-debug-3.10.0-1062.el7.x86_64 [51.8 MiB] Changelog by Scientific Linux Auto Patch Process (2019-08-06):
- Added Source: genkey.patch
-->  Debrand certs
- Ran Regex: Red Hat Enterprise => Scientific
-->  This RPM shouldn't say it is upstream's product
- Added Source: debrand_taint_cpu.patch
-->  Rename RHEL7 to SL7
- Added Source: sl-ldup.x509
-->  The FNAL SL signing certificate for driver updates
- Added Source: kernel-spec_use_our_keys.patch
-->  Remove the TUV keys and sign with ours
- Added Source: kernel.ini
-->  Config file for automated patch script
- Added Source: sl-kpatch.x509
-->  The FNAL SL signing certificate for kpatch updates
- Added Source: fnal-sl.cer
-->  The FNAL SL signing certificate
- Added Source: kernel-spec_debrand_taint_cpu.patch
-->  Apply our debrand patch
kernel-debug-3.10.0-957.27.2.el7.x86_64 [50.2 MiB] Changelog by Scientific Linux Auto Patch Process (2019-07-29):
- Added Source: genkey.patch
-->  Debrand certs
- Ran Regex: Red Hat Enterprise => Scientific
-->  This RPM shouldn't say it is upstream's product
- Added Source: debrand_taint_cpu.patch
-->  Rename RHEL7 to SL7
- Added Source: sl-ldup.x509
-->  The FNAL SL signing certificate for driver updates
- Added Source: kernel-spec_use_our_keys.patch
-->  Remove the TUV keys and sign with ours
- Added Source: kernel.ini
-->  Config file for automated patch script
- Added Source: sl-kpatch.x509
-->  The FNAL SL signing certificate for kpatch updates
- Added Source: fnal-sl.cer
-->  The FNAL SL signing certificate
- Added Source: kernel-spec_debrand_taint_cpu.patch
-->  Apply our debrand patch
kernel-debug-3.10.0-957.21.3.el7.x86_64 [50.1 MiB] Changelog by Scientific Linux Auto Patch Process (2019-06-17):
- Added Source: genkey.patch
-->  Debrand certs
- Ran Regex: Red Hat Enterprise => Scientific
-->  This RPM shouldn't say it is upstream's product
- Added Source: debrand_taint_cpu.patch
-->  Rename RHEL7 to SL7
- Added Source: sl-ldup.x509
-->  The FNAL SL signing certificate for driver updates
- Added Source: kernel-spec_use_our_keys.patch
-->  Remove the TUV keys and sign with ours
- Added Source: kernel.ini
-->  Config file for automated patch script
- Added Source: sl-kpatch.x509
-->  The FNAL SL signing certificate for kpatch updates
- Added Source: fnal-sl.cer
-->  The FNAL SL signing certificate
- Added Source: kernel-spec_debrand_taint_cpu.patch
-->  Apply our debrand patch
kernel-debug-3.10.0-957.12.2.el7.x86_64 [50.1 MiB] Changelog by Scientific Linux Auto Patch Process (2019-05-14):
- Added Source: genkey.patch
-->  Debrand certs
- Ran Regex: Red Hat Enterprise => Scientific
-->  This RPM shouldn't say it is upstream's product
- Added Source: debrand_taint_cpu.patch
-->  Rename RHEL7 to SL7
- Added Source: sl-ldup.x509
-->  The FNAL SL signing certificate for driver updates
- Added Source: kernel-spec_use_our_keys.patch
-->  Remove the TUV keys and sign with ours
- Added Source: kernel.ini
-->  Config file for automated patch script
- Added Source: sl-kpatch.x509
-->  The FNAL SL signing certificate for kpatch updates
- Added Source: fnal-sl.cer
-->  The FNAL SL signing certificate
- Added Source: kernel-spec_debrand_taint_cpu.patch
-->  Apply our debrand patch
kernel-debug-3.10.0-957.12.1.el7.x86_64 [50.1 MiB] Changelog by Scientific Linux Auto Patch Process (2019-04-23):
- Added Source: genkey.patch
-->  Debrand certs
- Ran Regex: Red Hat Enterprise => Scientific
-->  This RPM shouldn't say it is upstream's product
- Added Source: debrand_taint_cpu.patch
-->  Rename RHEL7 to SL7
- Added Source: sl-ldup.x509
-->  The FNAL SL signing certificate for driver updates
- Added Source: kernel-spec_use_our_keys.patch
-->  Remove the TUV keys and sign with ours
- Added Source: kernel.ini
-->  Config file for automated patch script
- Added Source: sl-kpatch.x509
-->  The FNAL SL signing certificate for kpatch updates
- Added Source: fnal-sl.cer
-->  The FNAL SL signing certificate
- Added Source: kernel-spec_debrand_taint_cpu.patch
-->  Apply our debrand patch
kernel-debug-3.10.0-957.10.1.el7.x86_64 [50.1 MiB] Changelog by Scientific Linux Auto Patch Process (2019-03-12):
- Added Source: genkey.patch
-->  Debrand certs
- Ran Regex: Red Hat Enterprise => Scientific
-->  This RPM shouldn't say it is upstream's product
- Added Source: debrand_taint_cpu.patch
-->  Rename RHEL7 to SL7
- Added Source: sl-ldup.x509
-->  The FNAL SL signing certificate for driver updates
- Added Source: kernel-spec_use_our_keys.patch
-->  Remove the TUV keys and sign with ours
- Added Source: kernel.ini
-->  Config file for automated patch script
- Added Source: sl-kpatch.x509
-->  The FNAL SL signing certificate for kpatch updates
- Added Source: fnal-sl.cer
-->  The FNAL SL signing certificate
- Added Source: kernel-spec_debrand_taint_cpu.patch
-->  Apply our debrand patch
kernel-debug-3.10.0-957.5.1.el7.x86_64 [50.1 MiB] Changelog by Scientific Linux Auto Patch Process (2019-01-29):
- Added Source: genkey.patch
-->  Debrand certs
- Ran Regex: Red Hat Enterprise => Scientific
-->  This RPM shouldn't say it is upstream's product
- Added Source: debrand_taint_cpu.patch
-->  Rename RHEL7 to SL7
- Added Source: sl-ldup.x509
-->  The FNAL SL signing certificate for driver updates
- Added Source: kernel-spec_use_our_keys.patch
-->  Remove the TUV keys and sign with ours
- Added Source: kernel.ini
-->  Config file for automated patch script
- Added Source: sl-kpatch.x509
-->  The FNAL SL signing certificate for kpatch updates
- Added Source: fnal-sl.cer
-->  The FNAL SL signing certificate
- Added Source: kernel-spec_debrand_taint_cpu.patch
-->  Apply our debrand patch
kernel-debug-3.10.0-957.1.3.el7.x86_64 [50.1 MiB] Changelog by Scientific Linux Auto Patch Process (2018-11-26):
- Added Source: genkey.patch
-->  Debrand certs
- Ran Regex: Red Hat Enterprise => Scientific
-->  This RPM shouldn't say it is upstream's product
- Added Source: debrand_taint_cpu.patch
-->  Rename RHEL7 to SL7
- Added Source: sl-ldup.x509
-->  The FNAL SL signing certificate for driver updates
- Added Source: kernel-spec_use_our_keys.patch
-->  Remove the TUV keys and sign with ours
- Added Source: kernel.ini
-->  Config file for automated patch script
- Added Source: sl-kpatch.x509
-->  The FNAL SL signing certificate for kpatch updates
- Added Source: fnal-sl.cer
-->  The FNAL SL signing certificate
- Added Source: kernel-spec_debrand_taint_cpu.patch
-->  Apply our debrand patch

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