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From /. found this worrisome post by Theodore Ts'o. Turns out ext4 has some journalling problems. How can I quickly find out version numbers of susceptible kernels for this and other bugs?

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You mean like uname -sr? – user13742 Oct 25 '12 at 7:48
@htor : no, this I already know. Seriously :) Would be grateful for any resource that can be scraped/processed to provide a bug->version table. – Deer Hunter Oct 25 '12 at 7:52
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You can track (and submit) kernel bugs in the Kernel Bug Tracker .

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