My tiny laptop has worked rather well so far, but I’ve decided, due to some unexplained problems, to upgrade it to a newer version of kernel, aka 184.108.40.206.
Based on my own blog’s entry (what good are blogs if not to hold some long forgotten knowledge?), which can be found here, I’ve upgraded my kernel and used the following config file config-220.127.116.11.txt.
One thing which I’ve had to do, maybe due to some upgrade of mkinitrd tools, or the likes, and it took me one misserable hibernation and restore (or a failed restore) to discover was to add the line “echo >/proc/suspend2/do_resume” to /usr/share/initrd-tools/linuxrc (my exact file is linuxrc.txt), so that the system would actually restore from hibernation. Now it works correctly.
On another issue, I’ve been asked to advise during Oracle DB installation on Linux setup, with High Availability solution. Although, long time ago, I’ve installed Oracle on both Solaris and Windows (without fine-tuniing it, anyhow), I’ve started searching the net, and came to the following link. The documents linked there are worth their weight in gold and diamonds. I’ll be testing them in the next few days, for my own personal advantage, but I think it’s gonna succeed, and as it seems the place for such issues, I can only put my thumb up for such sites and information sources on the web. It reminds me of the good in it. I was very impressed.