[Snort-users] Kernel for snort
mkettler at ...4108...
Wed Aug 21 12:52:08 EDT 2002
It really shouldn't matter very much for snort which kernel version you
use. Perhaps some slight differences in performance/security..
Personally I favor box security over performance for the box I run snort
on, so personaly I'd try to use the grsecurity kernel patch to randomize
PID's, restrict links and other goodies, or run it off OpenBSD.
If low-drop rate is the most important to you , perhaps some of the
low-latency patches might be helpful, but really we're talking about very,
very minor differences.
I think the best guideline is "pick the kernel which has all the latest
security fixes, and has the best support for your hardware and no major
known bugs." Since your hardware is pretty common/generic, pretty much any
recent kernel should do.
At 01:12 PM 8/21/2002 -0600, hackerwacker wrote:
>I would like to try a new kernel for my Snort box. Here are the stats:
>Intel chip set
>P-III e 1000 mhz
>771 MB memory
>Should I go with current stable (2.4.19) from kernel.org or another version
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