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Author ncoghlan
Recipients Cathy Avery, berker.peksag, gregory.p.smith, kushal.das, ncoghlan, r.david.murray
Date 2017-07-02.13:04:07
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I'm attempting to figure out whether or not we have a buildbot in the Buildbot fleet that will cover this test case.

Based on the pre-merge CI run, it seems Ubuntu 14.04 is too old to include the required kernel headers.

However, it looks like RHEL/CentOS are also currently still missing the userspace changes to fully enable AF_VSOCK support (as the Red Hat backport flow appears to have gone through the dedicated hypervisor variant first):

So it's looking to me like we're going to need either a recent Fedora, a non-LTS Ubuntu, or a Debian 9 system to be confident we have the right headers available.
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