Now that I have 2 Renegades up and running I am preparing to move them into their final, production, role replacing 2 older RPi’s as controller nodes for my org’s NAS. The 2 units are running the Raspbian images and I have them up to date with the 6.0.10-00438-ga879bb580485 kernel. My question is what kernel should I stick with before leaving these units basically at a “kernel freeze” once they are in production. From the kernel lists it appears that 6.1 is on track to be released on Dec. 11th, but that version is likely to be the first to introduce Rust into the kernel. So should I stick with 6.0.10 and let these units run with that for at least a year (barring unforeseen issues) or wait for the 6.1.x branch to come out? I am not really a fan of running a dot 0 version of anything in production, but since Linus says that version numbers don’t really mean much any more I was thinking that maybe 6.0.10 was a good stopping point before Rust gets included in the kernel to prevent that code from causing any weird anomalies. Any thoughts or suggestions on this?