wounded in the line of duty
For RHEL5, you can find newer kernels at: http://people.redhat.com/jwilson/el5/
However, for RHEL6, Red Hat stopped providing future kernels because of the competition from Oracle and Canonical. Red Hat invests a lot of money in backporting drivers and functionality to their Enterprise kernels.
The RHEL6 kernels were available previously at: http://people.redhat.com/arozansk/el6/
But being able to track those versions would make it easier to isolate individual patches :-/ I regret this decision, even though I understand Red Hat to protect their business. In the past this helped me bisect problems before they would be released and ship in production.
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