Installation with Fedora 10
ajcartmell at fonant.com
Sat Dec 27 19:49:38 GMT 2008
> And I share the sentiment that using Fedora for production servers makes
> no sense to me.
Each to his own! As you know, using Fedora for production servers makes
perfect sense to me :) My systems require more recent packages of most
things than are found in CentOS. The thing I upgrade most often is
MailScanner, which works very nicely for production servers :)
Note that RHEL and CentOS also release new point-release versions every
six months or so, as more up-to-date stuff filters through from Fedora.
Anyway, the choice of running old software for a long time with patches or
upgrading to current stable versions with fewer patches will depend on
what type of server you're running and what software requirements you have.
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