Fedora 7 Upgrade

Mike McGrath mmcgrath at redhat.com
Sat Jun 9 19:47:39 UTC 2007

Freddie Rosario wrote:
> I agree with Jesse. We should keep to a more stable platform with fewer
> updates for production servers. As far as eating our own dog food. I 
> think
> this is also necessary in order to ensure that we are familiar with 
> the same
> sort of problems that our users face. The happy medium here might be run
> Fedora 7 in a virtual machine and have that available when we want to 
> test a
> feature/service for that OS, but ensure that domain 0 is run by 
> RHEL/CentOS.
> Just my 2 cents. :)

we really can't blanket say "RHEL" "CentOS" or "Fedora".  We have to 
take each task off of its own merit.  Though, in general, for most of 
our Web Apps, RHEL does a great job (for now)  though I suspect in a 
year and a half we'll have a lot more Fedora as RHEL gets longer in the 
tooth :)


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