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Re: Fedora Core brevity vs server upgrades



On Tuesday 26 April 2005 18:32, rado wrote:
 
>
> I saw remarks by Alexander Dalloz and others whom I respect all
> greatly. They seemed to instill in me that just because the core
> is released does not mean that there are above avg problems w/it
> right then. The main public (not just the testers) get a hold of
> it and bugzilla gets it's share of activity. Given all this, when
> you think is ideal time to upgrade??? Do it right away...wait a
> couple months...when???
>

I don't think there's a "one size fits all" answer to your question.  
The best  suggestion I can give you is to follow a release right 
from the start.  That is, jump in to the testing phase at some 
point with a spare computer, follow the discussion on the 
fedora-test list and poke at the system to see what problems you 
can find.  This will give you a good feeling for quality of the 
software.  At some point, probably after the "official release" 
you'll be comfortable with the system enough to know if it's ready 
for your own "production" usage.

Regards, Mike Klinke
 


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