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Re: are you using Fedora in a production environment?

We have a couple of small but critical linux environments that needed
custom kernels
On the environment using enterprise it is a bit inconvenient but
On the other environment we went with Fedora because the bleeding edge
mods it uses
are much more difficult to build otherwise. As these mods become more
mainstream I am
sure that we will start to unify on enterprise again. The specification
of 'production use'
in your question is intriguing. I would have to say that fedora is very
attractive for early development,
which could lend itself to more situations in the future where bleeding
edge kernel mods are discovered
and considered important for production use.

<><Randall Grimshaw
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Syracuse University
Syracuse, NY   13244
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>>> mspevack redhat com 10/26/2006 1:29:45 PM >>>
Are you using Fedora in a production or live enviornment?  Are you
large deployments of Fedora, in some sort of "critical" capacity?  Do
know someone who is, and will you forward this email to them?

If you are, I want to hear all about it.  I'm trying to gather data for

some Fedora myth-busting exercises, and also to inform some of our 
decision making for Fedora 7.

What's your setup like?

What is it about Fedora that made you choose to use it, as opposed to 
something else?

What works well for you?

What could be better?

etc, etc.  Anything you care to share with me.

Reply on-list, reply to me directly, whatever works best for you.


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