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Re: Email delivery (sendmail->procmail->$HOME/mbox) with fallback



On Mon, 2008-01-07 at 17:02 -0800, Tim Alberts wrote:
> John Summerfield wrote:
> >>>
> >>> Google for terms such as "reliable linux" "high availability linux" 
> >>> "linux cluster" etc for more details.
> >> Google'd and Yahoo'd...seen hundreds of ideas mostly based on 
> >> heartbeat.  In fact I most recently was looking into Red Hat's Global 
> >> File System and clustering:
> >>
> >> http://www.redhat.com/gfs/
> >> http://www.redhat.com/cluster_suite/
> >>
> >> Trying to figure out how Red Hat is accomplishing these things with 
> >> open source, or if they are adding their own proprietary background 
> >> stuff.
> >
> > Look at CentOS. If it's in that (I believe it is) then it's OSS.
> 
> Now completely off topic..I just read a bit on CentOS website.  Am I 
> correct in thinking that they're litterally redistributing what RedHat 
> Enterprise is?  Even their documentation is cut/paste from RedHat with 
> RedHat logo's.  I love the phrase they use 'prominent North American 
> Enterprise Linux vendor'.
> 
> However this seems to answer my question about what RedHat Enterprise 
> really is..all open source.
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