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RE: [K12OSN] Too upgrade to Fedora Core 2 thats question



Thanks Calvin that helps.  I have Old Compaq Proliant 7000 Dual
Processor 450MHZ PII with a 1.5GB Ram Raid 5 which is the Samba 3 PDC.
All the server does s file and print services, dhcp, and dns.  I have an
imaging server which is very similar except it is Compaq  Proliant 6000
that I can test the an upgrade and see what happens.  If it mess up KDE
I would not cry to much is long as I could fix it some time.

Thanks
-Glenn

-----Original Message-----
From: Calvin Park [mailto:csitech davisny edu] 
Sent: Tuesday, June 22, 2004 2:25 PM
To: Support list for opensource software in schools.
Subject: Re: [K12OSN] Too upgrade to Fedora Core 2 thats question

Currently we're running FC2 in a "pre-production" test server that has
ended up getting some pretty heavy use and is actually running a Jabber
server for internal office IM. At the moment it's also running
Egroupware and Moodle (as well as Apache, PHP, MySQL, etc). It's on an
old PIII 650...and a Compaq at that. :P But, it does run fine, and I
haven't had any problems with FC2 since the install. It's only been up
for 28 days though. We're planning on using FC2 in a few full production
boxes come this fall. So, I have some faith in it. Of course, if my
little pre-production server died this afternoon I would cry all that
much. 

The only real problem I've had with FC2 was when I tried to do an
upgrade from FC1...I had a few issues with KDE on the box that I
upgraded. But I've since just wiped it and done a fresh FC2 install.
Since then I haven't had any problems. So, I'm not sure I'd upgrade a
production box to FC2 at this point, simply because I've had some
trouble with the upgrade. However, I'd certainly plan on phasing in FC2
over FC1 on any box where I could do a fresh install. Hope this helps.

-Calvin

On Tue, 2004-06-22 at 13:59, Glenn Arnold wrote:
> I need to upgrade my Redhat 9 servers to LDAP, so I can configure
samba
> BDCs and off load some of the network authentication traffic off my
> samba PDC. From the instructions I have seen sure seems like it would
be
> easier if I would up grade to Fedora Core 2.  The problem is I have
some
> concerns on the stability of Fedora Core.  Anybody currently using
> Fedora Core in production?  I have ran Fedora core 1 and now 2 on my
> home PC with some quirky problems which eventually get fixed, but in a
> production environment that could cause some big headaches.  Any
> Opinions?
> 
> Thanks
> -Glenn
> 
> 
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Calvin Park
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Computer Services Department
Davis College: A Practical college of Bible and Ministry

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