Will Langford wrote:
installed it. I've worked with 4.x and 5.0... have yet to experience 5.1.
If you're current with updates, you're on 5.2,
So far I've been very very happy with CentOS in general. My 4.x box got
violated a couple times, even rooted heh
. The 5.0 installation seems to
be doing much better. I've had some issues with getting up to date ant/java
stuff for WowzaMediaServer/Red5, but all in all, I'd say I'm really happy
Here at work, we still use RH9.0 on production servers that go into the
field (not broke, dont fix it). If we ever need to do a major update due to
You can rely on this: it's broken. If security is unimportant, fine.
Otherwise, look at the nearest CentOS.
Just look at the number of updates that come out for any CentOS release,
especially those that hit several releases, for a rough guide on what
volume of updatea you might be missing.
hardware limitations or similar... and a new distro makes sense, it'll be
CentOS (gotta love being the top of decision making hehehe)... it's been
rock solid on my remote machines (other than the poor 4.x box heh).
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