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Old 06-04-2008, 12:24 PM
"Israel Garcia"
 
Default fedora on production enviroment

Hi everybody, I have to migrate several users from productions serves
to a ldap server.. I have some questions?

1. Is fedora-ds ready and stable to work on productions servers?
2. If you have to do this migration of users, do you think in
fedora-ds as a ldap server or think in another directory services?

thanks in advance
Regards;
Israel Garcia

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Old 06-06-2008, 09:52 PM
"Ivan Ferreira"
 
Default fedora on production enviroment

1. Is fedora-ds ready and stable to work on productions servers?

In my oppinion, yes. I use it for most production users, but I keep some
critical users local, such the users used by applications to start
services, take oracle as one example.

2. If you have to do this migration of users, do you think in fedora-ds as
a ldap server or think in another directory services?

I would consider Fedora o Red Hat directory server and SUN Directory
Server.






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Hi everybody, I have to migrate several users from productions serves
to a ldap server.. I have some questions?

1. Is fedora-ds ready and stable to work on productions servers?
2. If you have to do this migration of users, do you think in
fedora-ds as a ldap server or think in another directory services?

thanks in advance
Regards;
Israel Garcia

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