lou at paprikash.com
Wed May 22 14:52:28 UTC 2013
My doofy take on CentOS: it's like Fedora except that packages don't get
updated in a timely fashion, so you're lucky if your MySQL package is no
more than a year old. Fedora tends to be much quicker on the updated
> Company I work for is currently using SLES but looks like new builds will be Centos for non-critical. Looking at their website support/ticketing perspective I don't get a warm fuzzy. I believe it's RH w/out the $$ cost or support. I think Openlogic is the 3rd party vendor support we are going with. Would appreciate input from anyone using Centos good bad or indifferent.
> Roger Sheldon
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