I don't see 389 server going any where because it's at the core of other Red Hat
supported project's which are built on it. RHDS 9 is EOL in favor of 10 which is just
built on a newer version of 389 server on RHEL 7 as opposed to 6.
Upgrades between versions of 389 server are pretty transparent so the real question is
when will the distribution you are using stop publishing updates for it on the version of
the distribution you are running.
Sent:February 14, 2017 2:21 PM
Subject:[389-users] 389 Roadmap?
I am aware that RHDS9 goes EoL in March. As I understand it, 389 is
effectively upstream of RHDS and thus not directly affected.
However, is there a similar roadmap for 389 please? i.e. is there a
forecast time when yum-upgrade will no longer get the latest patches and
fixes for 389 and a new install/upgrade/migration will be required?
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