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On 06/27/2014 11:30 AM, Simo Sorce wrote:
On Thu, 2014-06-26 at 18:51 -0600, Chris Murphy wrote:
> This is largely directed to the WG, as a request to clarify a
> part of the workstation product tech spec. It relates to a thread
> on the anaconda list regarding os-prober, and a thread on this
> list regarding release criteria, both of which are referenced
> I am cross posting to the server@ list as well, while they don't
> have a dual-boot requirement in their spec it stands to reason
> the ability to dual-boot Fedora Server/CentOS/RHEL version n and
> n+1 could come in handy when doing migrations while still having
> a fall back position. Perhaps replies should drop the other cross
> posting since the requirements for the two products are
> different? But I leave up to the person replying to decide.
To be honest I do not see any need whatsoever for multibooting in
the Server case.
So whatever abilities the Workstation WG want will be sufficient
I will second this. Dual-booting is not particularly valuable in our
case. People doing migrations are generally doing staged upgrades in a
testing environment first.
Now, there's certainly an argument to be made for a robust rollback
mechanism, but that's a different topic (and one we will probably
explore with Project Atomic in Fedora 22).
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