"J├│hann B. Gu├░mundsson" johannbg at
Fri Feb 10 19:30:31 UTC 2012

On 02/10/2012 07:07 PM, Scott Doty wrote:
> I know the sense of many folks using Fedora is that it isn't appropriate
> for production systems -- but despite this, I've used it in production
> servers since FC1, and I'm not displeased with the results.
> Does anyone else use Fedora on production servers?

I've run it on production servers with no problems et all ( minimal 
install + required service(s) ) through 13months then done fresh minimal 
installs and migrated the services over too that. ( Never upgraded those 
servers )

Personally I think Fedora is in a unique position to act as the free 
alternative LTS to RHEL that users demand for since RHEL is downstream 
to us.

We would not for example be bit by any future RHEL business decision 
like Centos and other RHEL clones were.

People just need to sit down,discuss and come up with a proposal on how 
Fedora LTS should be and present that proposal to the community for 
feedback and maybe contact the "clones" to see if they would not rather 
participate in a such effort then chasing RHEL...


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