chevy4x4burb at gmail.com
Fri Dec 2 16:01:10 UTC 2011
I'll have to take a look at SL. I have two verari 1u servers that are
running CentOS from a few years ago when I loaded them. All they do
is a software JBOD with 3 1.5TB HDDs for DVD storage. as well as the
4th 1.5TB HDD is partitioned out and shared as well for user's
personal shares. All of which shared via Samba and automatically
mapped on all workstation on the MS domains via net use script
specified in the AD logon. One of the two 1u's is also providing DHCP
but that was kind of an after thought.
I have been thinking of switching it over to Ubuntu Server Edition as
I have switched our mail, web, and public DNS servers over already.
On Fri, Dec 2, 2011 at 9:45 AM, Ioannis Vranos <ioannis.vranos at gmail.com> wrote:
> On Fri, Dec 2, 2011 at 5:16 PM, W. Scott Lockwood III
> <vladinator at gmail.com> wrote:
>> Far more importantly (imnsho), get your basic information straight, not just
>> history. CentOS is NOT a hobby distro. It's RHEL minus Red $hat's IP and
>> icons. I'm honestly not sure if you're just a troll or not...
> CentOS is not created by some major company or organisation. They are
> people recompiling Red Hat EL code, on their free time.
> About Scientific Linux (SL):
> At first about its name. It is called Scientific because it is
> produced and used by CERN and Fermi, which are scientific
> organisations, and NOT because SL is only for scientists.
> About the reliability of SL and the speed of published updates.
> Red Hat thoroughly tests its Red Hat EL releases, and the updates it provides.
> CERN and Fermi, have a group of people who are paid (it is their job)
> to thoroughly re-test the Red Hat EL code, and its updates, in the
> form of SL. So, they test its reliability again, on their own. And
> since SL is used in CERN and Fermi, they provide the SL releases and
> its updates as soon as possible.
> These do not occur in the case of CentOS. Yes, CentOS is probably the
> most used Red Hat EL-derived distro, but I consider Scientific Linux
> as the best one.
> Have a look at both, and decide for yourself. :-)
> Since Red Hat EL, CentOS, and SL are off topic here, if you want more
> discussion on them, feel free to email me off the list.
> Ioannis Vranos
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