josh.dvan at yahoo.co.uk
Sun Sep 14 16:04:48 UTC 2008
Bob Hoffman wrote:
> The default setting is every hour. Checking for an update at least once a
> day is not bad as a bug fix can come in at anytime. I would think that is
> very important for the server.
Is CentOS your first introduction to Linux? You may need to cut your teeth
upstream on Fedora (a cutting edge product) as it changes frequently and
has tons of updates. With an Enterprise distro the aim is stability to run
mission critical servers.
With the latest and greatest distro (Fedora), the aim is to roll out tons
of updates and have you test them out.
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