[CentOS] Keeping iptables in sync across multiple machines

Curt Mills hacker at fluke.com
Mon Nov 2 18:09:56 UTC 2009


On Mon, 2 Nov 2009, Bowie Bailey wrote:

> mark wrote:
>> *I* would *never* put something that was under 1.0 (actually, 1.0.1) into
>> production.
>
> Keep in mind that version numbers are often fairly arbitrary (esp. on
> open source projects).

True.  Anyone remember this one?  0.99pl92

That's a linux kernel from the time when Linus just would _not_ bump
it up to v1.0 and move on.  He stayed with 0.99 versions for a
lonnnnnnng time.

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