[CentOS] Red Hat commercial support for CentOS/Fedora

Sat Dec 12 12:28:50 UTC 2009
Robert Heller <heller at deepsoft.com>

At Fri, 11 Dec 2009 23:10:02 -0800 CentOS mailing list <centos at centos.org> wrote:

> Someone told me that if you have a CentOS or Fedora server, you can pay a
> Red Hat yearly fee and get them to support it (because the environments are
> so similar).
> Can anyone here substantiate this claim?

If you A) need commercial support and B) need an 'enterprise' O/S, then
you can pay RedHat for RHEL, which includes support.  RedHat won't
provide commercial support for either CentOS or Fedora Core.
CentOS and RHEL are pretty much the *same* environment (binary
equivelant -- CentOS has just been de-branded and the few non
open-source packages removed).  Fedora Core is not that same -- it is
more like a beta-testbed for RHEL/CentOS and is stricky community supported.

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