[CentOS] Issues with CentOS in enterprise

Tue Dec 14 14:22:23 UTC 2010
Kevin Thorpe <kevin at pibenchmark.com>

On 13/12/2010 19:03, Eero Volotinen wrote:
> 2010/12/13 Gé Weijers<ge at weijers.org>:
>> On Mon, 13 Dec 2010, Nico Kadel-Garcia wrote:
>>> RHEL is much better about that, although by now  the "production" RHEL
>>> 5 is 4 years out of date, the "leading edge" RHEL 6 is now one year
>>> out of date after the lengthy release testing, and CentOS will always
>>> lag that.
>> I believe "out of date" is the wrong wording. RHEL/CentOS 5 is maintained,
>> i.e. security issues and bugs are fixed. There's nothing "out of date"
>> about a tool that works and is cost-effective. RHEL 6 still has to prove
>> itself.
> RHEL provides 10 year support cycle, I hope Centos can do same :)
Not a problem. CentOS dies then you just change the repositories in yum 
and force update.
RedHat have knowingly provided support for 'adopted' servers in the past 
for us.