*Personally*, I would say no. I would certainly be starting to use it in the lab and non-critical roles, but I will be waiting until ~7.2 before I consider using it in production. This is mainly based on the sheer amount of change that happened in EL7. It's going to take time for bugs to get squashed and for users to get used to the changes. Digimer On 29/09/14 09:56 AM, Dan Hyatt wrote: > I am looking for opinions and personal experience on CentOS7 for both > grid and virtualized web environments. > I am currently on CentOS6.5 in a production environment. > > I am about to add about 50 more servers to my grid and am trying to > identify the advantages and disadvantages of going to CentOS7. > The good part is, that I have some tolerance for backing out and > installing CentOS6.5 if 7 does not work out. > > I read the comments about what CentOS7 brings but want to make sure that > I am not introducing undue risk. Not seen a lot of issues with it. > > I also have a small private cloud (VMWare esxi) and wanted to know if > anyone was using CentOS7 there. > > The basic question: Should I be holding off a little longer on going to > CentOS7 in production? > > Thanks > > Dan > > _______________________________________________ > CentOS mailing list > CentOS at centos.org > http://lists.centos.org/mailman/listinfo/centos -- Digimer Papers and Projects: https://alteeve.ca/w/ What if the cure for cancer is trapped in the mind of a person without access to education?