Andrew Holway wrote: > I just realised that I haven't touched a centos/redhat machine in more > than a couple of years. Everything I do now is Kubernetes based or using > cloud services (or k8s cloud services). > > What about it listeroons? Is your fleet of centos boxes ever expanding or > are you just taking care of a single java 6 jboss application that takes > care of the companies widget stocks? > > How are your jobs changing? Nope. Well... actually, my manager's talking about Ubuntu or maybe even FreeBSD. He's *extremely* upset with RH being so slow - 8 should have been out for some time, for one, and a lot of 7, even with SCL, is far behind, and our researchers want newer software. But most of our Office's work is done in-house. Lots of CentOS and RH, lesser amounts, AFAIK, of ubuntu. Cloud? Why would I want to go back to time-sharing on a mainframe?* mark * Go ahead, explain the difference to me, and if you start to write "but it's many servers", then you don't understand timesharing on a mainframe.