Il 02/08/20 19:22, Valeri Galtsev ha scritto: > > > On 8/2/20 12:09 PM, Alessandro Baggi wrote: >> >> Il 02/08/20 18:54, Stephen John Smoogen ha scritto: >>> On a side note, you keep emphasizing you aren't expecting an SLA.. but >>> all your questions are what someone asks to have in a defined SLA. I >>> have done the same thing in the past when things have gone badly, but >>> couching it in 'I am not asking' just makes the people being asked >>> grumpy. Better to be open and say 'Look I would like to know what my >>> expectations should be for CentOS' and be done with it. >> >> Sorry, but you are wrong about this. >> >> If I want SLA and QA I will use RHEL. >> >> Now permit me to say one thing: the update on my machines, failed in >> a so bad way that my first thought was "WTF? they tested this fix?" >> and I'm not the only one that >> > > And this complaint has to fall onto RedHat. Slightly underestimating > the job CentOS team is doing, one could say: CentOS in just a binary > replica of RedHat Enterprise. > Hi Valeri, Yes you are right. > And again, we use distributions for what benefit they give us, and any > trouble we may encounter, we have just ourselves to blame for the > choice we had made. And I here am not restricting the choices we could > have made to variety of Linux flavors, but include in general anything > one could use: a bunch of BSD descendants, MacOS (which server > administration wise I excluded from chain BSD --> Darwin --> MacOS 10, > or rather ignore that to be a chain), MS Windows (no, I am not asking > for shots at me, I for one use FreeBSD for servers, not MS Windows), etc. > > I use CentOS on workstation (except for my own_ and numbercrunchers. > And once again, thanks a lot to the whole CentOS team for the great > job, you, guys are doing! > > Just my abstract view of this. > > Valeri the previous message was sent incomplete. I appreciate very much the great job done by the CentOS team with so low resource.