[CentOS] Centos versions in the future?

Wed Jul 7 13:11:15 UTC 2021
Valeri Galtsev <galtsev at kicp.uchicago.edu>

> On Jul 7, 2021, at 5:07 AM, Nikolaos Milas <nmilas at noa.gr> wrote:
> On 7/7/2021 12:47 μ.μ., J Martin Rushton via CentOS wrote:
>> There's also Alma, which is where I've gone after being with CentOS since 5.3 
> AlmaLinux is a great project too, IMHO, but things show that the new industry standard (replacing CentOS) will probably be Rocky Linux.

In our stables it is Debian that replaces CentOS. (And it is closer to FreeBSD in several aspects, the last is what the servers run).


> (Yes, RHEL **AND** CentOS have indeed been industry standards - the point of reference -, IMHO, and this is what IBM/RHEL have failed to realize: You don't alter a point of reference.)
> It is interesting to see what Service Providers will do with their (huge numbers of) CentOS installations, when they migrate...
> From the users/admins' perspective it is to their interest to have robust and healthy alternatives.
> In our org, I am now using Rocky Linux on new installations (without issues) and will be migrating several CentOS 8 boxes to Rocky Linux as well.
> Cheers,
> Nick
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