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Planning a server upgrade - CentOS 4


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Nightdude

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For years, I've had my Geeklog based sites on my server, which has Red Hat Fedora core 2.

I am considering a new server, faster CPU dual core (upgrade from Intel 3.0 GHz to Core 2 Duo 2.13 GHz) new hard drives etc..

I am considering Red Hat Fedora core 4, which should cause no problems with my Geeklog based sites, however, I recently have been reading extensively about CentOS 4.

Anyone have any experience or feedback about this operating system??
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Benta

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I am considering Red Hat Fedora core 4, which should cause no problems with my Geeklog based sites, however, I recently have been reading extensively about CentOS 4.

Anyone have any experience or feedback about this operating system??



Have it on a machine at work where we needed a new OS with an older glibc (Debian didn't work due to new and prop hardware).
It runs fine. I get the impression it's for being used and compatible with applications developed for red hat, not for messing around.
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samstone

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My Geeklog sites have been running on CentOS4 and never have had any problem.

Sam
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