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Re: [suse-security] SUSE 9.0 Pro Production Quality?
I guess I can jump in on this. I run 4 machines in my room, and I also am the
admin for my Mom's machine. A lot of you can say what you want for that, but
I've had no break ins, and very good uptime. On a SUSE 8.2 Professional
machine I had 66 days uptime until I needed to reboot for a Kernel update. I
run FTP servers on two Linux boxes, one was SUSE 8.2 and the other is 9.1,
and it takes a lot from me. I can generate 3 GBs of traffic over just two
boxes in one day backing up MP#s and movies I have on my machines. Just in
MP3s, I have like 20 GBS of them, and I sent those across pureFTPd on SUSE
9.1 in one night including 30 GBs of movies.
I also put them into my DMZ so I can access them from school, and I've yet to
have a break in, or a problem. Other boxes on this LAN:
2 Windows 2000 Professional machines, 3 XP home Edition, because I refuse to
pay an extra hundred dollars for 3 networking tools I can download, 2 Free
BSD machines, 3 Slackware machine, SUSE 8.1 8.2 and 9.1 Professional,
and...Hmm that's about it unless I get bored and put DOS on something.
I've had a computer for 4 years now and I can use allof those. I used to have
a BeOS machine too but it's gone.
On Thursday 09 September 2004 11:07, Bjorn Tore Sund wrote:
> On Thu, 9 Sep 2004, Eric Kahklen wrote:
> > I had a discussion with my local LUG and a member had some interesting
> > threads to share. Basically it showed that SUSE 9.0 is not really a
> > production level version. For production level use, it is recommended
> > to go with the Enterprise version of SUSE. Has other people got this
> > impression? My concern is that my company can't afford to purchase any
> > more software at this time so would I be better off looking at something
> > like Debian? I know this is kind of off topic, but basically I am
> > curious if 9.0 Pro is secure and stable enough for my organization needs.
> If you need reliable and timely support and long lifecycle you need an
> enterprise edition. If you're prepared to upgrade every 18 months or
> so and don't need the extra support, you can manage with a normal
> On this there is no difference of any significance between the major
> distros, except of course that Debian has no enterprise edition.
> I've got SuSE 9.0 production servers. They don't give me problems. Nor
> do my 8.2 and 9.1 servers. I felt constricted and limited in my freedom
> to work by SLES 8 when I ran systems with that, but this is a matter of
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