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Re: Fedora 7 Upgrade



On Thu, 2007-06-07 at 11:53 -0400, Jesse Keating wrote:
> On Thursday 07 June 2007 11:49:57 Mike McGrath wrote:
> > I agree, I had no plans on upgrading any of our RHEL boxes (except for
> > cvs and db1 but will stay in the RHEL upgrade path).  For those of you
> > that are new on the list we've had a lot of discussions about this in
> > the past.  Our team, for the most part, agrees that its about picking
> > the right tool for the job.  For boxes that don't need brand new
> > technologies (like cvs) its nice to be able to set them up and forget
> > about them.  But for some boxes that do need the latest and greatest
> > (like our builders) we've always had and kept them on Fedora.
> 
> With RHEL5 out, I question the need for Fedora on the builders.  In fact, 
> before the merge, all the internal Core builders were running RHEL4.  Can we 
> not use RHEL5 on the builders now?
> 
Will we want to pull in new features for the builders?  Something like a
change in rpm is needed for a new version of mock.  We want that change
and so we need to upgrade?

I just want to avoid flip-flopping between RHEL and Fedora.

-Toshio

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