Which redhat subcription.

hike mh1272 at gmail.com
Sun Oct 11 13:32:32 EDT 2009


RHEL for the two cpu servers.
RHEL Advanced for the four cpu servers.

You can purchased the Advanced for all of them.
We have found that we can updated from one to another at the point that we
change the server hardware, so waiting works also and is usually cheaper.

The Advanced should have a higher level of support and more of the "add-ons"
builtin.




On Sat, Oct 10, 2009 at 12:28 AM, lonetwin <lonetwins at gmail.com> wrote:

> Hello Everyone,
>
> We are planning to buy a subscription to RHEL. Seems i have the choice of
> buying RHEL or RHEL Advanced Platform. The major difference that i see
> between the two is Server capacity in CPU processor sockets. RHEL license
> supports upto 2 while the advanced platform subscription supports
> unlimited.
>
> I am unable to fathom the complete difference between the two , and what
> would suit my requirement best. My object of buying the subscription is to
> keep my servers running our webapplication updated. My servers are dual CPU
> servers now, but will go upto quad cpu's in the future. The RAM each server
> will have will be around 8GB. So if anyone can suggest me what subscription
> suits my need the best, that would be great.
>
> cheers,
> lonetwins
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