Which redhat subcription.

Anton Hofmann doomrunner.lists at gmail.com
Tue Oct 13 08:04:32 EDT 2009


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Hi,

do you realy need QUAD-CPU Sockets because the difference between prices from RHEL to RHEL AS is not
small. in my opinion, from the price an the performance stand, a two socket octacore-machine with
RHEL would be the better choice.

T-One


lonetwin schrieb:
> 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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