Hi,

My experience with IPA over the last year is, I wouldn't use this in a 
production environment without full vendor support.

So I have to say RHEL6.4 64bit, yes it will cost but frankly its minor compared 
to lost downtime and credibility.



regards

Steven Jones

Technical Specialist - Linux RHCE

Victoria University, Wellington, NZ

0064 4 463 6272

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Sent: Monday, 21 January 2013 4:11 p.m.
To: Brian Topping
Cc: freeipa-users
Subject: Re: [Freeipa-users] Best OS to use with FreeIPA?

On 19 January 2013 05:25, Brian Topping 
<topp...@codehaus.org<mailto:topp...@codehaus.org>> wrote:
Hi Peter and Dimitri,

Thanks for your responses.  I think I am going to bite the bullet and put F18 
into production.  One of the elements that made that easier was recognizing 
that RHEL 7 was going to be based on Fedora of some sort, and a stripped-down 
Fedora with SELinux will be plenty secure while I wait for that convergence.

It seems that Fedora 18 will be the template for RedHat 7 so it's almost like 
getting it early.


Cheers!  Brian

On Jan 17, 2013, at 6:19 PM, Dmitri Pal 
<d...@redhat.com<mailto:d...@redhat.com>> wrote:

> On 01/17/2013 05:45 PM, Brian Topping wrote:
>> Apologies if this has been covered elsewhere, I looked through a few months 
>> of archives and the documentation and didn't find anything.
>>
>> What's the best OS to build a production FreeIPA instance on?  It seems like 
>> Fedora has more recent versions in their repositories (CentOS is still at 
>> 2.2.0), but I'd prefer to run CentOS as a general rule.
>>
>> Any quick rules of thumb that I can work from?
>>
>> thanks!  Brian
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> It depends on what level of support you expect and what functionality
> you are looking for.
> The first distro that gets the bits is Fedora then RHEL, then CentOS
> with gap of several months each.
> It is up to you to choose what is best for you and what risks you are
> willing to take in your production environment.
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