On 11/04/2014 05:21 PM, Alexander Bokovoy wrote:
The relationship between 389 and Red Hat Directory Server (RHDS) is
roughly the same as the difference between Fedora and Red Hat. 389 is
the upstream - it moves fast, goes through versions very quickly, and
contains a lot of "bleeding edge" code. RHDS is the downstream - the
rate of changes is slower, versions change slowly, and contains very
stable code. Periodically, RHDS will rebase to some version of 389.
For example, RHEL 6.4 rebased on 389 18.104.22.168. From that point on (RHEL
6.5, RHEL 6.6) we only backport key features and bug fixes, preferably
after they have been well tested and QA'd. RHEL 7.1 will rebase RHDS to
some version of 1.3.x branch from 389.
On Tue, 04 Nov 2014, Roman Naumenko wrote:
You definitely can set up separate instances of 389-ds. Preferably
this should be done on separate hosts than IPA masters because
otherwise you'll have a number of practical issues with different
instances binding to the same LDAP/LDAPS ports and so on.
Is 389-ds equivalent of RedHat Directory Server
Red Hat Directory Server is what is known as 389 Directory Server
(389-ds) upstream project. Essentially, it is the same code. If you have
specific questions about support of Red Hat Directory Server, I'd
suggest you to ask them Red Hat sales/support people (of which I'm
neither one). ;)
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