Hi Remo:

True - but Amazon says they will provide five years of support with their version of Linux.

Also, I'm assuming then that people on the list have had experience running mailservers at AWS.  Any suggestions? Should we be concerned that AWS will shut us down if there's some accidental spam emanating from the server.


On 6/7/2019 8:42 PM, r...@mattei.org wrote:
Why not CentOS since it’s in the market place in aws?

Il giorno 7 giu 2019, alle ore 16:39, Chris <boh...@gmail.com <mailto:boh...@gmail.com>> ha scritto:

In theory... Amazon Linux 2 is based off CentOS 7, so at worst there might be some minor tweaks or packages you have to source manually.

That said, I haven't tried it.

On Sat, Jun 8, 2019 at 11:22 AM Jeff Koch <jeffk...@intersessions.com <mailto:jeffk...@intersessions.com>> wrote:

    Has anyone tried running QMT7 on Amazon AWS? We have a new
    instance with Linux kernel 4.14, x86_64, systemd 219, GCC 7.3,
    Glibc 2.26, Binutils 2.29.1,. I'm wondering whether we can just
    load the rpms and qmail will run.


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