[ovirt-users] Re: Preferred RHEL Based Distro For oVirt

2022-06-21 Thread Clint Boggio
Thank you Gilboa. 
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[ovirt-users] Re: Preferred RHEL Based Distro For oVirt

2022-06-21 Thread Clint Boggio
Thanks a bunch for the input Neal.
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[ovirt-users] Re: Preferred RHEL Based Distro For oVirt

2022-06-21 Thread Gilboa Davara
On Tue, Jun 21, 2022 at 5:12 PM Neal Gompa  wrote:

> On Tue, Jun 21, 2022 at 9:58 AM Clint Boggio 
> wrote:
> >
> > Good Day All;
> >
> > i am inquiring about which RHEL based distros are currently preferred
> and which ones are currently supported. I know the oVirt project is a RH
> entity and so RHEL and CentOS-Stream are the base offering. Would it, or is
> it, feasible for Rocky 8.X, or Alma 8.X to be the base OS for an oVirt
> deployment seeing as though they both RHEL clones ?
> >
> > How confident is the user community in the stability of CentOS-Stream in
> terms of production use as compared to Alma or Rocky ?
>
> I'm pretty happy with my experience with CentOS Stream in production.
> I've been using it for the past couple of years with no issues, and
> getting fixes as they are made in the code makes it a lot easier for
> my systems to be continually improving while remaining stable.
>
> That said, I've also had decent experience with AlmaLinux as a RHEL clone.
>
> From an oVirt-specific perspective, the project is actively developing
> and testing against CentOS Stream, so you're likely to have a pretty
> good experience on it, and if there are issues, the oVirt project and
> the CentOS Virtualization SIG can respond pretty quickly to resolve
> them in the distro itself as needed.
>
>
Same as above.
Using CentOS 8 stream on multiple production (and testing) setup, ranging
from low-end single hosts test setups to large clusters.
Near-zero issues.

- Gilboa


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[ovirt-users] Re: Preferred RHEL Based Distro For oVirt

2022-06-21 Thread Neal Gompa
On Tue, Jun 21, 2022 at 9:58 AM Clint Boggio  wrote:
>
> Good Day All;
>
> i am inquiring about which RHEL based distros are currently preferred and 
> which ones are currently supported. I know the oVirt project is a RH entity 
> and so RHEL and CentOS-Stream are the base offering. Would it, or is it, 
> feasible for Rocky 8.X, or Alma 8.X to be the base OS for an oVirt deployment 
> seeing as though they both RHEL clones ?
>
> How confident is the user community in the stability of CentOS-Stream in 
> terms of production use as compared to Alma or Rocky ?

I'm pretty happy with my experience with CentOS Stream in production.
I've been using it for the past couple of years with no issues, and
getting fixes as they are made in the code makes it a lot easier for
my systems to be continually improving while remaining stable.

That said, I've also had decent experience with AlmaLinux as a RHEL clone.

From an oVirt-specific perspective, the project is actively developing
and testing against CentOS Stream, so you're likely to have a pretty
good experience on it, and if there are issues, the oVirt project and
the CentOS Virtualization SIG can respond pretty quickly to resolve
them in the distro itself as needed.



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