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Re: Using testing (sarge) in production.

Hi Fred,

The first bit I can't say much about.. it's woody all the way here, but
planning is made on bringen sarge in our env., but that's a long way from

About the security updates. No, there is a security administration within
Debian, but I read that they only work on the current stable version. When
there is a update, the maintainer wil issue the new release, and not the
security team, but they work together.. in any case.



> Hi all,
> I read Teun Vink's posting about his Apache problems with unstable. I am
> currently using a mixture of stable and testing in production systems,
> depending on which versions of the applications I require. What are your
> experiences with testing in production environments? I have not had any
> problems but I would like to know others' experience. Most of our
> production systems are web/database systems.
> Also, do packages in testing get updated as security vulnerabilies occur?
> or only when the maintainers wish to upload a newer version?
> Regards, Fred.
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