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Re: RedHat vs Debian?

  I do know and understand.  I converted from RedHat to Debian about a year ago.
I need "facts and numbers" to give management for a comparison, not me just
going in and saying "it's alot more stable and better".  They just don't buy 

Thus spake Eduard Bloch (edi@gmx.de):

> #include <hallo.h>
> Robert L. Harris wrote on Thu Aug 30, 2001 um 09:33:21AM:
> >   I'm looking for a study/comparison of RedHat vs Debian.  We have a number
> > of boxes, some production, which run everything from RedHat 6.0 and newer.
> > I'd like to look at converting to Debian stable but need to justify my case
> If you don't exactly know, what Debian is, what the goals and the
> advantages are, why are going to convert _production_ system to another
> distribution? Don't misunderstand me, in my opinion Debian is great and
> it is the best distribution for production systems, but every system is
> as good as its administrator. If you know only how to administrate
> RedHat and did not try Debian (on a testing system) before, don't change
> anything on production systems, otherwise you will probably end up in a
> desaster.
> Gruss/Regards,
> Eduard.
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