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Re: Convert CentOS 5.6 to RHEL 5.6

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2011/8/24 Georgios Magklaras <georgios@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>

> On 08/24/2011 02:01 PM, ESGLinux wrote:
>
>> Hi All,
>>
>> I suposse that there is not an easy way to do this.
>>
>> I´going to reinstall (I hope all applications works fine after that...)
>>
> Hope is not a good thing in system administration :-) .


je je. you are right, but sometimes.... I even pray... ;-)


> A plan works better. In your CentOS environment (or elsewhere), build a kvm
> instance of a RHEL5 install and test your applications before you
> re-install. That way you will avoid nasty surprises with any library
> dependencies that might break your applications. CentOS is essentially RHEL,
> is built from the RHEL sources, but things might differ. Do spend the time
> to test.
>

I´ll do it.

Thanks for your advice

ESG


> Best regards,
> GM
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