On 04/11/2012 07:21 PM, Greg Freemyer wrote:
On Wed, Apr 11, 2012 at 12:26 PM, Per
Peter Czanik wrote:
I was there this year as syslog-ng guy, and it
was really great. It's
focused on system administrators as its name also says, and it is an
area where openSUSE needs some marketing (at least I don't know many
people running openSUSE on servers).
We run only openSUSE on all of our servers,
internal and external.
I run it on 4 servers here and about a dozen processing
really servers, they dual boot to windows based on the work that needs
to be done.).
Yes, I'm aware, that there are some people running openSUSE on
I'm one of them :) On the other hand, most people I know are using SLES,
CentOS or Debian when it comes to servers, even if using openSUSE on the
desktop. So we definitely need to break out from the "desktop OS" stamp.
A presentation at Loadays by someone doing it at a larger scale than I
(a stand alone home and university server) could help in this. And of
course anywhere else, as the next Loadays is still far and away.
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