kirk at fpcc.net
Wed Sep 24 13:55:21 MDT 2003
On Wed, Sep 24, 2003 at 01:52:37PM -0400, Joseph McDonald wrote:
> So going forward only RHEL is suitable for production systems? You can't
> expect to run RHL in production unless you pay (a bunch) for a license? I
> think you can kiss RHL's dominant position goodbye. Let's say I want to
> roll out a RHL webserver farm. Does Redhat expect me to pay around a grand
> for a license, then a monthly fee to subscribe to their errata/rhn service?
Red Hat Enterprise Linux ES (which is what you'd probably want on a
webserver) is $349 for the basic edition. This includes a 1 year
subscription to RHN. After that, RHN Enterprise is $96/year.
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