Tom Lane wrote:
> Well, actually, if it's just "what will RH support", I just today got
> launch commit on this...
What I was trying to suggest was that right now, there are situations
where a new deployment on 8.1 is still completely reasonable and
possible to justify in the Enterprise Linux space, whereas I don't know
of any situation where 7.4/8.0 can be similarly defended as a good
idea. That makes supporting 8.1 quite a bit more valuable to the
community than the earlier releases IMHO.
Moving forward, I was hoping that we all get RHEL6 as a deployment
option in the not so distant future for a platform that integrates 8.4
from day one; I didn't think that deploying RHEL5 was going to be the
only choice for too much longer.
Greg Smith 2ndQuadrant Baltimore, MD
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