[TriLUG] my red hat subscription expiring
turnpike420 at yahoo.com
Mon Nov 15 09:58:17 EST 2004
someone at RH may have to expand on this, but I've heard of satellite "onsite"
RHN servers... meaning, you have one of your own, however, I'm also thinking 8
production RHEL boxes isn't enough to justify a satellite... just thoughts to
--- Ryan Leathers <Ryan.Leathers at globalknowledge.com> wrote:
> I have 8 RHEL servers (on a private network) with subscriptions to RHN about
> to expire. I like RHN for my public facing hosts, but I never used it for
> my private hosts since they don't have Internet access. I am about to renew
> my subscription for RHN but I'm wondering if there is a smarter way to
> handle this and stop paying for subscriptions for the private hosts. Mind
> you, spending some $ is not my issue, I just want real value for the $
> spent. My pain is that these private hosts lag behind in patches since I
> have to do everything by hand. Can anyone suggest a better way to handle
> updates for my RHEL hosts on a private network?
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