RedHat vs Debian : Administrative Point of View

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Avishek Kumar

I am a major in computer science, love to research nix. I love to write codes and scripts, review distros, experiment Foss Technologies, write technical articles, Hack, of course Ethically. I am working as System Administrator (nix) for a NGO.

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91 Responses

  1. AA says:

    Debian is certainly my linux flavor of choice, I’ve been an admin since 1998 and started with slackware, then redhat when it was free.. but once I got introduced to Debian I never went back.. I have ONE server in our arsenal of systems running fedora but that was only because the raid controller in our 12tb array required it to work properly.. I could have set it up under debian but I wouldn’t have had the tools to manage it via console .. that’s changed now, but I don’t care to rebuild it any time soon.. it’s a backup server and that’s it’s only task so the underlying OS doesn’t really matter much to me so long as it’s performing :)

  2. Lonnie says:

    Debian is certainly my linux flavor of choice, I’ve been an admin since 1998 and started with slackware, then redhat when it was free.. but once I got introduced to Debian I never went back.. I have ONE server in our arsenal of systems running fedora but that was only because the raid controller in our 12tb array required it to work properly.. I could have set it up under debian but I wouldn’t have had the tools to manage it via console .. that’s changed now, but I don’t care to rebuild it any time soon.. it’s a backup server and that’s it’s only task so the underlying OS doesn’t really matter much to me so long as it’s performing :)

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