Release or Stable 10.3 ?
shahzaib.cb at gmail.com
Mon Jun 6 08:20:32 UTC 2016
Thanks a lot guys for clear answer as 'stable' word is really confusing
when it comes to choose between 'release' and 'stable' :) . Can we go with
its minimal installation version e.g bootonly iso with 200+MB size ? Should
that good to go instead of download full 2GB iso ?
On Mon, Jun 6, 2016 at 1:17 PM, Admin <admin at allunix.ru> wrote:
> RELEASE - is a release of FreeBSD, which you can upgrade with patchsets,
> staying inside the 10.3 environment. STABLE branches are a development edge
> of major branches, stating that the API is left unchanged and is compatible
> with minor versions inside a major branch, while CURRENT branch may already
> be very different.
> So, I'd say not CURRENT nor STABLE branches are intended for production
> use, yet they could be used like this ofcourse. You should install
> X.Y-RELEASE and then freebsd-update it to latest patchset, in the end
> getting X.Y-RELEASE-pZ system, which is the most production-intended
> 06.06.2016 14:02, shahzaib mushtaq пишет:
>> We need to install Freebsd-10.3 on production environment, should we go
>> with 'Release' or 'Stable' version ?
>> Thanks in Advance !!
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