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On 11/15/2013 08:19 AM, Simo Sorce wrote:
On Fri, 2013-11-15 at 12:04 +0000, "Jóhann B. Guðmundsson"
> Again you cannot achieve this if our end goal is to go provide
> the "best experience" because we cannot tune the installation to
> mix match of roles ( and quite frankly in today's age mixing
> roles is something that sounds more like and old habit ).
> You cannot tune a database server and for example a web server on
> the same host heck you don't even partition these in a filesystem
> level the same and today is that really necessary.
Sorry Jóhann, but this statement made me clear we need to take a
Can you tell me who you target with your vision of a Server OS ?
Because creating a server with database and web server on the same
machine is what I do *regularly*. If you know tell me I can't do
that you are telling me Fedora Server is not for me (and for many
other people that have *one* beefy machine available not a whole
I think we are on completely different tracks here and need to
really create the "personas" you so much didn't want to because it
is clear we are not agreeing on who is the target of this
I think what Jóhann is saying is that we should be promoting the use
of separate VMs/Containers/<pick_your_tech> on the Fedora Server such
that each role is entirely isolated from one another. I don't think
that the physical location is necessarily relevant.
That being said, I think you're right that we should step back and
discuss target audience and deployment goals FIRST and then focus on
I'll start a new thread on that.
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