SUMMARY: Upgrade to Solaris 10??
william.m.dowling at nuim.ie
Thu Jun 9 10:45:03 EDT 2005
Thanks to everyone that replied. I've decided not to upgrade
after all. Since everything is running fine and there is no
need of any new software which needs Solaris 10 then I won't
take the chance of upgrading. It wouldn't be wise due to
time and money! I will leave it to an admin who'll takeover
from me after my contract is up. They can have the pleasure
of doing it :-)
Here are some of the replies I got :
I wouldn't rush an update, you are quite ok, but think that
Solaris 10 have quite a few improvements at resource
management, so in the future, you might need it. But I would
plan it carefully and without rushing it."
"Never change a winning team ;-)
-If you do not need any of the new features like zoning,
with Sol9 (keep patching the systems ;-). Start rolling out
new machines. That's my tip!"
if it ain't broke, don't fix it!
there are numerous paradigm/motiff changes with solaris 10.
it would be
a good idea to configure a test box in preparation for any
the future. at a certain point, someone will think, "what's
about Solaris 10?"; "we should try this!"; "we must have
needed program will require it."
"No! And wait until Solaris 10 will be supported by your
then upgrade. But this won't stop you playing with Solaris
10 on cheap AMD,
or even worst - Intel hardware."
> Hey folks,
> I just got a delivery of Solaris 10 plus new editions of
> random Edusoft
> software. My question is, is there any reason why I should
> from Solaris 9 to Solaris 10??
> I'm running a small network consisting of a V880 plus
> several Blade 2500's and everything is going smoothly. We
> run Geographical and statistical software. Anybody have
> any strong reasons for me to upgrade?
> Will Dowling
> System Administrator, National Centre for Geocomputation,
> National University of Ireland, Maynooth,
> County Kildare, IRELAND
> Phone: +353 1 708 6191
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Phone: +353 1 708 6191
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