Decided to upgrade to 7.x.
It’s been a good ride 6.x, but you’re living in the past.
Everything is backed up, just waiting on my new 4TB HD to arrive for a fresh install.
See ya’ll on the other side!!
I just built a brand new CentOS 7 machine for a friend this weekend. I
did a net install. All went well once I figured my way through the installer. It took me a while to find the button that I need to click to turn on the network connection.
^ ^ Mark LaPierre Registered Linux user No #267004
Actually, I’ve been running a CentOS 7 vm for a couple months now on a 6.8 system with no problems. Just been scared to do a fresh install because it can’t be upgraded from 6.8.
I’m saving the old HD just in case I need to revert back.
This will be the first time in 20 yrs that I’ll try ‘custom’ partitioning. I’ve always gone the default route. I want to setup extra space/partition for backups until I can build a stand alone NAS.
I hope all my config files in 6.8 work in 7.3.
If you are running httpd, you are likely going to need to modify the config files.
This page will help:
But there are many other apache 2.2 to 2.4 upgrading help sites available.
partitioning. I’ve config Thanks for the heads up and link.
I don’t really do anything special with apache except for my test website that use a .htaccess file to rewrite for seo urls.
I am more concerned with mail and dns. Fail2ban wasn’t an easy setup getting rules to work. Then there’s iptables and ipset.
Hope I can hit the ground running.