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comment invalid SSL_version specified at /usr/share/perl5/IO/Socket/SSL.pm line 332
Haven't seen the issue myself for ages and the ubuntu package has been fixed in the mean while. First attempt into fixing this issue should be to patch the system / use most current versions of the software. The alternative solution is interesting from an other point of view though, thnx.
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comment What is the IPv6 equivalent for 127.0.0.0/8
@thrig: Good point, I'll try that one.
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comment What makes a Linux Distribution “Enterprise”?
@Erathiel I believe CentOS is largely similar to RHEL, it is even managed by Red Hat. So probably apart from proprietary management tooling in RHEL there is probably little difference. Another example: Oracle Linux used to be an exact copy of RHEL and still largely identical including the identifiers in /etc/issue and probably /etc/os-release (didn't check the latter one). Red Hat is not amused by the fact that Oracle is copying their efforts and selling premium support to former RH customers. So no, there is very little to nothing 'extra' special about enterprise readiness.
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comment What makes a Linux Distribution “Enterprise”?
@Erathiel In my opinion CentOS is not an enterprise-grade distribution. I certainly won't approve it in my employer's datacenters, not while I'm in charge of UNIX/Linux landscape. There is no commercial support, there is no way to prove to customers that I did everything in my power to prevent unscheduled unavailability.