How CloudLinux Plans to Keep CentOS 6 Alive

How CloudLinux Plans to Keep CentOS 6 Alive



CentOS reaches end of life this coming November of 2020, and some organizations have yet to migrate to a newer, longer supported version. CloudLinux has decided to make a service available that intends to keep CentOS 6 alive for a long period of time, until 2024! If your organization is having difficulty migrating, this may be an option worth looking into.

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3 thoughts on “How CloudLinux Plans to Keep CentOS 6 Alive

  1. One valid reason to stay on CentOS 6 is when you dislike systemd. So I am quite happy CloudLinux will keep CentOS 6 alive as that version of CentOS is the one I like the most!

  2. Thank you, Jay. Interesting. In Canada many government systems are still employing the Masters of COBOL.

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