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Old 17th April 2009, 18:07
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Question Recommended Setup OS + ISPConfig 2 or 3

Hi,

What would you recommend for a production server OS + ISPConfig ?

I am currently setting up Ubuntu 8.04

According to http://www.ispconfig.org/docs/INSTALL_CENTOS_5.2.txt

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WARNING: Support for CentOS is experimental only. For production systems better use Debian or Ubuntu.
How about the ISP config.
Is ISPConfig 3 considered stable enough for production ?

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Hi,

What would you recommend for a production server OS + ISPConfig ?
I'd always use Debian for servers.

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How about the ISP config.
Is ISPConfig 3 considered stable enough for production ?
Yes, since 3.0.1 ISPConfig 3 is stable.
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Thanks for the reply.
3 looked pretty new to me so I installed ver 2
Fortunately it's on a virutalbox image for now untill I buy a server.
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