[ClusterLabs] Installing on SLES 12 -- Where's the Repos?

Eric Robinson eric.robinson at psmnv.com
Fri Jun 16 11:09:32 EDT 2017

> Generally speaking, you pay for two things; Support and/or access to specific
> servers. You don't pay for the software, that's free. So in this case, you get 60
> days access to the update servers that SUSE maintains.
> The value in this is that, when security or bug fix updates come out, you get
> the updates tested and supported against SUSE. This removes a lot of risk
> and makes your life easier. So when the trial (or your
> subscription) expires, the software keeps working just fine, but from then
> on, you have to find, test and install updates on your own.
> It is the same model for Red Hat, LINBIT and other open source companies. It
> is how companies are able to give their work away for free and still stay in
> business. :)

That's what I wanted to hear. Thanks for the clarification.


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