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Can you run IDM v4.6x in a mixed environment of SuSE and Redhat?

Currently running IDM v4.6x in an all SuSE environment and am wondering in I can slowly interject RedHat into the environment and then slowly remove all the SuSE servers?

If so, is there any documentation on this?  Gotchas?

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Re: Can you run IDM v4.6x in a mixed environment of SuSE and Redhat?

As long as the is is supported you can mix and match.
I frequently use windows and linux servers mixed.
Redhat and suse mixed is fine.
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Re: Can you run IDM v4.6x in a mixed environment of SuSE and Redhat?

The various components are using the OS to be able to run. The processes you install run on these components and are operating system unaware. So you can mix and match to your liking, keep your OS up to the level that is supported, but the 4.6 release is not longer in support or will be soon out of support so you better upgrade this one first.

Michiel Los

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Re: Can you run IDM v4.6x in a mixed environment of SuSE and Redhat?

eDirectory is cross-platform  solution and you can mix eDirectory/IDM run on different platforms without any issue.

In specific period of time we had eDir/IDM instances of the same tree that run on Sun Solaris, RedHat, SuSE and Windows.

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