We're in the middle of a heavy testing cycle. I'm sure I don't have to explain; a build a day, regression tests and patches here and there for specific clients. [img]graemlins/blankface.gif[/img]
Well. I test on SuSE and have been tasked with removing SuSE and install Red Hat WS4 in it's place. This is okay with me but I'd like to know more about what i'm getting into. [img]images/icons/confused.gif[/img]
I will browse the internet for ideas but any comments and/or suggestion you have will be greatly appreciated as well.
Here's the type of stuff I'm wondering:
1. I don't think I need to keep any of the old data on SuSE. Is it best just to blow everything away and start from scratch with Red Hat?
2. Even, if I start from scratch, should I expect problems? I tell ya, I've never had good luck with these types of installs. There's usually and installation process and then a day or day of trying to figure out what went wrong. What are the odds that this is a straight-foward process?