Thanks Thierry. Does 389 1.3 have an end of life date?
We are a large school district and aren't yet running Redhat 8 and may not for a bit—another team makes that call.
> On Nov 10, 2021, at 4:45 AM, Thierry Bordaz <email@example.com> wrote:
> Hi Morgan,
> 389 1.3 and 1.4 are both advisable in production. You may hit some dependencies difficulties building 1.4 on centos7, as 1.3 was released on centos7 and 1.4 on centos8.
> I would suggest that you upgrade to centos8 as 1.4 contains more features and improvements but if you target centos7 then 1.3 is the version to go.
> my 2cts
> On 11/10/21 4:18 AM, Morgan Jones wrote:
>> Is it advisable to run 389 1.3 in production?
>> If not is there a suggested way to install 1.4 in CentOS 7? On first blush to install 389 from source it's looking like I'm going to need to install libicu from source, the version that ships is an older version:
>>> checking for ICU... no
>>> configure: error: Package requirements (icu-i18n >= 60.2) were not met:
>>> Requested 'icu-i18n >= 60.2' but version of icu-i18n is 50.2
>> thank you,
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