Originally Posted by John VV
that depends on just HOW the ancient RHEL4 was installed
PS. RHEL4 is now on an extra EXTENDED life support from RHEL
as in you have to pay them boatloads of cash for the extra life support
otherwise RHEL 4.9 would have been "put to ground" last year
so seeing as you HAVE to have the required EXTENDED support contract with Red Hat
have you asked your all ready paid for tech support
This is all true but I am still running a few hundred boxes on AS 4, I usually don't contact red hat support unless its something like a bug or a bigger problem but thats just me. Your post is a bit intimidating tho, I just wanted to let the OP know that it is OK to still run 4 as of right now. You should start making plans to do an OS refresh in the future but you're ok for now.