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Old 05-30-2008, 08:31 AM   #1
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UltraMonkey on CentOS


I am currently testing the load balancing capabilities of UltraMonkey 3 on a CentOS 3.9 system. Their site says that UltraMonkey 3 is their newest version, but UltraMonkey 3 is only compatible up to Red Hat Enterprise Linux 3.0. Is this correct or is there another version of UltraMonkey that is compatible with say CentOS 5? or could CentOS 5 be configured to work with UltraMonkey 3?
 
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You could rebuild those .src.rpm's (as unprivileged user)?
 
  


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