will it be "official supported" to update from one Fedora-Core to the next major Fedora-Core Version while the machine is doing it's normal (server) work? Like a "rpm -F *" on a RHL8 machine in a directory with a rpms of RHL9. (Does this really work? I never tried, but was told it would.)
Okay, one reboot (needed to run the new kernel) will be needed and is IMHO okay, but a downtime of 30 min or 1h and waiting in the surroundings of the machine to change the CDs is sometimes very disturbing.
Especially if I'm forced to update at least once a year if security updates will only be provided for the current and the last Fedora-Core Version (Yes, I know, I can buy Red Hat Enterprise Linux if I really need longer support, but that is not always an option for small/medium sized home servers or firms).
CU Thorsten Leemhuis