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IT_Architect

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My current vote as much as I dislike saying it is for Debian 10. Unless you need Cloud linux then Alma is best.
Your choice surprises me. Considering the hole left in the market by the loss of CentOS, and what I've read about AlmaLinux, it sounds like AlmaLinux is maintained with security patches long term like CentOS was, plus maintenance in that regard is also superior. I would think it would be the heir apparent for CentOS in shared web hosting everywhere.
and Plesk
Thank you for the list for this list. I will look at these. I was looking at HTTP/2, htaccess, and Let's Encrypt, and it appears they are all available in Windows these days
 

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Your choice surprises me.
Well I have used them all. There are things I dont like about both RH varieties and Debian varieties. Mostly its systemd. Which both have. RH is a full reinstall to upgrade Debian is not. The also seem closer to non corporate. Like when you had pf, pkg and no systemd... Where do you go..

I would think it would be the heir apparent for CentOS in shared web hosting everywhere.
The new Heir needs to prove himself.. Neither is a bad choice. With RH varieties systemd is never going away.
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Thanks again. The more I think about it, the more I believe this is the juncture where I should try standing on Windows to test how it handles the loads.
 
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